A man accused of giving his ex-girlfriend the drugs that caused her learned his punishment Friday. Aaron Schnagl was sentenced to a maximum of 160 months in prison for the death of Danielle Jelinek.
Authorities in Bemidji say the 5-year-old girl who went missing after a fatal fire was found safe Thursday morning and a suspect is in custody.
The Vikings are moving from Eden Prairie to a new headquarters and training facility in Eagan. So how could that impact training camp in Mankato?
Addie Jensen’s ex-boyfriend would later admit to dismembering her in Minneapolis, but investigators never proved that Josh Dow killed her.
Columbia Heights has a new distinction: All-America City. The community of 20,000 won the award over the weekend in Denver.
Senators rejected four amendments related to gun control and terrorism one week after the deadliest mass shooting in our country’s history.
The mystery cyclist and the teenager he saved from drowning finally met Friday.
The Minneapolis LGBTQ community is hosted a bar crawl Friday to help raise money for the victims of the Orlando massacre.
A 15-year-old boy who was rescued from drowning wants to find the stranger who saved his life last Thursday at St. Paul’s Lake Phalen. Lewis Donley’s family has posted messages on social media in hopes of finding the cyclist who stopped to help.
A Wayzata teenager died trying to save a friend who was struggling in a northern Minnesota river.
Politics quickly came into play after the shooting at an Orlando nightclub that left 49 people dead. The presumptive presidential candidates weighed in on what can be done to prevent another massacre.
It’s Friday and that means we’re answering some of your Good Questions. This week: Why do stars twinkle? Why does wood crackle when it burns?
Thousands of Twin Cities nurses say they will go on strike on June 19. The walkout at five Allina hospitals is scheduled to last a week.
A Wright County family is devastated after their companion dog died after someone shot her with a pellet gun.
More and more people will be looking for ways to cool off as school breaks for summer and the temperatures heat up. Before your family heads to the pool or the lake, experts say it is important to keep safety top of mind — and that starts with swim lessons.
“Every 20 minutes one American dies of an opioid overdose, which is approximately 500 per week,” Dr. Emily Brunner said.
This Memorial Day tens of thousands of American flags are planted at graves, like those at Fort Snelling, to honor the nation’s fallen soldiers. But why is the flag red, white and blue? Good Question.
Gigantic concrete structures along a Twin Cities county road grab a driver’s attention, but they are a piece of history from World War II.
According to court testimony in a federal terrorism trial, Mohamed Roble — one of the 145 people injured in the Minneapolis bridge collapse that killed 13 people — is believed to be in Syria with the Islamic State group.
A Twin Cities funeral home has a twist on the traditional funeral. Mueller Memorial in White Bear Lake renovated recently to step away from the stereotype and make the space more inviting.
Parts of Minnesota saw the first tornado warnings of the season on Wednesday, but they’re happening less often than in years past.
A 25-year-old Rochester woman had to be rescued last Saturday after falling about 12 feet off a cliff and rolling another 100 feet in the Cane Beds in Arizona, authorities say.
Not getting enough sleep is an obvious reason for feeling tired, but there are other things we do daily to sabotage the sleep we do get.
The mom says she noticed a car that seemed to be in a hurry, but never imagined the driver would follow her, and then attack her.
A Twin Cities man is calling his grandsons “heroes.” Courtney Monson’s husband shot and killed her in front of their children last month, before turning the gun on himself.