Bruce Hagevik never expected to become a news reporter — just a radio announcer.
More than 500,000 Minnesotans receive food support and Minnesota FoodShare is doing all it can to meet the demand.
The St. Paul Winter Carnival Grand Day parade is Saturday afternoon and is just one of several activities that will take place as part of the carnival.
Several thousand people will gather on the state capitol grounds in St. Paul Sunday afternoon on the anniversary of the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion.
A highly-respected former WCCO Radio news anchor and editor, Rich Holter, has died at age 72. He had numerous health problems in recent years.
Law enforcement officers early Sunday removed about a dozen tents set up by Occupy Minnesota.
A major fire in the Minnesota Iron Range city of Babbitt destroyed the town’s only grocery store and drug store.
Thousands of Xcel Energy customers were still without power Tuesday morning following heavy thunderstorms that pounded parts of the Twin Cities Monday.
The inability of the U.S. House and Senate to reach agreement on the debt ceiling debate is creating an uncertainty which is holding back economic recovery according to Minnesota Senator Al Franken.
People living in rural Minnesota have less access to health care than city residents. That finding comes in a study commissioned by UnitedHealth Center for Health Reform and Modernization, a Minnetonka-based insurer.
Minnesotans with ties to Norway are in a state of shock after the massacre that happened in Oslo on Friday.
Metropolitan State University in the Twin Cities is graduating its first class of seven students who will be licensed to perform basic dental work normally done by a dentist.
A tornado has ripped through north Minneapolis and the temperature has reached 103. That’s all happened before the official start of summer, which will be at 12:16 p.m. Tuesday.
Violent extremism, community policing and civil rights are among the issues being discussed at a Saturday summit for Somali youth in the Twin Cities.
It was so hot Tuesday afternoon that Travail Kitchen and Amusements in Robbinsdale closed for the day.
Crews have been working the past few weeks preparing Fort Snelling National Cemetery in the Twin Cities for the annual Memorial Day program Monday.
The Twin Cities branch of the Salvation Army has set a goal of $1 million to help victims of the north Minneapolis tornado.
All four U.S. senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are behind a proposal which would clear the way for a new bridge over the St. Croix River at Stillwater.
The public is invited to a memorial program Thursday night celebrating the life of the late Harmon Killebrew.
Several shots were fired inside Lindee’s Saloon and Eatery in Hopkins Tuesday morning.
The National Weather Service has concluded that the deadly tornado that swept north Minneapolis was either a strong EF1 or an EF2.
Every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a stroke — and every four minutes somebody dies of stroke.
Officials said Wednesday that used car prices are at their highest levels in about 16 years. The reason: Low supply and a growing demand.
The Minnesota House approved repeal of the law that allows police to stop and tag a motorist for not wearing a seat belt.
For the fifth consecutive year Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has been named among the top pediatric hospitals in the nation. That’s according to a study by U.S. News.