A Republican lawmaker is questioning how MNsure staff spends its time a week before open enrollment starts.
State lawmakers have no scheduled plans to discuss the rising health care premiums set to affect thousands of Minnesotans.
In a presidential election, politics tends to pop up in unexpected places. In Red Wing, party preference is found in freshly-baked treats.
From unsafe heating sources, to cooking dangers and light decorations, the winter months are the busiest and often deadliest for firefighters.
Starting Sunday, striking nurses at five Allina hospitals will head back to their jobs.
A Salvation Army dispatcher wants the thieves who stole his trailer to do the right thing and return his property.
Drivers who travel one busy highway in the west metro will need to find a different route starting Monday.
There’s no denying the beauty that lines the shores of Lake Pepin. However, some of its most majestic sights can only be seen from a distance. So, Dave Dybsand wanted to change that by bringing people closer to the eagles.
Many Minnesota fans at the Ryder Cup showed that team support goes beyond quiet applause.
A Twin Cities rescue group is calling it one of the most severe cases of neglect and injury they have ever seen.
Students at Minnetonka High School are wearing purple Thursday to honor a classmate killed while crossing Highway 7.
Twelve-year-old Tyler,3-year-old Layla, and their mother, Tia Nustad, died when the flames overtook the home early Saturday morning just outside Watertown.
Two brothers found a way to improvise and bring the game they loved to their back yard.
An FBI official says investigators are viewing an attack at a Minnesota mall in which a man stabbed nine people as a possible act of terrorism.
In just two days, the Minnesota Vikings officially kick off the season in their brand new stadium. Vikings fans are already beginning their pregame preparations well before the actual matchup.
In less than three weeks, golf fans from around the world will descend on Chaska for the Ryder Cup Tournament.
It has been an emotional week for Minnesotans who have followed Jacob Wetterling’s disappearance. The 27-year-old mystery came to an end last Friday when authorities recovered his remains from a farm in Paynesville.
The Minnesota DFL Party wants Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate removed from the state ballot.
So far, more than 1.7 million visitors have entered the gates of the Minnesota State Fair, nearing the all-time record set just two years ago.
With so many options for food at the Minnesota State Fair it can be a bit overwhelming on where to begin. So knowing that your money goes back to a good cause may make the decision a little easier.
For many Minnesotans you cannot talk about St. Joseph without thinking of Jacob Wetterling.
They waited years for the chance to bring their frybread food to the State Fair and they already having a following, which isn’t always easy.
Both fair-goers and the workers in the food booths are doing everything possible to stay cool.
There is a right-of-passage in Minnesota’s lake communities when one learns to ride the water’s surface.
There are 32 new foods at the State Fair this year, but there are also several other new foods that aren’t featured on the official list.