The unseasonably cool April temperatures, combined with poor field conditions and frozen turf, have led Minnesota high school sports officials to make a temporary change to the rules.
With baseball almost back and the snow finally disappearing, spring is in the air. The trade-off is all of the allergies since the melting started.
It’s been almost three years since the falls closed to boat traffic on the river. Since then, there’s been much less action in the area.
Residents in Carver County can say they top the list for living in the “healthiest county” in Minnesota, according to a new report.
Warmer temperatures are in the forecast this weekend, and that means maple syrup farmers are gearing up for the sap to flow.
Folks were digging out from several inches of Monday snow across the metro, but that nasty storm made for sounds of joy Tuesday.
The Paralympic Winter Games kick off next week, and two local snowboarders earned their spots on the U.S. Paralympic Snowboarding team.
Sophia the Humanoid Robot visited Century College in White Bear Lake on Tuesday.
Saturday’s record-breaking snow made for a parking nightmare for folks in the metro.
A Minnesota woman made history by being the first American to win an Olympic Gold medal in cross country skiing.
fter nearly two weeks of bold north temperatures we’re finally thawing out into the 40s this Wednesday.
Sting the library dog found himself sitting all alone one night last week at the White Bear Lake Library.
If you’re sick and tired of the brutal cold you’re not alone.
Owner Jeanne Martin, of Northfield, says Paws’ genetic trait comes in handy.
Fifteen-year-old Ashlyn has congenital heart disease. She’s already had five open heart surgeries. A heart transplant is her last hope.
As Minneapolis was in the national spotlight during Super Bowl LII, so were many of the state’s high school dance teams.
From the State Fair Turkey Leg to Andrew Zimmern’s Northwood’s Porketta Sandwhich, the Super Bowl LII menu at U.S. Bank Stadium is full of Minnesota love.
Monday has been nothing but slow going, white-knuckle driving with poor visibility and slick roads across the metro.
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.