An individual associated with St. Louis Park High School has been diagnosed with tuberculosis. According to the St. Louis Park Public Schools Superintendent Rob Metz, the Hennepin County Department of Health notified the school of the individual’s diagnosis in November
John Hogenson led three of the largest Lutheran churches in the state and had a remarkable ability to share his joy.
It’s been a problem for years and now someone has gotten hurt after trespassing at Minnehaha Falls.
The baby boy was found at about 6 p.m. Wednesday in a hallway at the cathedral.
Dick Leerhoff was a senior exhibit designer at the Science Museum of Minnesota for decades.
Many Minnesotans may be familiar with the storyline because they’ve seen the play performed at Penumbra Theatre in St. Paul.
A carefree run through the woods left a Minnesota puppy in a lot of pain over the summer.
Photos capture the many moments over many years that Emmett Yanez guided young boxers in the right direction.
Claeys tweeted he was proud of his players who were threatening to boycott the bowl game.
Amazon is offering help for all the holiday procrastinators in the Twin Cities.
June Spicer loved the holidays and as discovered in this week’s Life Story, developed quite a reputation for her distinctive Christmas ornaments.
Even though we are getting a break from the extreme cold, we know it will return. That’s why two Twin Cities women are personally handing out below zero sleeping bags to the homeless.
Marcia Hall was inducted into the Minnesota Rock Country Hall of Fame in 2005.
Sunday afternoon officers found a man and a child shot to death inside a house on Hulett Avenue. Monday police identified the gunman as 33-year-old Ryan Perrizo and the child as an 8-year-old girl named Lynnaya. Neighbors said Perrizo and his late wife were planning to adopt the girl.
The drop in temperature has been quite a challenge for some Minnesotans this week — but the builders of an ice castle in the Twin Cities are elated.
A Sauk Rapids couple chose an unusual way to remember a friend who lost her battle with ovarian cancer.
An Eden Prairie man led an extraordinary life as a business owner and a philanthropist — and now his good deeds are being remembered by those closest to him.
A new group within the organization started to form this year. It’s a support group for men who are caring for, or grieving the loss of, an ovarian cancer patient. It’s called the Men of MOCA.
A powerful new video has people around the nation talking about the early warning signs of gun violence.
Jim Torok lived in Shoreview. He was a research physicist at a computer company and a professional jazz musician.
For the second time in 2016, North High School athletes in Minneapolis have won a state championship.
This Thanksgiving a Twin Cities family is mourning the loss of a man who brought fame to the family name.
School officials in St. Paul say a first-grader brought a gun to class Thursday morning and the weapon discharged into the floor.
The childhood memories of Bob Kirschbaum’s two sons and daughter reveal how much he loved the outdoors and hockey.
At the State Fair, she joked about it. But it really wasn’t funny. The feeling in Amelia’s shoulder was unlike anything she’d felt before.