The fastest growing church in the Twin Cities is about to get even larger.
At one time, Anoka County’s Lake Peltier was home to the second largest blue heron nesting spot in the Twin Cities.
Of all more than 14,000 convictions dating back to the early 1980’s, only 21 defendants agreed to further DNA testing.
Police in Minnetonka credit an alert motorist for putting them onto a suspected drunk driver last Friday.
A Mississippi-based Christian group is taking aim at the Target Corporation for the company’s restroom policy. Now, that policy is coming under fire by the American Family Association
Thirty-two years ago, Prince and the Revolution first recorded the song that would propel him into rock and roll history. “Purple Rain” was later made into a major motion picture and gave Prince his first and only Academy Award for Best Original Song Score.
There’s no question that half the fun of being in the quest for the Stanley Cup is sharing it with friends and family.
It’s a dilemma that traps rural communities in an ever-increasing struggle: how to attract industry while keeping the attributes its residents love.
Research is now underway to help solve the perplexing mystery of what’s happening to the walleye fishery on Lake Mille Lacs.
Sen. Al Franken has a stern warning for Minnesota lawmakers – act by the end of the legislative session in May or risk losing out on $895 million in federal transportation funding.
If you’re in the market for a starter home — something in the $150,000 to $250,000 price range — be prepared for some competition.
A national physicians group says it is time for Hennepin County Medical Center to stop using live animals for medical training. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine wants a federal agency to investigate the Minneapolis hospital’s use of 450 sheep and rabbits.
St. Paul’s homeless youth have a new place to get the help needed to get back on their feet. On Wednesday, the nonprofit Face to Face opened the doors to a much larger daytime center called SafeZone.
Minnesota State Trooper Tyler Uthe was working on his day off Monday, putting in overtime to help spread a critical safety message.
For most of us, retirement will come in our 60s. But Aitkin County mail carrier Bill Onstad is anything but your average worker.
Spring has sprung on a meandering river that stretches across the south metro. With dip nets heavy with trout, it is time for the annual stocking of rainbows that makes the Vermillion River so popular.
The state is suing Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business, claiming they recruit students into law enforcement training that has little chance of landing them a job.
Passengers have been running out of patience ever since the TSA consolidated security checkpoints at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Pam Rozendaal arrived plenty early Friday to make sure her son catches his flight.
With the Red Lake High School boys basketball team making yet another trip to the state tournament, Warriors fans have good reason to cheer.
He was attacked by a group of young men who were gambling on his driveway, blocking his access as he returned home from work. What they didn’t know: Chang was armed.
A talented violinist from Duluth is winning over musical hearts nationwide. Gaelynn Lea has an unconventional approach to playing her instrument, born of necessity.
A veteran St. Paul police sergeant is being investigated after a federal appeals court said she was not truthful in a major sex trafficking case. Sgt. Heather Weyker is on paid-administrative leave. A St. Paul police spokesman says the internal affairs unit has launched an investigation to see if Weyker lied under oath to a grand jury.
Investigators are struggling to find out why a Meeker County teenager shot his younger sister, the family dog and then turned the gun on himself. The children’s father discovered the horrifying scene around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when he returned home.
Gunned down in a mass shooting, she became a leading advocate for what supporters call “common sense gun control.” On Thursday, former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords made the pitch in Minnesota.
Minnesota’s battle to stop the spread of invasive carp hit a new snag. After making their way to the Twin Cities, the disruptive fish are now swimming westward through the Minnesota River.