A woman from Hopkins is accused of stealing money from her property estate clients. The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says she’s illegally collected nearly $150,000.
Football season is almost here. The Minnesota Vikings report to training camp on Saturday in Mankato. Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph got a little bit of a head start on the week Monday, hosting his own football camp for kids at the Edina Community Center.
Strong storms rolled through Minnesota Sunday night and dumped two to four inches of rain across the Metro. That water raised parts of the Mississippi River seven inches and some sections of Minnehaha Creek about two and half feet.
Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire at the H&M inside Edina’s Southdale Center Friday morning. According to Edina spokeswoman Kaylen Eidsness, the fire was reported at 10:30 a.m. on the 2nd floor of the H&M store.
Eight Chicago-area men were charged Thursday in connection with a dash-and-grab theft at the Galleria in Edina that turned into a police chase across the Twin Cities.
Eight men have been arrested after stealing from a fashion store and fleeing police Wednesday morning, according to a representative with the city of Edina.
Two paramedics are recovering Sunday after rolling an ambulance in Edina to avoid furniture that had fallen onto the highway.
A lot can change in the course of 25 years. But one Minnesota couple is celebrating something that didn’t change.
Thousands will flock to Minnesota’s second-largest art fair this weekend as the Edina Art Fair celebrates its 49th year. The fair features artwork from 300 artists from all over the country.
A Twin Cities woman’s dream vacation to the Grand Canyon turned into a nightmare after she fell 20 feet, breaking 13 bones. Sheila McCabe just got out of the hospital and is now recovering at home in Savage. She wants to share what happened and what she learned.
Construction on the Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge in St. Louis Park is closing northbound Highway 100 between Golden Valley and Edina this weekend. The Minnesota Department of Transportation says northbound Hwy 100 will be closed from 9 p.m. on June 5 until 5 a.m. on June 8.
A $250 million solar power project that’s expected to become the largest of its kind in Minnesota received approval Thursday from state regulators.
On this Mother’s Day, thousands took part in the 23rd annual Twin Cities Race for the Cure at the Southdale Center in Edina. It’s put on every year by the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Minnesota.
After a brief stint with some rough spring weather, the state’s high school spring sports have been back in action lately as we get ready to head to the postseason. The prep baseball, softball and golf seasons are all taking shape with a few weeks to go before we have playoff brackets and sectional play. Here’s a look at some of the big games Friday on the high school sports scene.
Edina police have located the missing Maryland woman. Aissatou Bah, 33, was last seen at about 7:15 p.m. Tuesday near Highway 169 and Lincoln Drive.
The city of Edina was expected to decide Wednesday night if it will fund a controversial multi-million dollar housing project.
Some big changes are on the way for Edina Public Schools after voters approved plans for district wide improvements. Voters in Edina passed a nearly $125 million bonding measure to upgrade schools Tuesday evening.
Hundreds are rallying Friday in Minneapolis in support of people charged in the Black Lives Matter protest at the Mall of America in December. Members of the group Black Lives Matter and their supporters say they are fighting for racial and economic justice.
Feel good about bringing your kids to the gym with you.
It’s a little early to predict who will be the best of the best in various high school sports around the Twin Cities, but it should be a competitive spring when you look at last year’s spring state champions and what they bring back this year.
The baseball home opener is a time when Twins fans can dream big. A sold-out crowd filed into Target Field full of excitement Monday afternoon, in anticipation of what this season will bring.
Spring is just getting started, but the Parade of Homes tour is in its final week. There’s still time to see the Remodelers Showcase this weekend.
Many shoppers use receipts to keep track of their spending, but the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency wants to see more Minnesota businesses go paperless. It’s not just because of the environmental aspect, there’s also a potential health risk associated with a certain type of receipt paper.
Edina senior forward Dylan Malmquist has been named the Minnesota Associated Press Player of the Year for high school boys hockey.
Teachers have a lot of people to please. The principal, the parents and don’t forget about the students.