Strong Winds Smash Sail Boat Into Duluth Lift BridgeThe strong winds caused a sailboat to crash into Duluth's iconic Aerial Lift Bridge last week.
Minneapolis Man Dedicates Home As 1960s Party PalaceLooks are often deceiving, and that's exactly what Scott Weber wants. His home is an apartment complex turned party palace.
House Fails To Override Dayton's Veto On MNLARS FundingMany deputy registrars who had to use their own money to offset costs surrounding the MNLARS system.
After Arson, Youth Campsite To Be Rebuilt As 'Something Better'A youth campsite recently destroyed by arson will be rebuilt in time for next summer's campers.
Investigation Underway After Boy, 12, Shot In North MinneapolisMinneapolis police are searching for a suspect after 12-year-old boy was shot on the city’s north side.
Lawmakers, Dayton Still At Odds As Session Nears EndSunday is the last day lawmakers at the State Capitol can vote on bills this legislative session, and there is still no several big issues.
Talking Points: Dayton's Last StandAfter nearly eight year as governor, this is Mark Dayton's last legislative session.
Vikings' Zimmer Shows Softer Side At Annual Youth CampMike Zimmer held his annual youth camp, which treated kids to a side of the coach not normally seen.
Lynx's Tanisha Wright Juggles Playing With CoachingWhen Tanisha Wright stepped away from the WNBA last year, she'd already amassed one of the best defensive careers in WNBA history.
Gun Control Proponents Gather At Capitol As Season Nears EndMore than a hundred Minnesotans stood on the State Capitol steps Saturday demanding gun law reform.
St. Paul Teen Bowls Over BarriersOf all the sports you would think you would need arms for, bowling would have to be up there.
Al Nuness Works On Building Men At Hopkins HighAl Nuness is more than just a hall monitor at Hopkins High School.