The Minnesota Senate voted down a bill Monday that would have updated the state’s ID standards to comply with federal law.
A Centennial High School wrestler made history Friday at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center.
The Gophers men’s basketball team stayed hot Thursday night, winning their eighth consecutive Big Ten game.
The unseasonably warm weather we’ve experienced much of the winter is having a positive impact on at least one thing — heating bills.
A Minnesota man says his rare sleep condition has gotten so bad, he worries about his own safety.
The Minnesota State High School League Girls’ Hockey Tournament is taking place this weekend at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Winter seemed like a distant memory over the past week in Minnesota, as much of the metro area was blanketed with above average temperatures for the month of February. Now, it is time to say hello to Old Man Winter once again.
Republican members of Congress have been taking heat from constituents for not holding in-person town hall meetings.
A lack of snow and a fluctuation in temperatures can put a lot of stress on grass.
First-degree murder charges have been filed against a Chicago Amtrak police officer in connection to the shooting death of a Minneapolis man.
If you are traveling out of town this President’s Day weekend, get ready for longer lines at the airport.
Sheriff’s departments in Sherburne and Wright counties are just a few law enforcement agencies asking drivers to stay off lakes.
There’s a place in the Twin Cities where you can shoot zombies, paint in 3-D, and build solar systems. It’s called Voxel Virtual Reality Parlour and it opened in St. Paul in October.
A St. Cloud couple had a rare up-close encounter with a wolf. It happened on Sunday morning when Tyler Netter and his wife were driving through the town of Rice, near Highway 10.
Missing Pieces Escape Games in Edina is one of about a dozen escape rooms in the Twin Cities.
The families of three Rogers High School students hit by a pick-up truck last month are speaking out.
A 4-year-old Somali girl, who was kept from traveling to the U.S. because of the president’s travel ban, has been reunited with her family.
A Monticello man created what he calls the only Red Bull Crashed Ice training track in North America — right on his farm.
A woman is trying to get back on her feet after she was stabbed and nearly killed at the Dorothy Day Center in St. Paul.
A Twin Cities family is dealing with a disgusting reality after city sewer water seeped into their home.
The 12th annual U.S. Pond Hockey Championships are set to take place this weekend at Minneapolis’ Lake Nokomis — with the most teams they have ever had.
One day after fainting during the State of the State address, Gov. Mark Dayton revealed that he is fighting prostate cancer.
The St. Paul office of an anti-abortion group has been vandalized with spray painted messages and an upside-down cross. Brian Gibson is executive director of Pro-Life Action Ministries. He says a staff member found the messages when she arrived at work Monday.
Supporters of President Donald Trump took in the inauguration across the Twin Cities Friday.
Hundreds of cars are being sent to a business in northern Minnesota following a major recall.