A 1,300-pound Victorian ice shanty should be on Lake Harriet, not here on 34th Avenue Northeast.
Minnesotans honored the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his last birthday.
Winter will return Wednesday night, and the timing will make for a tough morning.
The “coolest celebration on earth” is taking shape — construction on the main attraction has begun.
The bitter cold didn’t keep people from hitting the slopes Monday.
“It’s very very communal. You feel like you’re at a skate park or something where you do a few things and hang out and talk about them.”
While many of us are hoping for snow, plenty of folks are enjoying the mild conditions, especially those who work outdoors.
That hoodie from the Science Museum isn’t the only Minnesota connection to “Stranger Things 2.”
The national program is part of Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian organization that offers aid and relief.
In season two of the series, one of the show’s characters wore a retro brontosaurus sweatshirt from the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Cooking with fresh ingredients and eating healthy is often a challenge for many families with busy lifestyles.
After our coldest Halloween in 15 years, several inches of snow fell in central Minnesota and the Twin Cities Metro.
After last Friday’s debut, social media was buzzing when fans noticed a shoutout to Minnesota.
The NFL and the Super Bowl LII Host Committee are making the Twin Cities a bit more green.
The coldest air of the season is moving into Minnesota as a frost advisory goes into effect for Monday night through Tuesday morning in the Twin Cities.
Duane Koerner, a Corcoran resident of almost 30 years, was shocked when he made the discovery.
Thirty-five homes took part in the year long program to drastically reduce waste through recycling, composting and other methods.
Spanning four skyways in downtown St. Paul, artist Nancy Ann Coyne unveiled her exhibit — something that, for her, hits close to home.
Schaper Park is a 100-percent accessible playground, along with a ninja warrior-style challenge course.
A recent University of Minnesota Extension survey shows many of us are seriously over-watering.
One of the Twin Cities’ largest corporations is making sure students in need get the basic school essentials.
The big day finally arrived. And just like that, the eclipse came and went.
Normally security cameras are installed to catch bad or illegal acts. But a couple in Burnsville caught something else on their camera when their children got a surprise visit from a police officer.
A fundraiser to support brain cancer research was held Wednesday at Oxbow Creek Elementary School in Champlin.
For aspiring journalists, there’s no better way to spend summer break than in a St. Paul classroom.