We have all heard the warnings to stay out of the poison ivy, and know the dangers if we do not. But there is a lesser-known plant in Minnesota that is potentially more painful and difficult to treat.
Nothing says summer in Minnesota quite like fresh picked, locally grown sweet corn. And roadside stands are popping up all across the state to sell the traditional dinner treat.
Investigators in Blaine are trying to learn what led to a fatal quarrel between a father and son around 7 a.m. Friday.
A Boy Scouts leader says a boy and a woman died and two other campers were injured when damaging storms slammed northern Minnesota.
To most players at the USA Cup, there’s more thought put into kicking a ball, than finding their next meal, but for the U-12 girls soccer team from Haiti, starvation is a cruel reality.
This week’s torrential rainfall continues to cause serious troubles for both homeowners and highway crews.
We’re just over two months away from one of professional golf’s biggest spectacles. Preparations are well under way for the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National in Chaska.
Emergency officials now say some 71 homes, businesses and other structures sustained varying degrees of damage in Watkins.
A three block stretch of Summit Avenue remains closed in front of the Governor’s Residence where protesters are continuing their vigil in honor of Philando Castile.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension released their 2015 Uniform Crime Report Friday, and the report shows a rise in violent crime, with a particularly high rise in reported murders.
Minneapolis police on Thursday confirmed they’re investigating the recent shooting of two Muslim men as a possible hate crime.
Twelve jurors took less than two hours to find a woman not guilty of a 2013 fatal crash. Kari Jo Milberg was found not guilty Wednesday of three felony counts of criminal negligence.
Concern is growing over a hidden and deadly danger as more cabin and lake home owners electrify their docks.
Testimony resumed today for the Wisconsin mother charged with negligence in a traffic accident that killed her daughter and two nieces.
Like many teenage boys, Danny Fleigle seeks out thrill and adventure. But the one he took with friends onto a vacated Sartell bridge June 15 nearly killed him.
Cleanup is underway in the north metro after strong storms pummeled a wide swath of central and northeastern Minnesota.
Like a finely-tuned engine, how we care for our bodies goes a long way in determining how long it lasts. Women tend to take their health more seriously and go in for more screenings and exams, especially over age 40.
After a weekend drowning and two other river rescues, the Fillmore County sheriff is urging extreme caution on a popular river.
The fields are planted all across Minnesota; endless rows of corn and beans are healthy and deep green. But on a rural Hastings farm, the crop Ken Anderson is planting is making a bit of history.
Seven weeks after the sudden death of Prince Rogers Nelson, some two-dozen people are claiming to be his heirs and legally entitled to a piece of his multi-million dollar estate.
Airport customers heard the loud cries of an angry union amid pouring rain and thunder claps Tuesday. Transportation Security Administration screeners say understaffing and slipping morale are no way to solve the crisis.
The TSA reduced screening staff in recent years, anticipating that more and more people would apply for the ease of PreCheck.
Four young Richfield girls are without their mother after she was killed in a deadly car crash in the south metro.
The Twin Cities area is among five cities that will begin offering daily flights to Cuba. The introduction of air travel to Cuba is part of President Obama’s work to normalize relations between the two countries.
From the insignificant to catastrophic, every fire has a story. Probing the forensics of fire is the job of trained investigators.