Artist Tapped To Created 'Iconic' Work At MSP's Terminal OneAirport officials have revealed the artist picked to make a towering and “iconic” work of art in the state’s largest airport.
100-Year-Old St. Paul School Facing Closure Starts Fundraising CampaignA St. Paul school, started by German immigrants more than 100 years ago, could soon be forced to close.
Amid Rapid Warm-Up, Minnesota Floodwaters On The RiseWhen a flooded boat landing along the Minnesota River scuttled plans to launch an inspection boat, MnDOT bridge crew workers did the next best thing – they lowered it into the water with the help of a crane.
Senate Passes Bill Toughening Release For Sex OffendersLawmakers are moving quickly after a recent court decision to release a sex offender who admitted he molested more than 30 children.
Minn. Fugitive Grandmother Faces Extradition SoonA Minnesota grandmother accused in a two-state murder spree will not fight extradition.
Auto Theft Suspect Arrested After Trying To Steal From Red Bull TruckAuthorities in Minneapolis say officers arrested two people Monday afternoon after they fled police in a stolen car and crashed into a fence post on the city’s south side.
Conflicting Stories In Clash Between Police, Attendees At U's Somali NightTwo groups are telling conflicting stories about what happened at the University of Minnesota at an event meant to honor the Somali culture.
Woman Fined $500 For Bringing Apple Through MSP CustomsA Colorado woman says the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol wants to fine her $500 for a free apple.
Highway 93 Closes In Sibley County Due To FloodingBecause of the late snow in April, flooding along the Mississippi River won't likely occur until May.
Domestic Assault Suspect Arrested After Standoff In RosevilleAuthorities in the north metro say officers arrested a man Sunday night for domestic assault after he hid for hours inside a neighbor's home.
Pawlenty: I’ll Continue My Campaign, With Or Without Party EndorsementThe Minnesota Republican Party will endorse a candidate in June, but the primary isn't until August.
Finding Minnesota: Pipe Maker Keeps Sacred Tradition AliveIn this week's Finding Minnesota, we go to Pipestone County where pipe makers are carving out a piece of history.