There’s nothing funny about cancer… unless you are a comedian who’s also a cancer survivor. Brenda Elsagher, a Twin Cities comedian, is traveling the country and spreading the word about the importance of getting screened for colon cancer.
Spring break is finally here for many students, but now is also the time to start registering for summer camps. The YWCA of Minneapolis launched a STEM camp for girls last year called “Eureka!” — and it is truly like no other in Minnesota.
We’re getting a look inside a St. Paul high school that’s been making headlines for disruptive student behavior.
One person is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Burnsville Thursday morning. According to the Burnsville Police Department, around 6:15 a.m. officers received a call of suspicious activity in the McDonald’s parking lot, located on the corner of Highway 13 and Washburn Avenue.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Wednesday morning that there will be no grand jury in the decision of whether or not to indict Minneapolis police officers in the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark.
Twin Cities kids are having the time of their lives this spring when it comes to field trips. They are going places that school buses cannot take them, and they can thank Google Expeditions for that.
A new report says Minnesota is facing a teacher shortage that appears to be worsening each year.
The University of Minnesota is looking for African American women to take part in a yoga study. Researchers say the study participants must also be women who get little to no exercise, and who consider themselves overweight.
The Minneapolis NAACP is calling for action after allegations of racism at a Twin Cities restaurant.
Doctors from the University of Minnesota, Hennepin County Medical Center and researchers from Abbott Diagnostics just announced they’re launching a joint study on concussions and traumatic brain injury.
St. Paul police say an officer was forced to shoot and kill an elderly man’s dog after it bit four people Sunday. Police say officers found a frantic scene near the Edgcumbe Recreation Center on Griggs Street at about 4:30 p.m.
After 18 negotiation sessions, Twin Cities janitors have reached a tentative agreement with the cleaning companies that employ them.
On Thursday we learned a fatal car crash in Dakota County took the life of an award-winning high school theater teacher and director. Dennis Swanson earned a spot in the Minnesota State High School Hall of Fame.
Minneapolis police arrested a 56-year-old man they say was involved in a series of burglaries, including one that included vandalism at a mosque. Police say Edward Zahi Moses Saad has been taken into custody.
Republican candidate Marco Rubio returned to Minnesota Tuesday for his second rally in a week, and drew a big crowd.
Despite many different efforts to end homelessness in Hennepin County, the number of people living in shelters has increased.
A hidden camera confirmed what a Twin Cities woman feared was happening to her mother at a home for seniors: She was being abused by her care giver. Police say it happened at The Glenn Hopkins senior home, formerly called St. Therese Southwest.
You would not expect to see mosquito control crews out and about while there is still snow and ice on the ground — but they are. Crews from the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District started treating 100 acres of marshes last week.
It wasn’t just a traffic accident that disrupted a Megabus trip from Chicago to Minneapolis on Sunday — The bus exploded.
Wednesday night, thousands of Twin Cities janitors have formed picket lines outside the places they normally clean. It’s a one-day strike, but it involves 4,000 members of the Service Employees International Union.
Twin Cities janitors are making final preparations for Wednesday’s one-day strike.
What started as a summer camp for Minnesota kids who love soccer has evolved into an international exchange program.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a hungry lone wolf attacked and killed a family dog, Leo, Tuesday afternoon on a trail at Brighton Beach just north of Duluth.
You never want too many cooks in the kitchen — especially if they are just 10 or 11 years old. But Donatelli’s Italian Restaurant in White Bear Lake continued a tradition Tuesday they started eight years ago.
Deputies in western Wisconsin say they found a 9-year-old girl driving a pickup truck while her mother, and the mother’s boyfriend, sat next to her intoxicated.