Workers sifting through some donations at a Maplewood used clothing store got quite a surprise.
The comprehensive study found that toddlers with irregular bedtimes nearly doubled their risk of obesity by the time they were 11.
It will take a pipeline of skilled mechanics to stay on track when its aging workforce starts to retire – which is why the Metro Transit Technician Program was created.
When an athlete gets hurt and the diagnosis is ruptured ACL, they know they have a long recovery process ahead of them.
A teacher from Ramsey is being remembered for her strength. Angela Olsen fought a three-year battle with brain cancer. She died last week at just 37 years old.
You can now work with specialists at the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine facilities in Rochester and Minneapolis to get a high-tech analysis of your golf swing.
Juliet Linder’s joyous personality remained intact as she fought a debilitating disease.
A popular new Netflix series has school districts around the country warning parents about teen suicide, including several in the Twin Cities.
As a man in his 90s, Rollie Daniel defied the odds. He regularly played softball, tennis and even volleyball with his retired buddies.
A police chase in Falcon Heights led to a car crash that left one person injured and another dead Sunday evening.
A Twin Cities family is dealing with the loss of a woman admired for her creativity, high energy, and many talents.
An investigation of a “suspicious” RV turned into a fatal officer-involved shooting Sunday night.
Mary Alberg joined the St. Paul Police Department 20 years ago after serving 13 years in the U.S. Marine Corps.
The Watertown-Mayer school district is mourning the loss of a longtime wrestling coach and gym teacher.
When she wasn’t teaching math, she was teaching aerobics at her local YMCA or dancing with the Timberwolves senior dance team.
A recent study by the University of Minnesota focused on adult entertainment venues in Minneapolis found VIP areas to be the most dangerous for entertainers.
Margery Carpenter, who was raised in Minneapolis in the 1920s. was a little girl with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and severe vision problems. But she was resilient.
It’s a tragic accident that’s hard to imagine. A young boy died after catching his hoodie on a coat hanger in a changing room at a thrift store.
For most of her life, Doris lived in St. Paul and Mendota Heights, playing a large role in the Jewish community.
Minneapolis health inspectors say they’ve found a potential hazard inside nearly a dozen adult entertainment businesses.
The Rosemount High School girls’ basketball coach says he is alive today because a fellow teacher was in the right place at the right time.
Dr. Fred Lewis was known for his good bedside manner. He had a special way of making his patients feel at home.
From meth to opioids to prescription pills, authorities in Minnesota seized a record amount of drugs last year.
hen you think of a hospital gown, you probably also think about an exposed back and a bare bottom.
Well before the final two football teams are chosen, the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee is choosing local winners.