After day two of Mission of Mercy’s free dental care for the needy outreach event at the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato, Minn., nearly 1,500 people received free care.
A life line has been thrown to some of Best Buy’s Geek Squad from an unlikely source. Minneapolis-based Target Stores is beginning a test program with cross town retailer Best Buy.
Whether part of the office pool or going it alone, millions of Minnesotans are banking on picking the right numbers for Wednesday night’s massive Powerball jackpot of $212 million.
Scores of venues will offer you the chance to raise your glass and watch the opening ceremonies on numerous big screens, but only a few will offer authentic British atmosphere.
Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson is moving fast to discredit the purported circumstances surrounding his arrest early Saturday morning in a Houston bar.
One good result of this year’s extreme weather in Minnesota is a bumper crop of honey from local bee farmers.
Some are calling this round of flooding along the Ponderosa point of Big Sandy Lake the worst since 1950.
The storm system over the Twin Cities is having an effect on air travel Thursday morning, and could throughout the day.
The computer glitch that erroneously sent out cancellation notices to more than 5,500 recipients of Minnesota Care is fixed.
It’s not your typical house party, in fact it’s an entire series of them tomorrow and it’s one groups “clarion call” against the Minnesota Marriage Amendment.
The hunt continues Friday morning for the man behind the abduction of a Pope County woman.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services will consider Friday how to best use recently received Federal money to put more fresh produce on the tables of the state’s food stamp recipients.
A group representing 80 former Catholic priests from throughout the state of Minnesota gathered at the Lake Harriet band stand this morning to encourage a no vote on the marriage initiative for the Minnesota Constitution.
Facebook boosted the size of its initial public offering by as much as $3 billion on Wednesday as some major stockholders sharply increased the number of shares they intend to sell as part of Friday’s IPO.
Some 2,000 Minnesota Red Bulls and more than 45,000 other National Guard troops nationwide are only a single vote away from having a much needed financial benefit restored to their military service package.