Osseo H.S. Student Doesn't Let Hair Loss Disease Define Her She is a high-end gymnast, a cheerleader and a straight-A student -- and she's done it while enduring stares.
Patrick Henry's Geno Glynn Has Baseball In His BloodThe Patriots don't feature big numbers or talent, but they are trying to get it right. So too is their first year head coach, Geno Glynn.
Brain Cancer Survivors Heading To D.C. To Push For Research FundingMay is Brain Cancer Awareness Month, and a group of Minnesotans are Heading to the Hill to advocate with other survivors.
National Drug Take Back Day Aims To Curb Drug Abuse, Especially OpioidsThe DEA is pushing people to get rid of unused opioids by dropping them off on National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, which is Saturday.
Good Question: Why Does Minnesota Have A 'Top Hat'?It's a geographic oddity -- that "top hat" on Minnesota, the little jog into Canada, and Charles from Golden Valley wants to know: Why is it there?
New Vest Helps Improve Lives Of Those With Cystic FibrosisA Minnesota man is helping unveil a new technology to treat a rare disorder that he is living with.
Forest Lake PD Disbandment Would Lay Off 23 Officers, Save $385K A YearOn Monday, a city council in the north metro is expected to take a controversial vote on whether or not to disband their police department.
Minn. Republicans Tout Budget Proposal, But Dayton, Democrats Not ConvincedRepublicans in the House and Senate say they've got a solid budget proposal in place.
Minneapolis Couple Launch Website To Connect Couples Struggling With InfertilityA Minneapolis woman wants to give people struggling with infertility a new forum to communicate with others who understand.
Police Investigating After Man, 19, Found Dead In Bloomington Home Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a Bloomington home late Thursday evening. According to the Bloomington Police Department, just before 10:45 p.m. officers received a call to check on a home on the 6800 block of West Old Shakopee Road.
Minnesota's Long, Proud History With Arbor DayMinnesota was the fourth start celebrating the day way back in 1876. Now, all 50 states celebrate the tree-planting holiday.
4 Things To Know: 'Ellen' Episode Anniversary, Arbor Day & MoreThey include another execution in the state of Arkansas, and an ecological tradition marked via national holiday.