A new school lunch policy in one southeastern Minnesota school district has hunger advocates speaking out.
Arnie Stein is the proud owner of more than 3,000 irons — some dating back to the early 1700s.
In all, 13 women have spoken up to say they neither experienced nor witnessed any inappropriate behavior.
Most kids spend their birthday money or allowance on gifts or treats for themselves. But a Minneapolis girl had other plans.
What started as a past-time to honor veterans has turned into a museum that’s become a world-wide attraction in a small Minnesota town.
She plays on the football team, she’s a state champion weight lifter and she’s an accomplished ukulele player.
As Veterans Day approaches, a Minnesota family mourns the loss of a loved one who served his country.
The 84-year-old man went missing in a wooded area Saturday near the town of Byron.
It was Aakre’s daughter, Tamara, that got her connected with her Scandinavian and Viking heritage and encouraged her to make skinnfells.
After Tamara passed away unexpectedly, Aakre knew how she’d honor her daughter’s memory.
A Mayo Clinic research project could help people with paralysis get back on their feet.
A week ago, Philip Martinson fell 14 feet out of his deer stand while getting ready for the opener.
Minneapolis police say they have made seven felony arrests in connection to a string of K2 overdoses.
Max is a 12-year-old Huskie, Quackers is a 4-year-old duck — and the two are inseparable.
The festival on Nicollet Mall starts Friday, Jan. 26, and ends Sunday, Feb. 4. Concerts are free.
The firearm deer season means more than 150,000 deer will be successfully hunted.
This isn’t a story about a girl trying to keep up with the boys, but rather the boys trying to keep up with the girl.
Isanti County Deputy John McCarty was racing to a call near Cambridge early Saturday morning when a deer jumped right in front of his car.
A St. Cloud City Council member wants to ban any more refugees from resettling in the area temporarily.
Every year, about a third of the 10,000 seasonal hires at Minnesota retailers turn into year-round jobs.
The National Weather Service says our state stands up to a 50 percent chance for colder than average temperatures for January, February and March.
A Sherburne County family is mourning the loss of a young boy, killed in what authorities are calling a freak accident.
A Rochester doctor credited with saving lives is now fighting to keep from being deported.
Wisconsin rules allow 15-year-old Kaiden Johnson to compete with the girls dance line, but the Minnesota High School League does not.
uthorities say at least one person is dead after a small plane crashed in the Mississippi River near Ramsey Friday evening.
Trying a new sport for the first time takes commitment and a little courage, and that was especially true for two girls on the St. Cloud Apollo swim team.