Northwoods Community Reeling Over Alayna Ertl's Death"I couldn't sleep Saturday night, just thought about it," said Craig Speldrick, who lives inside the Wilderness Park Private Estates, where 5-year-old Alayna Ertl’s body was found on Saturday.
MOA's Bomb-Sniffing Dogs Work Hard To Keep Shoppers SafeSecurity at the nation's largest mall is a huge job, and Mall of America works around the clock to make sure shoppers stay safe.
GOP: Mayor Hodges Is Blaming Trump Supporter Assault VictimsMinnesota's Republican Party accused Minneapolis' mayor Wednesday of blaming the victims of a protest that turned ugly.
Life Story: Dr. Robert MeisterlingA trusted doctor from Stillwater is being remembered for his expertise in sports medicine, his contributions to the community and his kind spirit.
State Fair Vendors, Employees Add Finishing Touches To FairgroundsWith a matter of hours before the gates open at the Great Minnesota Get-Together, it's a mad rush at the fairgrounds.
35W Bridge Collapse Survivor Faces Terror ChargeA survivor of the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse that killed 13 people and injured 145 is now facing terror charges after authorities say he went to Syria to join the Islamic State group.
Paisley Park To Open For Tours In OctoberPaisley Park, the private estate and studio complex of the late rock superstar Prince, will open for public tours starting Oct. 6.
Zebra Mussels Found In Lake MinnewashtaMinnehaha Creek Watershed District officials say they’re hoping to take action soon after zebra mussels were found last week in Chanhassen’s Lake Minnewashta.
Police: Man Shot In Back Brings Himself To HospitalPolice say a man brought himself to a hospital Wednesday after being shot in the back on the city's north side.
Dental Therapy On The Rise In Minnesota Dental therapy is on the rise across Minnesota as the state's underserved populations seek more affordable care.
Officer In Philando Castile Shooting Back On LeaveThe Minnesota police officer who fatally shot a black man during a traffic stop last month is back on administrative leave.
Indictment: Mexican Restaurants Were Front For Drug ConspiracyFederal prosecutors say a chain of popular Mexican restaurants in the Twin Cities metro was a front for a large drug conspiracy to sell marijuana, cocaine and meth.