The owner of Surdyk’s is ready to pay a bigger fine in order to keep their doors open longer.
People in the African-American community are finding more than spiritual guidance at church.
This year when you get your fishing license, you have the opportunity to save a life.
Cristo Rey is 99 percent students of color, 90 percent qualify for free or reduced lunch.
St. Paul police are looking for the person who passed bad checks and cheated several girls scout troops out of 600 boxes of cookies.
A 26-year-old bike courier is lucky to be alive after he was hit by a van while riding his bike.
A new law takes effect Monday in Minnesota that is the first of its kind in the nation.
Students at the High School for the Recording Arts are celebrating the life of one of their own.
May is Brain Cancer Awareness Month, and a group of Minnesotans are Heading to the Hill to advocate with other survivors.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
Search crews are attempting to locate a University of Minnesota student who went missing in the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis Tuesday evening.
More than 200 active work zones are scheduled throughout the state of Minnesota this construction season.
The mayor and police chief in St. Paul Friday stood side by side with members of the community to speak out against gun violence.
For those who can count themselves among Prince’s inner circle, playing the music that made him a legend brings about mixed emotions.
Many have been taking in all the sights that have a connection to the Minnesota native who became an international icon.
The first female police chief in Minneapolis is making a push to increase the number of women in the department.
The family of a man shot and killed by St. Paul police announced Thursday a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city and the officers.
A popular Minneapolis lunch spot is warning fellow restaurants of a scam – and they say the proof is on camera.
Firefighters across the country and in Minnesota are fighting to make sure every new home has a fire sprinkler system.
After 25 years of bringing live music to the people who love it, a legendary St. Paul nightclub is closing its doors.
A fast-moving grass fire hurt a man trying to burn a pile of leaves in Andover Friday morning. And another fire got away from a homeowner in Inver Grove Heights Friday afternoon.
The lawyer who hit and killed a jogger in a St. Paul crosswalk earlier this year was in the middle of a 23-minute active data session when the fatal collision occurred, according an AT&T forensic report cited in a search warrant.
The announcement comes the same day the St. Paul City Council approves a $2 million settlement for the man at the center of that arrest.
Civil rights activist Nekima Levy-Pounds, a prominent figure in the Black Lives Matter movement, says she will not seek the endorsement of the DFL party in her run for mayor of Minneapolis.
“Objective Zero” is launching an app that will give veterans in crisis 24-hour access to help.