Taylor Hayden was caught in the crossfire of rival gangs after flying to Atlanta with a group of her college friends for a weekend getaway.
Losing a family member can be a painful experience. But a family in Rosemount has found reasons to smile as they remember a fascinating man.
The 3,000 delegates attending the national convention are not just teachers, but also specialists in a variety of fields like psychology, nutrition and special education.
Gracie Jones was known for her welcoming smile, but the circumstances that launched her career are far from joyous.
When that gunfire erupted Friday morning, a group of kids playing at a nearby park were forced to take cover.
Maren Zabel was 39 years old when she died last month. She was a wife, a mother, and a very accomplished artist.
Police are on the lookout for thieves who have broken into at least four bike shops in the Twin Cities in the last couple of weeks.
When a Mahtomedi man died this month, people who knew him found out he had reasons to be bitter, but chose to be a better person. Progressive Baptist Church St. Paul
Government officials say they’ve seen a surge in the number of people applying for naturalization in Minnesota. It’s up 12 percent when you compare the first few months of this year to last year.
It is amazing how one person’s life can affect so many others, even after that person passes away. Sister Jean Thuerauf is one of those people.
It’s been two months since Prince died, but a new memorial to him is taking shape in Chanhassen.
The superintendent of St. Paul Public Schools may be on the way out. The district announced Wednesday that the school board is looking at Valeria Silva’s contract and exploring “various transition options.”
WCCO wants to give you a chance to share your loved one’s story. It is a way to put the spotlight on an average person, most of us have never met, but one who made a lasting impression.
Mayor Chris Coleman announced his selection for the new St. Paul police chief Monday. Assistant Chief Todd Axtell will begin his new position on June 23 if approved by the City Council.
For the 10th year in a row, Ace Hardware stores topped the list in a J.D. Power Home Improvement Retailer Satisfaction Study.
Cancer patient Carla Meister was driving two hours to Eagan to fill her medical marijuana prescription until Monday when Leafline Labs St. Cloud Care Center opened.
Community leaders who have watched the Jamar Clark case closely, and even led protests over it, say their fight will continue after federal officials declined to charge the officers involved in his death.
St. Paul’s Como Zoo has eight western lowland gorillas, the same kind of endangered animal as the one killed at the Cincinnati Zoo. You can look at them through glass in their indoor space, or across a fence in their outdoor habitat.
One of the largest Memorial Day events in the Twin Cities took place at Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis.
A Minneapolis man is facing several charges after he broke into the Minnesota State Capitol Tuesday night, according to Ramsey County officials.
Ed Graff is a native of Bemidji, Minn., but has spent the last 25 years working in Anchorage public schools.
Jennah Slayton, a junior at Stillwater High School, created a plastic violin to conduct an experiment on sound waves in her physics class.
The man accused of attacking a young girl in St. Paul has faced similar charges in the past. It happened in Fridley 5 years ago.
Oakdale Police will pay out $30,000 to settle a discrimination lawsuit, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights reported.
Abdul Wright, 29, is a language arts teacher at Best Academy in north Minneapolis and the first charter school teacher to win the award.