A Twin Cities institution is marking a milestone, celebrating 100 years of showing films.
The telemarketing company the charity used to solicit donations is being sued for its unlawful tactics.
With the busiest months for air travel just days away, concern is growing over long lines and delays at airport security checkpoints. So, to help ease congestion and speed the screening process, Delta is giving the TSA a hand.
Children battling cancer have a new angel in their corner, helping bring smiles to their faces.
Video from a squad car showing a vicious attack on a Brooklyn Park police officer last November is now public.
Four in 10 Minneapolis workers don’t have the benefit of paid sick time, but an ordinance now being debated in city hall could soon change that.
Police say two teens were hurt in a crash in New Hope Monday night during a “Nerf Wars” game.
Fire investigators are issuing a stern warning Monday after a number of serious deck and porch fires around the metro.
A new campaign hits the road to protest Target’s transgender bathroom and fitting room policy. This comes as the Minnesota-based company continues to reaffirm its commitment to equality and equity.
An estimated 500,000 anglers will hit Minnesota’s highways this weekend and head to their favorite open water spot.
University of Minnesota basketball player Reggie Lynch is still in custody at the Hennepin County Jail on Monday and is facing accusations of sexual assault.
Those closest to Prince’s autopsy are angered by reports claiming the powerful painkiller, Percocet was found in his blood stream.
It was intense back pain as the result of a traffic accident that put young mother Wendy Leffler on the opioid train. But what began as a way to manage her pain suddenly took control of her life.
Unless you’ve burned dinner recently, you likely haven’t given your smoke detectors a second thought.
Anthem College, formerly called High Tech Institute, would enroll hundreds of students each year.
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.