The “Big Game” has already meant big business for hundreds of Twin Cities companies.
Police are searching for the body of a missing Edina woman, as her boyfriend sits in an Arkansas jail.
From scanning a barcode to taking a survey, there are hundreds of apps that can save money and earn rewards.
Over the past 20 years, 11 college-age men have drowned in a popular and powerful river in western Wisconsin. Their deaths have been surrounded by rumors and conspiracy theories. Now, the sad history has inspired a Minnesota man’s new series of books.
As shoppers scramble to finish their shopping lists, the country’s largest mall is already looking ahead to the biggest football game of the year.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights has a mission to make the state discrimination free.
Law enforcement agencies consider this time of year a Christmas for criminals, from home and car break-in’s to swiping deliveries from your front door.
As transportation crews replace incandescent light bulbs to the more energy-efficient LED lights, they have found they do not handle snow as well as before.
The king of beers might need to make some room on the throne when the Super Bowl comes to town.
There is a sad twist in the tale of two sisters abandoned at birth some 50 years ago, and their current quest for answers.
A repair bill at the University of Minnesota is raising eyebrows as college mechanics fight for a better contract.
Bloomington has more hotels than any other city in the state, more than Minneapolis and St. Paul combined.
The reporter who first broke the sexual harassment story rocking the State Capitol is speaking out.
Those who experience it discover how just a small room and a table of tasks can quickly lead to frustration and heartbreak.
A Minnesota fisherman is helping veterans share their stories on a new TV show.
A standout student, the 20-year-old had a bright future ahead. That all changed Nov. 9, 2002.
This month puts the spotlight on raising awareness and preventing bullying — and two Minnesota moms are continuing to fight for changes after a video went viral.
The state is now sending a message to any other parents who believe they may have been duped by a Burnsville dentist.
He went to Las Vegas for his honeymoon, but ended up making news for what he did the night of a music festival massacre.
Taking a child to the dentist can be stressful enough, but one Twin Cities dentist is accused of doing unnecessary dental work on kids to cash in.
There is a push across Minnesota and the rest of the county in the month of October to find people with disabilities meaningful work.
La Belle Crepe announced last week it would close from construction losses but a meeting Thursday changed the owners’ mind.
A mechanic at the University of Minnesota is blowing the whistle after what he discovered in one building on campus.
More than 90 percent of Super Bowl volunteers are coming from Minnesota. You might be surprised how far some folks are willing to drive to be a part of it.
It claims United Healthcare denied mental health and substance abuse treatment coverage, violating insurance plans on a routine basis.