When building a Halloween display, it can be difficult to know when to stop.
“Our bodies don’t know the difference if we’re genuinely laughing or we fake it. What happens either way is this wonderful physical stuff.”
A teen author wanted to provide aspiring writers with an outlet, so came up with the idea of a free publishing company exclusive to teen authors.
Minnesotans are now bracing for how President Trump’s changes to the Obama-era health care laws could impact them.
Each year, at the end of September, UFFDA hosts dozens of participants for one weekend, giving them access and the resources to bag a deer.
One man is behind bars suspected of starting a deadly apartment fire in Minneapolis.
Minnesota’s Reading and Math Corps is looking to fill a few hundred more openings to help students in schools across the state.
The holiday shopping season isn’t far off and some toy makers are relying on Minnesota students to try to determine what will be a hit.
The greatest success story out of the University of Minnesota’s Horticulture Science Program is rooted in a single apple tree.
A retail shop in Tonka Bay, Minnesota, isn’t typically a first stop in hurricane recovery but Chrissy Farley is looking to change that.
In fishing, many anglers define success in the day’s catch. For Lisa Murphy and Courtney Darst, the real reward is the chance to share their knowledge and recruit other women into their beloved sport.
More than two-dozen teams participated in the seventh annual Wilderness Inquiry’s Great River Race in St. Paul’s Hidden Falls Regional Park.
A special ceremony remembering the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, is slated for Monday night at U.S. Bank Stadium ahead of the Minnesota Vikings home opener against the New Orleans Saints.
Unlike his neighbors in Blomkest, Bill Dykstra isn’t growing commercial crops. His garden is more a labor of love.
Minnesota’s archbishop is the latest voice to criticize the decision to end the protections of young undocumented immigrants.
When Art Blakey started as a State Fair officer, Blakey was one of just 25 officers. He now oversees a staff of 350.
While all Minnesota State Fair booths are hoping to turn a profit, a select few are using some of their earnings to help a greater cause.
The Minnesota State Fair has a rich history that dates back more than 130 years.
To celebrate the centennial, the NHL is making pit stops around North America, including here at the State Fair.
University of Minnesota researchers have gathered a lot of data at the Great Minnesota Get-Together in the fight against skin cancer.
There’s so much competition to make the new foods list, the fair can only pick so many.
The flowers are set up on a Monday, then judging happens and the flowers are gone by Tuesday.
Two years in business and Hagen and Oats have found success in the motto, “two sisters and some tools.”
Stray and injured animals in Pequot Lakes, Minnesota, now have a new resource for care.
Preparation is often the key to winning any contest. For Max Bjorklund, success is also about teamwork.