More than 300 volunteers are desperately hoping to find a woman who’s been missing for five days.
A 31-year-old Cold Spring police officer who was known as a hometown boy and the department jokester will be laid to rest Wednesday.
The holiday season is off to a rough start for a Christmas tree stand in St. Paul.
Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer will survive, but their lives will never be the same.
The shopping’s not done yet. Wedged between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, which has shoppers heading out to their local stores.
Mall of America is getting ready for the big rush of shoppers. The plan is to have all the decorations set for Black Friday. Extra help is hired to put up all the tinsel and lights. The work started right after Halloween, and is still going on.
It’s the morning beverage of choice for most, but many people are ruining perfectly good coffee on a daily basis.
The big Minneapolis Kennel Club Dog Show is this weekend, and along with all the dogs on display young handlers will be competing as well.
This morning we’re putting another popular “As Seen On TV” product to the test in our “Does It Really Work” series. It’s called the “Tasty Tortilla Pan.” This one makes taco and tortilla shells without frying.
We’re testing out another popular “As Seen on TV” product on Tuesday in our “Does it Really Work” series on consumer products. The “Dual Draft Stopper” goes at the base of a door or window to keep the draft out.
This morning we’re testing out a popular “As Seen on TV” product to see if it really works. This product claims to be a secure way to hang anything on your walls in seconds.
There’s one small Twin Cities company off to a blazing fast start by being the first to market disposable iPad sleeves. The idea for Chef Sleeve was born in the kitchen.
Tomorrow night, music legend and Minnesota native Bob Dylan will take over the Xcel Energy Center. When a big act plays at “The X” the venue typically gives them a thank you gift, as a way for the artists to remember the Twin Cities.
A local coffee company is celebrating a big milestone: 10 years in business. But this isn’t your typical coffee company. The money made helps young people land jobs.
The most popular new club at Totino-Grace High School started by accident. Students at first weren’t trying to start a ping pong club, but they did anyway.