Jennifer Shea Hedberg and her husband, Tom, are the artists behind a South Minneapolis tradition known as the Middlemoon Creekwalk.
What started as a homicide investigation Saturday night turned into a high-speed chase with police dodging gunfire.
A start-up company with Minnesota ties is making that possible by using your shopping history and turning it to cash.
Two people were robbed last month while trying to make sales through an app. But a tech-savvy St. Paul police officer identified the thief.
Credit card skimmers that are installed into the gas pump allow thieves to steal your information when you fill up your vehicle.
We’ve all heard about the benefits of massage. It can be a stress reliever, promote blood flow and reduce muscle strain. One Twin Cities woman is showing the same idea applies to dogs.
Dan Hansen is one of the cyclists who prefer one wheel over two during his commute from northeast Minneapolis to downtown.
While many Minnesotans are enjoying this mild January, the warmer weather is forcing some changes to one winter festival.
Rob Evans will never shy away from Minnesota’s windy winter days.
Since mid-December, law enforcement agencies have worked together to bring charges against six men accused of aiding and abetting sex trafficking.
Six years ago, she was the unintended victim in a drive-by shooting, but Guadalupe Galeno-Hernandez never let her paralyzing injury stop her.
Anyone planning that tropical getaway can take advantage of some really good deals right now.
The quest for knowledge often requires a search of the past. A plethora of information lies in the stacks at the Hennepin County Library.
In just a few hours, we will say goodbye to 2016 and ring in the new year. Bars and restaurants are getting ready for a busy night.
Saturday, the Minnesota Wild will take the ice in what’s arguably the most highly anticipated game in the NHL, right now.
Millions of Americans are beginning this holiday weekend with catching a flight or packing up the car for a road trip.
The money raised will pay off lunch balances for nearly 2,000 students who don’t qualify for the free lunch program.
One of the easiest ways to show off the holiday spirit is with a string of lights, and one homeowner in Maple Grove built a display that illuminates an entire block.
The father of the 2-year-old boy who died after being in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 494 is sharing memories of his son’s short life.
Bethany Nelson works with impoverished and working poor families. She sees the impact food security can bring to those in need.
It will feature a canopy to protect fans and players from the elements, a retail store, club seating and much more.
According to family, a third person has died from a weekend crash caused by a wrong way driver. Two-year-old Payton Bailey passed away at the hospital.
A home in the west Twin Cities metro is likely a total loss after a fire Thursday morning.
The wife of a missing Waconia man is thanking the community for the love and support in the search for her husband.
A new light installation is attracting a new crowd to the arboretum through the cold weather months.