A few major interstates are closing this weekend in the north and east metro. In. St. Paul, Interstate 94 will be closing between Highway 280 and Snelling Avenue to demolish the Prior Avenue bridge deck, which will be rebuilt this summer.
Prince was prolific with his lyrics, and his songwriting started at a young age. But his songs were not always for the masses. Before Prince was the Prince the world would come to know, he wrote a love song for a Minnesota woman he had a crush on.
Police say a husband shot and killed his wife in front of their children, before turning the gun on himself.
Minnesota authorities are declining to discuss whether any prescription drugs were found in Prince’s home after his death.
A special Twin Cities girl will attend prom this weekend in her mom’s hometown. Eleven-year-old Lydia Wahlstrom has a terminal disorder called Batten disease. Her grandpa wanted her to have the prom experience, so he asked her to be his date.
Many of us take for granted where our next meal will come from. Women who work to make a difference have answered that question for students at a school in north Minneapolis.
A Federal grand jury was unable to come to a unanimous verdict after five days of deliberation in the case of a Minneapolis officer accused of assaulting at least four people in two separate bar fights in downtown Minneapolis.
For decades, people have found ways to share their family memories. It may seem the popularity of the latest trend, scrapbooking, has dwindled. But don’t tell a scrapbooker that.
A private school is concerned about a road construction project that will take a piece of their land.
A Twin Cities husband wants to warn others after his pregnant wife died from complications due to the flu.
The 35th annual Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival kicks off this weekend, featuring 250 films from 71 countries. And while the majority of the films are international, a handful of them are made by Minnesota-based and Minnesota-native filmmakers.
One person has been arrested Thursday in connection with a homicide in St. Paul, according to Chisago County Officials.
A man is dead and his killer is on the loose after a shooting in St. Paul Thursday afternoon. Police received a 911 call of shots fired and a man down just after 4 p.m. They were called to a law office above W.A. Frost at Selby and Western.
The same week concerns were raised about a gun being manufactured in Minnesota that looks like a cell phone, lawmakers want to ban a cell phone case that looks like a gun.
We are hearing for the first time from the Minneapolis police officers who shot and killed Jamar Clark. Officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze were called to Plymouth Avenue in November on reports of a domestic situation where the alleged abuser was still at the scene.
Recent school violence incidents against educators have prompted a former teacher to take action.
Police pursuits capture attention, with sirens blaring and tires squealing. It is something police train for; when to pursue a suspect, and when to call it off. They simulate real scenarios on a course.
A group of students wearing shirts that read “Ask Me How My College Is Protecting My Rapist” is creating a stir on a Minnesota campus. Senior Madeline Wilson decided to make the shirts after officials at St. Olaf College determined her sexual assault complaint was unfounded.
Activists planned several rallies across the city, with intentions to converge in front of Hennepin County Government Center downtown in the evening.
Minnesota’s top cops and law enforcers stood with the state’s Muslim community in solidarity Thursday. A community meeting was held to continue building the relationship, and to address the fears of the Muslim community in the wake of the latest terror attacks.
A woman twice convicted of stealing from her elderly clients faces similar charges again. Lola Johnson-Mersha was prohibited from working with adults in 2009.
A “kill list” with the names of 36 police officers in Minnesota was allegedly posted online by a hacker group affiliated with the Islamic State, according to a Vocativ report.
On the heels of a police officer being placed on leave over Facebook posts, one department is considering a social media policy.
The mayor of a small central Minnesota town told a family to get rid of three of their dogs. Meire Grove changed its dog ordinance last year, limiting the number people can own.
We are learning more about the paralyzing injury to a 20-year-old hockey player from Isanti. Matt Olson, who played hockey for Totino-Grace High School, fell into the boards while playing junior hockey with the Chicago Cougars on Feb. 21.