It takes a special kind of person to run towards a dangerous situation instead of away from it.
Court papers have identified a Twin Cities doctor who was treating Prince just prior to his death last month.
It is a compliment that will make just about any woman smile: “Your hair looks great.” But is that hairstyle causing hair loss? Dermatologists say they are seeing an increase in the number of young women whose hair is falling out.
Classmates of a St. Paul teenager say he is getting better after a school bus hit him last week. Isaac Schneider, 15, was in critical condition last Thursday after he was struck in a crosswalk at Maryland Avenue and Dale Street. He was on his way to Como Park Senior High School just after 7 a.m.
What if we told you there was a way to reduce stress and anxiety while improving your productivity and relationships…and it doesn’t have to cost you a dime?
A Lakeville mom is sharing her story of how she lost weight and gained both physical and mental strength.
“Grandma Ruth” Knelman is 105-years-old, and has spent her free time working with kindergartners for 32 years at the same school.
You will find her each Tuesday at Jefferson Community School in Minneapolis.
One person has died after a head-on crash on Interstate 394 early Monday morning. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, just before 3:30 a.m. a Buick Century was traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-394, just near Theodore Wirth Parkway.
Next month, a new tradition at the White House will include some elementary school students from Minnesota.
This month doctors are trying to raise awareness about a type of cancer that dentists are often the first to notice.
St. Croix Valley Area Learning Center is an alternative school; a place where teenagers who have struggled in traditional classrooms find success in a smaller setting with non-traditional approaches.
It happened on Lake Minnetonka when 28-year-old Kirk Ingram dove into shallow water and crushed his spine.
On Thursday, Angela Davis spoke with Kerry Mokalla, a clinical social worker who counsels families with transgender children.
What started as a case of a 5-year-old boy being bullied because of his clothes is now a gender discrimination case soon to be investigated by St. Paul’s Human Rights Department.
One of the things that pregnant women sometimes worry about is pain during childbirth. Hospitals across the Twin Cities are now bringing back a pain relief option that was widely used decades ago — laughing gas.
A rare look was given Thursday into the Minnesota Security Hospital, the state’s largest facility for the mentally ill and dangerous.
Medical researchers think they’ve found a new way to help break painkiller addiction.
A 5-year-old boy who was critically injured after crashing an all-terrain vehicle in west-central Minnesota has died of his injuries.
Some Twin Cities doctors and nurses spent Monday sharpening their skills in an area many are not familiar with — Somali culture and language.
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.