Former Coach Remembers Minnesota Soldier Killed In AfghanistanA soldier with Minnesota ties who was killed on Tuesday while on patrol in Afghanistan is being honored by his former college swim coach.
Army Staff Sgt. Who Grew Up In Minnesota Killed In AfghanistanA U.S. Army Staff Sgt. who grew up in Minnesota was killed in Afghanistan Tuesday, according to a report from the Department of Defense.
'Fargo' Wood-Chipper On Public DisplayOne of the most iconic movie props in recent years is on display at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau beginning this weekend.
Vikings Stadium Unlikely At Farmer's Market SiteIt looks like the Vikings are down to only two potential sites for a new stadium. Hennepin County is no longer interested in being a partner in a stadium development near Target Field.
Minnesota Drinking Water Deemed 'Generally Safe'Most of the community water systems in Minnesota are meeting federal guidelines for quality and safety. In a news release, the Minnesota Department of Health called the state's 961 community water supply systems "generally safe."
Local Musician Tries To Be 'The Voice'A Twin Cities musician is going to be one of the first contestants on a reality TV show. "The Voice" on NBC seeks to find the next great singer.
Thieves Responsible For Nearly 40 Home BurglariesA group of burglars responsible for as many as 40 home break-ins has been caught.
More Prescription Drug 'Take Back' Events PlannedIt's time to start cleaning out your medicine cabinet. Events this weekend will allow Minnesotans to drop off old prescription and even over-the-counter drugs.
Sen. Franken Expects Answers From Apple SoonApple CEO Steve Jobs has not replied to Sen. Al Franken's letter about privacy concerns, but Franken expects answers soon.
Potential Taxes Detailed For Vikings StadiumThe Minnesota Department of Revenue has completed a study on how much money potential taxes would bring in for a new Vikings stadium.
Hottest Twin Cities Search Terms On GoogleGoogle has come out with a list of the 10 fastest rising terms that people in the Twin Cities are using.
Minnesota Lawmakers Prepare To Tackle BudgetMinnesota's deficit for the upcoming budget cycle has grown to $6.2 billion. On the flip side, the state has a $399 million surplus in the current budget year, which ends in June.