With just five days to go until the big game, the NFL opened up U.S. Bank Stadium to the media Tuesday afternoon.
“Watching these commercials year after year, it shows you how much effort is put into them. The thought process and creativity and everything.”
The NFL celebrated opening night at the Xcel Energy Center.
The Super Bowl Committee said there were 65,000 people on Nicollet Mall Friday night, for the first evening of Super Bowl Live.
Festivities for the Minnesota Super Bowl are underway.
Investigators say 25-year-old Joshua Buck brought three underage girls back to his house last month.
A Twin Cities mother says a former USA Gymnastics doctor got exactly what he deserved.
A pond hockey event that started to honor the life of an Edina boy has grown in numbers and purpose.
Maplewood Police say the owner of a liquor store stopped a robbery by shooting a man who was attacking his wife.
Some people worry about what they’ll do when the time comes to retire, but Phil Lagarde has — quite literally — carved out his own past-time.
It seems right now like the “Skol” chant could break out anywhere at any time.
Sunday’s win was especially sweet for a family who has had season tickets for four and a half decades.
John Lauritsen takes us to Willmar to place where the “Little Red Caboose” always finishes first.
Nearly 800 people turned out for Gabe Tudor’s visitation. They left cards and donations, which were stolen out of his father’s truck in Rochester.
State health officials say the high number of hospitalizations so far this season is alarming, and the concern is that flu cases can last until May.
So far this winter season, the city hasn’t had a single snow emergency.
In 2008, nearly 30 years after the Rubik’s Cube craze faded, Walker Welch spotted one in a store. He saw six different sides and endless possibilities.
It’s not unusual to see deer and coyote tracks in southern Minnesota this time of year, but now another animal is calling that part of the state home.
A frozen Minnehaha Falls is a thing of beauty this time of year — but according to Minneapolis Park Police, it’s also dangerous.
A missing Minnesota hunter, who walked and crawled to safety in subzero temperatures, is sharing his story of survival.
Eighteen-year-old Marcus Fischer was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon, but when the judge said the hearing had been postponed, protesters went across the street to the county attorney’s office.
A long time ago in what seems like a galaxy far, far away…Brian Semling had absolutely no interest in Star Wars.
Minnesota will see lows in the single digits this weekend, and when we wake up on Christmas morning it could be below zero.
It’s around 70 degrees inside U.S. Bank Stadium, but it could be in the single digits when the Vikings and Packers play at Lambeau Field Saturday.
It was only Skyla’s second time hunting. She had never fired her .20 gauge shotgun at a deer before.