One of the most photographed and visited sites in the Twin Cities is in need of big repairs.
Beginning next October, women’s professional hockey will make its debut in the State of Hockey.
A central Minnesota family is asking for help finding their missing pet peacock.
Quentin Gifford was a Radioman aboard the U.S.S. Oklahoma when it sunk in the attack that dragged us into World War II.
It is the last thing Grand Rapids resident Jim Mayerle expected while on a leisurely Sunday drive in northern Minnesota.
“We think the future of transportation and the future of car sharing really lies with emission free transportation and that’s what we’re trying to get to.”
Most of Minnesota’s 75 state parks were constructed long before the ADA became law — and officials want funds to make changes.
Police in Bloomington say they’re investigating the circumstances surrounding a woman’s death Sunday night.
It’s before sunrise on a cool April morning. Suddenly, the morning stillness erupts in a cacophony of nature.
The General Mills Foundation donated $1 million to Feeding America for the development of a technology platform called “Meal Connect.”
For the next three weekends, good luck getting around. Interstate 94 will be closed between I-394 and I-35W.
May 1 is known as International Workers Day, in commemoration of the struggle for the 8-hour workday.
Call it the “Big Kahuna” of summer road construction projects: MnDOT’s $240 million remake of the heavily traveled stretch of Interstate 35W south of downtown Minneapolis.
Burnell and Sue Brown have a million dollar view in White Bear Leak, but their foundation hides a serious problem.
State health officials are warning residents of southeastern Minnesota about possible exposure to measles.
When a flooded boat landing along the Minnesota River scuttled plans to launch an inspection boat, MnDOT bridge crew workers did the next best thing – they lowered it into the water with the help of a crane.
Just two days after an arrest in the brutal attack of a Metro Transit bus driver, there’s been another one.
A new book by a Minnesota nature photographer reveals the stunning beauty of a once endangered scenic waterway.
Green Lake is just three weeks from its latest ice out ever, which happened on May 8, 2013.
Criticism over the move by Sun Country to leave 250 passengers stranded in Mexico may soon be heard on the floors of the United States Congress.
Along main streets across Minnesota, the dig out continued on Monday. But sunshine and warmer temperatures are helping in a big way.
The joys of parenting can so quickly and unexpectedly shift into a roller coaster of pain.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s office says Lois Riess is believed to be armed and dangerous.
A brazen robbery and the shooting of a Domino’s pizza delivery driver has police asking for your help.
Trout fishing in Minnesota relies heavily on what’s nestled amid the hills surrounding Lanesboro.