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St. Paul could be the construction capital of the state after construction of the Central Corridor light rail has hit the half-way mark.
Fire engulfed half of a warehouse near a Hinckley casino Sunday evening, firefighters said.
One Eagan family has a Christmas card tradition like no other – and it even got them on AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com.
In the coming days there will be some sharp debate in Washington over extending the payroll tax cut.
A Minneapolis police officer shot and wounded a robbery suspected Monday afternoon after the suspect fled a traffic stop and ran through people’s yards armed with a shotgun, authorities said.
Despite a heroic rescue attempt, the 46-year-old driver who crashed into an icy Twin Cities pond died Sunday.
On any given night in the Twin Cities, there are roughly 1,000 people who don’t have a place to sleep. If all of the homeless shelters are filled to capacity, only 30 percent of the need is met.
The St. Louis Park Police Department will remember one of their own as a devoted family man who loved his job and the community he served.
St. Paul Police are asking the public’s help in finding a 70-year-old woman who’s been reported missing since 5 p.m. Friday.
A Maple Grove student says he’s still in shock after a high school science experiment conducted by his teacher blew up in his face and gave him second-degree burns.
A Hennepin County judge sentenced Monday a man who was convicted of having unprotected sex knowing all the while he was HIV-positive.
The Minnesota Vikings stadium drive at the Capitol may have been thrown for an unexpected loss on Wednesday.
WCCO-TV’s Amelia Santaniello certainly had a whirlwind couple of days in Washington, D.C. That’s right, when the White House invites you for a visit, they sure keep you busy.
When it comes to credit, we all have our limit. And the U.S. government has maxed out its $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. So what happens if the limit isn’t raised? What happens if the United States can’t pay its bills?