An 18-year-old from north Minneapolis today signed a letter of intent to play at an Ivy League school.
Two men are facing murder charges in the death of a 79-year-old St. Paul woman earlier this month. Myong Gossel, 79, was found dead in her east side home on the 2300 block of Nokomis Avenue on Jan. 4. She died of blunt force trauma.
Hockey teams from around the country took the ice early Friday morning as part of the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
Two of Prince’s siblings have filed documents in Carver County District Court, claiming mismanagement of money from the Prince Tribute concert.
One man is in custody following the death of an Eagan woman and her unborn child Tuesday evening.
Police hope the public can help them identify the persons responsible for robbing six coffee shops in the past two months.
Police have made an arrest in connection with the death of a grandmother in north Minneapolis last year.
A Lexington man has been charged in connection with a crash that left three Rogers High School students critically injured.
Police are looking for the person who took a loaded rifle from inside a Ramsey County Sheriff deputy’s vehicle.
Minnesota Wild fans are in hockey heaven as the team looks to build on its momentum during this second half of the season.
Many people across the Twin Cities used their day off today to truly honor Dr. King by serving others.
The Minnesota judge overseeing Prince’s estate holds a hearing Thursday on whether to declare his siblings as his heirs, and who should manage the rock superstar’s estate going forward.
Between all the fender benders, spin-outs and head on-collisions, this week’s slick and snowy roads have been causing headaches for Twin Cities drivers.
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar says it’s “long overdue” that Backpage.com, an advertising website frequently linked to cases of sex trafficking, shut down its adult section in the U.S.
Forty-eight hours after firing their head football coach, the University of Minnesota has named a new team leader. But not all fans are welcoming coach P.J. Fleck with open arms.
A woman attacked for not speaking English in a Minnesota restaurant is talking about how she found the capacity to forgive.
When the temperatures drop, Minnesotans respond with big coats, hats, gloves and all things that can keep you warm.
Two protesters who took their fight against U.S. Bank to the rafters of the Vikings stadium are speaking out.
Homeless advocates hope the new legislative session brings about new funding to complete the second phase of St. Paul’s new Dorothy Day Place.
A man searching for drugs wound up stealing a car that happened to have 3 children inside. It happened Christmas Eve night in the Loring Park neighborhood.
Free rides on buses and trains could keep drunk drivers off the road this holiday weekend.
A Ramsey County woman will serve six months behind bars for attacking a woman at a Coon Rapids restaurant last fall.
A look inside file cabinets left untouched for years uncovers history of the Minneapolis Police Department not known until now.
WCCO Radio’s Eric Nelson interviewed Lee Hutton, the former Gopher player who’s the attorney for the ten suspended players, on Thursday. Hutton said players are mainly taking issue with the lack of respect to due process in Coyle and Kaler’s decision and the lack of support from the university.
The winter storm comes at a bad time for those who still have Christmas shopping to do.