A friend of Eric Gavin, the man who died Tuesday night when a tornado ripped through a mobile home park in western Wisconsin, says he lost a “high school buddy.”
Everything from bikes to basketballs, their clothes, family photos, and furnishings are somewhere in the blackened rubble.
It appears that the vicious cyber-attack launched Friday is showing signs of slowing its spread, but not until the ransomware, identified at “Wannacry,” affected an estimated 300,000 computers in 150 countries.
The CIA’s “secret war” relied heavily on Hmong soldiers to fight with U.S. Special Forces and to help rescue downed U.S. pilots.
After coming out of the water at Gray’s Bay, Brent Schlosser knows the routine: clean, drain and dry, the new mantra for Minnesota boaters.
More than 200 employees will be permanently laid off at Kellogg’s distribution center in Vadnais Heights this summer, the company announced last week.
Employees have been informed that the 112-year-old factory will close for good within the next six months.
Police spokesman Steve Linders says the stolen goat was one of 30 that had been situated in the park to eat invasive weeds.
A person of interest in the death of a Crookston woman is now in custody following a six-hour manhunt in Bloomington overnight.
Cool temperatures and wet fields have cost Minnesota farmers more delays in planting.
An impassioned boycott is under way at St. Olaf College in Northfield in protest protest of a racist message left on a student’s car.
Every few years, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources puts confiscated property up for sale.
The first of five buses departed Wednesday to take part this weekend’s World Climate March in Washington, D.C.
It’s easy to see why firefighting is among the most dangerous occupations, but it’s what you don’t see that has many of them scared.
If time heals all wounds, the clock is barely ticking in Bob Stafford’s Hopkins home.
What 16-year-old Amaiya Zafar loves to do is throw punches. But when the young boxer steps into the south Minneapolis gym where she trains, she’s not only sparring with a partner – the teenager is also out to change the rules of the sport.
It was just before 7:30 p.m. Thursday when a 17-year-old St. Cloud girl was shopping with her mother inside the Wal-Mart store near Crossroads Center.
Minnesotans hoping to legalize recreational marijuana use got a bit of a boost Thursday.
The historic Grand Forks flooding occurred 20 years ago, on April 18 and 19 of 1997.
The victim was 27-year-old D’Angelo Masterjohn, who friends say was attempting a new start in life.
Few things in life are more difficult to discuss within a family than planning for a loved one’s death. And that’s exactly why Stevie Ray’s Improv Company at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater is tackling the topic head on.
The owner, Dick Mueller, is 80 years old and said that age wouldn’t allow him to continue operations.
White Bear Lake is on the rise, thanks in part to last season’s record rainfall and declining groundwater use.
After a recent change in Canada’s milk pricing policy, a number of Minnesota and Wisconsin dairy farmers are scrambling for new markets.
Inside the FAA air traffic control tower at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, communicating flight information with pilots is critical. Getting planes in and out of the skies requires accurate instruction, with zero room for errors.