A 7-year-old’s fight against a rare form of cancer became tougher this month. Doctors diagnosed the young gymnast with stage four cancer in her spinal cord in November. Now her family is navigating a financial fight.
As many as five people were shot outside of a Maplewood club early Saturday morning, but police say it could have been much worse.
Delanie Weyer will suddenly become tired and then sleep for anywhere from two to five weeks. It’s almost like a bear in hibernation, but in this case it can come on at any time.
Shakopee Public Schools officials say they are working with police to investigate a “transmittal of inappropriate images” among some of the school’s students.
There were 380 of the proms held around the world Friday night with a total of 75,000 guests and 150,000 volunteers.
Minnehaha Academy officials announced Wednesday that the Upper School will be closed for the rest of the week due to a widespread illness.
Wi-Fi in your home can come big-time frustration: spotty service, dropped signals, slow speeds.
Former officials from one of Minnesota’s licensed medical marijuana manufacturers have been charged with illegally shipping marijuana oil to a New York subsidiary.
A student panel cleared at least four University of Minnesota football players in their status as students after an investigation of sexual assault.
A new VIP movie theater is coming to Mall of America. The old theater, which had been there since the mall opened in 1992, closed in December.
Public outcry over the use of luxury suites at U.S. Bank Stadium for friends and family of stadium officials raised questions about policies around the Twin Cities.
The Minnesota man who risked his own life to help others during the Fort Lauderdale airport shooting is back home, reflecting on the impact it’s had.
There’s a Minnesota connection to the captivating untold story of African-American women who worked as human computers at NASA.
Employees began using a new space last year to immerse teams into the patient’s environment.
More snow is on the way overnight, and law enforcement officials are encouraging Minnesotans to stay home Wednesday morning to avoid travel on slick, snow-covered roads.
The community had their first chance to let the Department of Justice know how they feel about police following the shooting of Philando Castile.
Police in Coon Rapids are investigating after an apparent accident where a 3-year-old wandered outside Wednesday in frigid arctic cold wearing nothing but leggings and a T-shirt.
A Stillwater restaurant is rallying around one of their own. When the owner of Joseph’s learned his kitchen manager was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer he knew they had to do something.
A nonprofit that provides dogs for people with disabilities is back on the road after a tire shop stepped in to help.
Three young girls in Blue Earth formed a special friendship with an unlikely duo. The Evenson sisters stop what they’re doing during garbage pick-up. The short encounter each week has changed everyone’s lives.
A Twin Cities nonprofit doubled the number of people they help after learning of families living outside or in their cars.
Police Capt. Neal Pederson reportedly said it appears that the incident was a murder-suicide.
A 67-year-old man is dead and eight other victims have been hospitalized after a carbon monoxide poisoning incident in northwestern Minnesota Monday night.
First responders hospitalized after responding to a deadly carbon monoxide poisoning near Vergas in Otter Tail County are home Wednesday night.
A Twin Cities family rocked by a double cancer diagnosis struggles to accept what’s coming next. Last year, parents Jennifer and John Payton were diagnosed with different forms of cancer. And it’s John that can’t let go of how he might leave his family.