A least six people are dead after a pedestrian bridge collapsed near the campus of Florida International University. Now, we’re learning the designers of the bridge also designed the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis.
Dozens of students and supporters gathered outside ICE headquarters in Saint Paul on Friday morning, carrying signs and rallying for a beloved professor.
In a controversial move Thursday, President Donald Trump imposed stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
A man suspected of driving drunk struck a van with 15 Minnesotans, killing one of them. It happened Tuesday along I-75 in south Florida, on what’s known as Alligator Alley.
Authorities in northern Minnesota have identified the man found dead in fish house during the International Eelpout Festival.
A month after a controversial bar re-opened, people continue to protest its existence.
The recent snowfall, coupled with warmer days and the melting of snow, creates the perfect recipe for potholes.
A teacher inside Patrick Henry High School said that the school is on a “code red” lockdown Tuesday afternoon after a gunman reportedly entered the building.
The mayor of Minneapolis is the first in the state to carry the emergency treatment in his office.
Neighbors say they were not surprised to hear about the torture that’s alleged inside a Minneapolis home.
The Minnesota Department of Health does not recommend closing a school to prevent the spread of the flu.
One person is seriously injured after a shooting in Fridley that began with a car crash and a fight Wednesday evening.
The NFL said Minneapolis executed one of the best public safety plans in Super Bowl history.
Investigators say the parents living in the South St. Paul home punished two of their children by withholding food from them, locking them in a room, or tying them to a pole or bed.
Fifteen Medal of Honor recipients will be on the field Sunday in front of millions watching the Super Bowl.
Children’s Minnesota received a big check Friday from the New Orleans Saints punter.
Make-A-Wish families have flown into the Bold North from around North American for the Minnesota Super Bowl.
Security surrounding Super Bowl 52 has been a top priority for the NFL, federal and local law enforcement.
Tens of thousands of visitors are in town for the Super Bowl this week — many of whom have never experienced the cold.
Crews are working night and day to transform The Armory into a concert venue ready to rock.
Deputy U.S. Marshals worked behind the scenes to arrest wanted people in an effort to keep thousands of visitors to Minnesota safe for the big game.
Friday was the kickoff to a bold Super Bowl event: ziplining across the mighty Mississippi.
An app developed specifically for the big game at the request of Minneapolis Police will go live Friday.
A comprehensive safety plan developed over the last two years for Super Bowl LII will be put to the test in the weeks to come.
The euphoria has yet to wear off for Vikings fans who cheered on the team in person Sunday.