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.
Ready to party like it’s 1999 at the Minnesota State Fair? The State Fair is honoring Minnesota’s own Prince by hosting Unite in Purple Day!
Ice cream and frozen treats always have a long line at the fair when the temperatures rise, and that’s no different for the Minnesnowii shaved ice.
There is a distinct sound echoing from the poultry barns at the Minnesota State Fair. And this year, it’s never been so welcome.
It may look like the typical opening day at the Minnesota State Fair, but for Mary and Dean VanDerWerf, this is more than just the start of The Great Minnesota Get-Together.
If there’s any doubt a lot of preparation goes into the State Fair, look no further than Bill Foss’s pumpkin patch.
Tator tots have long been a part of our diet here in Minnesota, but tot boss is taking them to a new level.
There’s one gallery in Minneapolis that’s known for its one-of-a-kind pieces, because they push the envelope on what many consider conventional art.
The game of basketball is offering a different kind of therapy for military veterans living with a disability.
A 21-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of punching his 4-month-old daughter who later died of her injuries in the hospital.
Ten-year-old Gavin Pierson spent half his life battling a brain tumor he nicknamed Joe Bully.
A judge will now be the one to decide if a minimum wage increase in Minneapolis will go on the November ballot.
The classic car circuit is all about putting craftsmanship on display.
Poultry is making its return to the county fair scene after a one year hiatus over fears of bird flu.
Flash flooding during Wednesday’s heavy rain caused some frightening moments for one Roseville couple.
During the first year, the toilet bowl races were nothing more than an old latrine strapped on a red wagon and pushed down a hill.
A Twin Cities family is sharing their story with the hope of raising awareness of domestic violence.
The group Black Lives Matter is calling off a planned protest at the Rosedale Mall Sunday afternoon.
The effort to find for a missing 26-year-old man who fell into the St. Croix River has been suspended again due to dangerous conditions.
Numerous marches and rallies are taking place throughout the country similar to the days of the civil rights movement. That had us asking the Good Question, what is the most effective way to protest?
Our neighbors in Wisconsin may have a reputation for cheese, but Minnesota has its own bragging rights.