At sundown Tuesday evening, millions of Jewish people around the world began observing Yom Kippur.
It’s a part of big-city life — people on the streets asking for money. Panhandlers can be found across Minneapolis and St. Paul, and even in the suburbs.
Bob Gatts’s farm in Cushing is where livestock, vegetables and violins all cross paths, drawing both musicians and curious passerbys to his homestead.
The 35th Twin Cities Marathon will take place on Sunday.
The Anoka County Sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in finding whoever is responsible for setting playgrounds on fire.
A shooting Friday morning at an apartment in south Minneapolis left a man and two teens dead.
John Stumpf was called to answer questions before the House Financial Services Committee. The panel asked about illegal sales practices.
There are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.
Republicans and Democrats don’t usually hang out on election night two roommates are trying to change that line of thinking.
Spending a night in jail isn’t anything any of us aspire to do. But after a visit to one Minnesota town, you may change your mind.
Every year high schoolers wonder who will be crowned homecoming king and queen. More often than not it’s a surprise. But this year at Chisago Lakes High School was more predictable than most years.
There have been about 30 food recalls across the country, just this month.
Family members say Tia Nustad died after her Watertown home caught fire early Saturday morning. Her children Tyler and Layla were also killed in the fire.
The Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers have been playing each other for 55 years, and they have one of the best rivalries in the NFL.
One million Samsung phones have been recalled after reports of them catching fire while charging.
Russian hackers are being blamed for leaking medical information about Olympic athletes Serena Williams and Simone Biles.
The days of the old west and the wild frontier are long gone, but there are still plenty of people intrigued by that era of history.
A severe storm in Morrison County caused major damage to several buildings at the Minnesota National Guard’s Camp Ripley Training Center Wednesday evening.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says the average American works about 8.8 hours every day.
In rural Dakota County, there’s a veterans home where the residents have put in their time, and now they’re learning what retirement is really all about.
Property owners in Scott County are fighting a proposal to build a gravel pit near their homes.
Former NFL linebacker Chris Draft’s wife Keasha lost her battle to lung cancer a month after the couple were married.
Vikings Voyage is another unique aspect of U.S. Bank Stadium where fans can test their skills through virtual reality and other methods.
Paisley Park, the private estate and studio complex of the late rock superstar Prince, will open for public tours starting Oct. 6.
Dozens of homeowners in Washington County are being told not to drink their well water.