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.
Every year, thousands of families have to surrender their cat or dog due to circumstances beyond their control, and one Twin Cities organization wants to change that.
The malls and shopping centers weren’t the only places bringing in big crowds on Black Friday. Many skipped the shopping rush, opting to spend the day in nature instead. They took advantage of free admittance in Minnesota’s state parks.
The Minnesota Vikings don’t need home-field advantage for fans to show their purple pride. Team allegiance carries through no matter where and when the game is played.
One of Minnesota’s largest floral and garden centers is making a big change to its insect pest management.
While some of us wanted our warm November to continue, others can’t wait to get out and enjoy all the snow.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed and created hundreds of homes and commercial buildings throughout the country, but he left something unique in Cloquet — home to the only service station designed by the legendary architect.
A Twin Cities couple got a big surprise during their baby’s gender reveal party, but it wasn’t the outcome they expected.
A story of stolen property is now one of generosity for one Twin Cities man.
Researchers at Mayo Clinic are conducting a groundbreaking clinical study that uses a patient’s own cancer cells and placing them in an “avatar.”
Scattered along the chain link are dozens of different locks from couples following a tradition that started a half a world away.
Blue Star Mothers of America is asking that you donate your excess Halloween candy to a good cause.
In the first couple of days, the state’s health insurance program has signed up 10,000 people for coverage.
Nine days ahead of the election and more than a quarter of a million Minnesotans have already cast their ballot.
Three people died in separate shootings over the last three days and police are still looking to make arrests in all the cases.
At just 12 years old, Charlie Dilla knows how to find the balance between fear and fun. He converted his family’s garage into a haunted house.
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.