A small Twin Cities church hopes you can help them find who stole thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment. Somebody broke into the shed behind Family of God Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Park last weekend.
MnDOT recommends no travel in southern Minnesota Tuesday night, and roads in the Twin Cities are not much better. The Minnesota State Patrol says 679 drivers crashed or spun out between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday on slick roads in the blowing snow.
WitThe rapid spread of the Zika virus prompted the World Health Organization to declare an international emergency Monday. Experts are worried about a surge in the number of babies born with birth defects in South and Central America.
Travelers will soon have only two security areas to choose from. But there will be more screening lanes at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The new checkpoint will be open in time for spring break travel.
Three University of Minnesota students have been robbed in the past three days.
Edina High School is one of three across the country selected to run pilot productions of “Peter and the Starcatcher.” That’s a prequel to “Peter Pan.” Their show debuts Thursday night after months of rehearsals.
The St. Paul Police Department has put an officer on leave while it investigates allegations that an officer made a post on Facebook urging drivers to run over protesters who rallied on a bridge Monday against the police killings of two black men.
A Minnesota deputy, fed up with drivers not moving over when they see lights and sirens, took action this week. More than 650,000 people have seen the post on Facebook by Chisago County Deputy Jim Mott.
Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing will be for a record-breaking $1.5 billion — or, if you take the cash option, $930 million. What is also a record is the number of tickets sold in Minnesota.The Minnesota State Lottery says it expects to sell $20 million worth of tickets in the state.
I-Zen Spa in Shakopee went out of business in November. The company was evicted for not paying rent. Now, customers say they’re not getting any answers.
A nonprofit that cares for rescued and endangered animals is being evicted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The Wildlife Science Center has leased the land in Forest Lake since 1991. The DNR says they had to act.
North Dakota was the site of a harrowing story of survival, and a persistent father who refused to give up. Dr. Richard Olsen, 70, broke his leg after falling into a ditch while pheasant hunting last month.
A Minnesota mother was there while President Barack Obama laid out his plan for executive action on gun control Tuesday. Diane Sellgren listened to the president speak in person, along with Gabby Giffords and other gun-violence survivors.
An elderly woman was threatened with a gun and strangled until she was unconscious during a home invasion over the weekend. Maplewood Police say two men were caught on surveillance video using stolen credit cards suspects and need your help identifying them.
Twenty years have passed since a Minneapolis woman went missing and was later found dead on New Years’ day. And still, the murder of Anne Dunlap remains unsolved.
Fire officials hoping to make Minnesotans safer by requiring sprinklers in new homes were delivered a blow this week. The Minnesota Supreme Court decided not to review a decision made by a lower court regarding those sprinklers being part of the Minnesota State Building Code.
The Minneapolis city council member criticized over posting critics’ personal information on social media is not apologizing.
From cross country skiing, to sledding, to just taking a plain, old stroll around the lake, Twin Cities kids were taking advantage of the fresh few inches of snow and enjoying their winter break.
Two ice boaters needed rescue after their boat fell through the ice on Lake Minnetonka Thursday.
Protesters with Black Lives Matter gathered briefly in the rotunda at Mall of America before moving outside and boarding the Blue Line Light Rail Train. They then got off at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in an attempt to shut it down.
Metro Mobility says it’s fixed a technical problem that caused delays for riders. The computer system for the public transportation service was down most of Monday, and part of Sunday.
The man who avoided federal investigators while living on a private yacht, claimed to be Scottish royalty, and was sentenced to nearly two years in prison for welfare fraud has been indicted for allegedly stealing more than $2 million from investors.
The force led Megan Thompson and Anthony Nygren to their destiny, as they said “I do,” or rather, “as you wish.”
Moving to a new city can be hard enough. Add moving with limited income and few items, and it can seem like an insurmountable challenge. Ellie Radke and her daughter, Margaret, recently moved home to Minnesota. And because of a relative, and a message on a social sharing neighborhood site, they learned the true meaning of selfless giving.
Community leaders and members of all faiths came together Monday night to show solidarity in the fight against terrorism, and against Islamaphobia. The community meeting was held at one of the oldest mosques in Minneapolis. Muslim leaders say some Somali-Americans are feeling the backlash of recent events involving some Muslims and its sparking hatred toward Islam.