President Donald Trump is rolling out a new plan to combat opioid abuse across the United States.
The new mayor of Minneapolis has been on the job for just more than two months, during which he worked as the face of the city throughout the Super Bowl, the biggest event our area has seen in recent history.
International Women’s Day has been celebrated for decades, but this year, there is a renewed energy behind the cause because of movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp.
Many of the signs included messages such as “Gun control is just common sense,” and “Kids > NRA.”
Some good news for Minnesota: There’s an unexpected budget surplus.
The team plans to make the official move to Eagan during the first week of March.
Police and fire crews responded to a location on Royal Avenue just after 8 p.m. after someone called 911 reporting smoke.
If there’s any good news to come out of this storm, it is the temperature.
A United Airlines plane headed to Minneapolis from Houston ended up sliding off a runway in Green Bay early Friday morning.
St. Catherine University in St. Paul is reviewing its on-campus security procedures.
“It’s going to be a very bumpy ride … the ingredients for a highly contentious session are there,” Hamline professor David Schultz said.
The sister of a man struck by a driver in St. Paul Monday night said he is in serious condition.
For the second time in three weeks, our federal government has shut down and then re-opened again.
Despite a seventh mediation session, the St. Paul Federation of Teachers is still planning to strike.
All of the people arrested are awaiting charges. Most are from the greater Twin Cities area.
With just 2 weeks to go until the start of the new legislative session, a political showdown continues.
The Twin Cities has been buzzing with Super Bowl celebrities, but just what do they know about the Land of 10,000 Lakes?
Celebrities had one topic on the top of their minds Saturday — Minnesota’s bone-chilling weather.
Ahead of the Super Bowl, our state’s largest airport is bracing for the largest crowds it has ever seen.
On Wednesday morning, state officials rolled out a so-called “road map” for how they plan to fix the problems that have plagued MNLARS, Minnesota’s Licensing and Registration System.
At one point, some Vikings fans led a “SKOL” chant as the Eagles were being introduced.
The Super Bowl is more than a week away, but host city Minneapolis is kicking off a long run of special events and activities ahead of one of the world’s most watched events.
Perchloroethylene is a chemical solvent used to clean clothes by dry cleaners, but it has the potential to be harmful to humans and the environment.
In just 16 days, thousands of football fans will head to US Bank Stadium to watch Super Bowl 52 and the board in charge of overseeing the stadium wants to make sure the event is safe and successful.
This is the final week of training for Super Bowl volunteers and on Thursday morning about 70 people attended an educational session where they learned about how to recognize and report suspicious activity, sex trafficking and homelessness.