Life Story: Nancy GaleWhen she wasn't teaching math, she was teaching aerobics at her local YMCA or dancing with the Timberwolves senior dance team.
St. Paul Mayor Coleman Gives His Final State Of The City AddressSt. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman gave his final State of the City address Tuesday. He plans to run for governor in 2018.
Target Field Among Leaders In Composting And Recycling; Asking Fans To Pitch InWith the Twins' eco-friendly, food-serving products, they turned tons of trash into fertile soil last year.
Attorney: St. Paul Agrees To Pay $2M To Man Bitten By K-9The attorney for a man who was attacked by a St. Paul police officer and his K9 says the city has agreed to settle.
Rassier Sues Investigators, Stearns County In Wetterling AbductionAfter once being named a person of interest in the abduction of Jacob Wetterling, Dan Rassier is now filing a lawsuit against the county and state.
4 Arrested In Int'l Sex Trafficking Ring With Minn. ConnectionsA major international human trafficking operation with ties to Minnesota has been disrupted.
Bees' Endangered Status Halts Metro Road ConstructionA west metro construction project is delayed because of who may live along the roadway.
'Cuteness Alert': Orphaned Fox Kit Recovering At Wildlife CenterAfter spending nearly all of Tuesday alone on a bike trail, an orphaned fox kit is recovering at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota.
More Than 300 Films, Virtual Reality: What’s In Store For MSPIFF 2017A harbinger of springtime in the Twin Cities is the annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, a massive Midwest cinematic event that spans nearly all of April and brings hundreds of new films and some their acclimated creators to Minnesota.
4 Things To Know: Deadline For Border Wall Designs, Brexit, Crayola & MoreFrom the deadline to propose a design for the proposed U.S. – Mexico border wall to Crayola retiring a crayon color, here is a look at the top four stories from Marcy 29, 2017.
Roommate Helps Save Man From Plymouth House FireA man in Plymouth has his roommate to thank for escaping a house fire late Tuesday night. According to fire officials, the fire began around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday evening on the 14000 block of 31st Avenue North.
Rassier To File Suit Seeking $2M In Damages From Wetterling InvestigatorsA lawsuit seeking more than $2 million in damages by a man publicly named as a person of interest in the Jacob Wetterling case will be filed in federal court Wednesday.