Life Story: Judy Ann GentzJudy Ann Gentz was a second- and third-grade teacher at Olson Elementary School in Bloomington for more than 20 years.
Bloomington Teen's Clown Post Leads To ArrestBloomington police say they arrested a 13-year-old boy after he posted what they're calling implied violence against Valleyview Middle School.
Fundraising Walk Raises Money For Children With Apraxia Of SpeechA fundraising walk took place on Sunday to raise money for children with apraxia of speech.
Best Spicy Food Restaurants In MinnesotaFive Minnesota establishments offer fare spicy enough for the most seasoned palate.
Best Minnesota Spots For A Mani PediMinnesota has a whole host of options, from affordable finds to luxurious locales for decking out your digits, softening your soles and pampering yourself.
Police: Pedestrian Dies After Being Trapped Under Commercial VehicleA crash is being investigated after a pedestrian was struck and killed in Bloomington Monday morning.
Best Upcoming Pro Wrestling Shows Near MinnesotaSee it live and up close this fall. Professional wrestling action promises to be brash, carnal and volatile.
Woman Charged With Pawning Sister's Jewelry, iPadA 56-year-old woman faces felony theft charges after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars' worth of jewelry from her sister.
DeRusha Eats: Urbana Craeft Kitchen In BloomingtonThe Bloomington Hyatt Regency’s team cooks for room service, a quick-serve market, the sit-down Urbana Craeft Kitchen restaurant, and hundreds of meetings and events.
Bloomington Man Hurt After Backyard ExplosionA Bloomington man was hospitalized with serious burns after an explosion in his backyard that led to a brief neighborhood evacuation Thursday evening, police said.
Bloomington Police Host Annual Safe Summer NightsHundreds turned out in Bloomington Wednesday night to discuss recent events with police officers. Bloomington Police hosted their annual Safe Summer Nights event outside Valley View Elementary.
Pool Closes For 24 Hours Following 'Fecal Release'That’s the phrase officials in Bloomington used to explain why the Family Aquatic Center closed on Tuesday, a day when highs in the metro reached close to 90 degrees.