“The Dark Knight Rises” had all the expectations of a summer blockbuster: strong reviews, midnight showings and fans who dressed up as heroes and villains for the occasion.
The show is going on at most movie theaters in the Twin Cities on Friday despite the tragedy that took place in Aurora, Colo., Friday morning.
Such a sad story of one of the victims of today’s senseless shooting.
Former WCCO over-night host Al Malmberg reported on the terrible fires near his home in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Rick Santorum stirs his ever-growing crowds when he promises to right a country awash in “immoral debt” and to replace an administration he argues has “callousness toward life and family and faith.”
President Barack Obama on Thursday will free 10 states from the strict and sweeping requirements of the No Child Left Behind law, giving leeway to states that promise to improve how they prepare and evaluate students, The Associated Press has learned.
Republican Rick Santorum is planning some last-minute campaigning in each of the three states holding presidential contests Tuesday.
Long skeptical of Mitt Romney, tea party activists are either warming up to the GOP presidential front-runner or reluctantly backing him after abandoning hope of finding a nominee they like better.
Brian Lucas scored on a 1-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter, and Minnesota-Duluth rallied past previously unbeaten CSU-Pueblo 24-21 on Saturday in a second-round NCAA Division II playoff game.
For 11 years, Shjon Podein played in the National Hockey League. At times he was an enforcer, not afraid to drop the gloves for little fisticuffs.
Annual pool party gets wild!!! Back to school party advertised through Facebook attracts 4,000. 10 people are hospitalized. Oh, and there are photos….
Nelson was on vacation in Colorado at the time. He was 58 years old and had been an employee with Hammer for 34 years.
Thirty-nine-year-old Greg Watson of Minneapolis was killed Thursday after his safety cord got tangled in a hard-rock construction drill and pulled him into the spinning auger.
Colorado provided 42 percent of Xcel Energy profits during the second quarter of 2011.
Xcel Energy Inc. and its Colorado subsidiary were acquitted of criminal charges Tuesday in the deaths of five workers at a hydroelectric plant tunnel in the mountains west of Denver.