Chicken wings have come a long way since their humble beginnings in Buffalo, New York 50 years ago. Fried, tossed in buffalo sauce and dipped in blue cheese, you can’t beat them — but who’s got the best in Minnesota? The wings at Ray J’s American Grill in Woodbury, according to WCCO viewers.
A local music star is suffering a big loss while on the road. According to Doomtree.net, the tour van of rapper and singer Dessa was burglarized Friday night, with thieves stealing crucial equipment for their shows. The singer/songwriter says her band lost computers, camera gear, merchandise and cash. It happened during a tour stop in Buffalo, N.Y. As police search for the stolen gear, Dessa started a fundraising page to replace those items. Fans have already contributed more than $20,000 as of Saturday evening.
Incoming senior, Emma Rodelius, was going to be the yearbook’s editor-in-chief. But the photograph that so suddenly shocked the community is of a three-vehicle crash just southwest of town.
Bob Rasset spent hours, at the Regency Hair Institute in Minnetonka getting ready for the big night. His granddaughter was coloring his hair pink, to get him ready for the Tough Enough To Wear Pink Rodeo in Buffalo.
Two 3-year-old boys were trampled by buffaloes Friday in Otter Tail County, and their condition is unknown at the time, according to authorities.
Police in Buffalo said they are looking for a suspect after the McDonald’s restaurant in Buffalo was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday night.
Authorities say a 27-year-old man from Buffalo suffered serious and life-threatening injuries after being hit by a train in Wright County Wednesday morning.
Josh Harding was back at practice for the Wild today and looked good. Matt Cullen skated before the workout, but there’s still no time table on his return.
Aiming for their first playoff run in 10 years, the Minnesota Wild weren’t afraid to go big and get a player like Jason Pominville for the push.
A Buffalo nursing home worker has been fired after a vulnerable resident was allegedly asked to drink a mixture of cranberry juice, egg and ketchup.
A daycare provider in Wright County is accused of assaulting an 11-month-old child after the baby had a fractured leg, bruises and abrasions because the baby was “being fussy,” according to charges filed Wednesday.
It’s getting to be that busy time of the winter in high school sports. Playoff brackets have been set in girls hockey, with other sports not behind.
The man accused of vandalizing six churches in the Buffalo area has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial.
In the market for a pregnant buffalo? Then western South Dakota’s Custer State Park is the place to be Saturday.
It’s hard to believe that the regular season is over in high school football, and now every team in the state will be playing this week with a little more desperation. It’s now the playoffs, and it’s what every player looks forward to when they hit the field in August for two-a-day practices.
It seems hard to fathom, but western settlement nearly wiped out the nation’s bison herd — some 30 to 60 million animals. That herd stretched from Minnesota’s grasslands to the Rocky Mountains. But over the years, hard work has brought the bison back.
The motive behind a Buffalo man’s church vandalism spree is more clear – it was Wade Murray’s anger with God.
The man believed to have vandalized six churches in Buffalo, Minn., over the weekend has been arrested, police say.
Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook and tight end Kyle Rudolph are recovering from concussions.
A Wisconsin woman is making a name for herself in the music industry with her one-of-a-kind guitar straps.
This week in Finding Minnesota, we went to the international fish market that Minnesota restaurants have turned to for 31 years.
Minnesota police officers are concerned that a group of jewelry store robbers could get more violent. They’ve hit 13 stores so far, including Douglas Diamonds in Faribault, which was caught on surveillance tape.
It’s a sports fan’s favorite time of the year. The state boys hockey tournament is in full swing, the boys basketball section playoffs are underway and the NCAA tournament is just around the corner.
Three people were indicted last Thursday in federal court for allegedly using counterfeit checks at multiple Target locations to purchase an amount of items totaling more than $12,000, according to court documents.
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