For the first time, solid numbers are being collected in Minnesota on how concussions really affect high school athletes.
October is National Fire Prevention Month across the country, so many local departments are taking extra initiative to show how fires can be prevented.
There’s a program at a Twin Cities hospital that’s helping kids cope with the pain.
Many out there want to try painting but are nervous about trying it unless they’re around other beginners. There’s a new spot in the Twin Cities now that offers classes to let those painters release their inner Vincent Van Gogh.
Halloween is still several weeks away yet already, some stores are getting ready for Christmas.
Warehouse retailers Sam’s Club and Costco offer low prices with an upfront membership fee that can cost up to $110 a year. According to a retail expert, the membership can be worth the cost, but shoppers have to use it often.
Frightmares at Buck Hill lost a haunted house earlier this fall in a mysterious fire.
Looking for a good scare this month as we head towards Halloween? The ‘Frightmares’ at Buck Hill in Burnsville will open Friday.
In the past year hundreds of libraries have opened up in the Twin Cities. These libraries, however, are much small than traditional ones and are popping up in neighborhoods around the world.
A Minneapolis woman is hoping her dog can help save other canines from a dangerous and often deadly situation. Dog fighting is now a felony in all 50 states, but Cindy Schlichting believes more needs to be done to stop it.
Friends and family will gather Sunday to pay their respects to the owner of a Minneapolis signage firm, who was killed in a shooting rampage.
It’s pretty common for high school athletes to suffer an injury, but some schools could use more medical equipment to help those kids recover.
There’s no question times are still tough for many small business owners. An arcade owner in Hopkins has never had it harder.
There are apple orchards around the Twin Cities that are recovering from a rough start to the season.
It is sure to be an exciting night at Washburn High School in Minneapolis. The school is dedicating a brand new athletic field at Friday night’s football game against rival Southwest.
Visitors can have a blast this autumn with a new attraction at a Twin Cities corn maze. Sever’s Corn Maze in Shakopee is known for always having a new theme and design for its more than 10-acre crop maze.
Looking to find your dream home? This weekend is the annual Minnesota Homes by Architects Tour.
St. Paul has emerged as the big winner in a new way of handing out state bonding money, with $25 million set aside for a new stadium for the minor league Saints baseball team.
Minneapolis Police say they’ve made an arrest in a stabbing death that took place in the city more than 30 years ago.
Gas prices usually drop after Labor Day, but some Twin Cities drivers have been paying around $4 per gallon this week for regular unleaded fuel.
Tuesday marks 11 years since the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Virginia and the crash of United Airlines flight 93 in Pennsylvania.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers are just a couple days away from starting their fourth season in their new football stadium. And for the first time, Gopher fans will be able to buy beer there.
It’s an exciting day for hundreds of thousands of kids across Minnesota as many of them head back to school for the first time since the beginning of summer. Tuesday also marks the first day for many students here in the Twin Cities.
If you’re planning to go to the Minnesota State Fair on Thursday, be prepared to sweat. Officials with the Minnesota State Fair have a plan for all the fair-goers, and they actually issued their Heat Plan for the day
It’s Military Appreciation Day out at the Minnesota State Fair. Gov. Mark Dayton made an appearance a little while ago at the Carousel Park stage to recognize recently returned service members from all branches of the military and their families.