The woman critically injured in a police chase-turned-crash in Minnetonka last week also lost her family’s dog in the collision.
Two years ago, she was beaten by her father and wasn’t expected to survive.
Minneapolis police are hunting for a killer who gunned down a community activist just outside his mother’s front door.
Pictures stolen from the social media pages of Minnesota service members are being used to scam money out of unsuspecting people looking for love.
You might have noticed people wearing blue Monday in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day. It’s meant to promote greater understanding and acceptance of the developmental disorder.
Thursday night, the Rocori Public School Board will narrow down the number of candidates applying for the job of district superintendent.
Mounds View City Administrator Nyle Zikmund says earlier this week, crews got an alert about a clog of flushable wipes stuck in the system.
New research shows sweating can help release dangerous toxins they build up in their bodies from fighting fires.
The Minnesota State Patrol is looking to add to its force. But you won’t need a background in law enforcement to join the ranks.
School officials in Prior Lake are warning parents about the dangers associated with a game played with a Nerf gun.
Michael Campbell, Ria Patel’s boyfriend, crashed into a traffic signal at Stinson Boulevard Northeast and Ridgeway Parkway.
The attack happened at the Chicago and Lake Streets Transit Center in south Minneapolis.
The city of Hastings is hoping the redevelopment of one of its oldest buildings along the Mississippi river will help bring attention to its historic downtown.
A movement is underway to stop the retrial of a Twin Cities mother of six.
Thursday, a man learned he will spend 24 years in prison for stabbing and killing a woman in Minneapolis.
The faces behind the movement say when they tell others that Patrick Henry was a slave owner, it helps them understand why they want a name change.
Market BBQ is leaving its downtown location along Nicollet Mall. But, you’ll still be able to get their smoked meats and sandwiches.
Federal agents are seizing dozens of guns and bombs from the home of a student who threatened another student, police say.
Students say the famous Virginian’s past as a slave owner was enough to make them want a change.
O’Gara’s Bar and Grill has called the corner of Selby and Snelling Avenues home for 77 years.
More than 200 immigrants living in Minnesota became the newest citizens of the United States on Wednesday.
For many, it was the end of a long journey.
An exhibit at a University of Minnesota library is celebrating African-American history.
As yet another snowstorm moves through Minnesota, the roads are already getting dangerous.
Up-and-coming Minneapolis gospel artist Jovonta Patton does it again. The independent artist’s newest single is number on the Gospel Digital Songs Chart.
A Minneapolis music landmark says construction is really shaking things up for customers.