Many anglers are getting a few final hours of fishing in before fish houses have to be off the ice. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says houses located south of the State must be off the ice by midnight Monday.
The owner of Gabe’s Rinkside Bar and Grill says curling is becoming a sport that’s surging in popularity, and that’s why his new bar in Blaine is ahead of the times.
The woman accused of kidnapping a baby boy last week from a south Minneapolis apartment made her first court appearance Monday.
Minnesota has accepted a federal offer to put more low-income people on a state-fashioned Medicaid program with the costs falling to the federal government.
The owners of 612 Brew were shooting for a December 2012 opening for their new northeast Minneapolis tap room, but delays forced them to wait almost two extra months. In the end, it was exactly what they needed.
The mayor of Minneapolis wants to reduce gun violence in the city and he’s taking a new approach.
Former Republican Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch is breaking her silence about her resignation.
The “Coolest Celebration on Earth” got underway last Thursday as the St. Paul Winter Carnival kicked off, and so did the ice carving contest in Rice Park. A total of six teams competed for the title.
Many in the Twin Cities were enjoying the spring-like weather Friday. Some even opted for the sidewalks versus the Skyway.
On Wednesday, the Minneapolis City Council got their first report on the latest efforts to stop child sex trafficking in the city.
The same week Hennepin County Deputies began patrolling Lake Minnetonka with snowmobiles, a Thin Ice Advisory has been issued. Friday’s advisory will remain in effect for all bodies of water in Hennepin County.
Law enforcement officials are working with Twin Cities hotels to put a stop to child sex trafficking.
Several Minneapolis chefs are uniting online to help Minnesotans achieve their weight lose resolutions in 2013.
Lynden’s Soda Fountain on St. Paul’s Hamline Avenue can no longer sell their popular candy cigarettes.
The deadline for Aaron Schaffhausen to enter a not guilty plea by reason of “insanity” has come and gone. The Dec. 14 deadline was set by St. Croix County circuit court Judge Howard Cameron.