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.
The summer unemployment rate for Minnesota teenagers is expected to remain high.
In the most recent incident, a 61-year-old man was attacked by a group of men. But the victim, who was an ex-marine, had a gun and shot off a couple of rounds. He told police he may have hit one of the suspected robbers.
A new Minnesota Poll shows 72 percent of respondents supporting an expansion of gambling.
It’s a colorful celebration including a parade, food, stages and a lot more. The 29th annual Cinco de Mayo celebration continues through Saturday on the west side of St. Paul.
Approximately 400 blind and visually impaired bowlers from around the country will compete in a national bowling tournament in Bloomington, Minn.