Without a clear escape, Saturday’s house fire trapped a couple and four children in the second floor apartment.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Ray began broadcasting Gopher football and basketball games in 1951.
Fewer young people are choosing the teaching profession — and for many of those who do, they don’t last.
More than 18,000 vehicles use the Highway 47, Ferry Street crossing in Anoka every day.
Lindsay Cardinal, had just picked up her three young kids from daycare – ages 5, 4 and 1. They were heading home, planning on making dinner.
The Twin Cities man accused of shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters took the stand in his own defense on Monday.
Fourteen months after the shootings of protesters at a Black Lives Matter encampment in Minneapolis, the trial for one of the shooters continues.
A heartbroken mother is speaking out Thursday to educate the public about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Only a year after Richard Davis took the helm at U.S. Bank, the nation’s economic fabric was being ripped apart.
Exotic creatures end up too often in Minnesota’s lakes and rivers. There are many examples of local ponds infested with goldfish. Just as concerning are the many marshlands and lakes where invasive plants choke out native vegetation.
Over the next 10 months, crews will make badly-needed improvements to a six-mile stretch of Highway 169.
Sen. Dan Schoen is the author of SF 124. The recently introduced bill would prohibit the use of unmanned aircraft for taking or harassing deer and other wildlife.
The competition will have 75 teams competing on 16 rinks. And even if it’s above freezing, the games will go on.
A highly-heralded sporting event will draw thousands of fans to the banks of the St. Croix to celebrate winter’s game.
Fourteen months after the shootings of five protesters outside of Minneapolis’ 4th police precinct, Allen Scarsella is now on trial.
It’s hard to believe anyone could be so cold as to steal a child’s wheelchair. But that’s what a Becker family fears happened over the weekend.
Court documents show that investigators suspect a biology teacher from the Twin Cities area was high on multiple drugs when he was fatally shot by a Mankato police officer who responded to a disturbance at a hotel.
One of Minnesota’s hottest destinations for summer tourism also wants to be a top choice for shopping and entertainment in the winter months.
Phillip Shoultz conducts the musical group, VocalEssence, which is giving that guidance to new mothers from Longfellow Alternative High School.
Charges are now filed in a gruesome sledgehammer attack on a south Minneapolis convenience store owner.
St. Paul police are giving few details on Wednesday’s suspicious death on the city’s east side.
Zimmerman residents are outraged after a family’s dog was shot and killed, while playing in its own yard.
A 58-year-old South St. Paul man died Monday evening after falling into a large grain bin at a Shakopee plant, making contact with some processing equipment.
As the Holiday Bowl kicks off, there’s an online petition circling to sack the University of Minnesota football coach.
Holiday hockey tournaments are a rich tradition this time of year. And one of the most prestigious is also the nation’s largest, where 128 boys and girls teams are playing for much more than bragging rights.