Kids on winter break have something new to do – hit a big jump at Buck Hill without the risk of a botched landing.
The Minnesota Correctional Facility in Stillwater has been feeding more than 1,600 people a day, three meals a day.
Afton Alps was created in 1963 by three local farmers, and over the decades thousands of Minnesotans have skied and worked there.
It was 71 years ago Friday that Japan attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor. That attack brought America into World War II, and there are still veterans with us who were in Hawaii that day.
Grammy nominations for some big-name musicians have already been announced, but one of the categories they didn’t announce on TV is Best Children’s Album. One of the nominated groups for the category happens to be two Minneapolis residents.
At the University of Minnesota they’re studying small wasps to see if they’ll survive a Minnesota winter.
New federal guidelines are changing school lunch menus to reduce calories and include more vegetables. But a lot of kids don’t like it. Some even boycotted school lunches. So, administrators in the Jordan school district got the message. They hired a chef to create healthy dishes kids will like.
Cossetta’s new building has been open for less than a week. Even though construction is not complete, people are lining up at the restaurant and store.
An estimated 19,000 runners will hit the pavement Sunday for the 31st Annual Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.
Thousands of American muscle cars will be on display at the state fairgrounds this weekend.
A Minnesota charity that has grown into the largest furniture bank in North America is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
As part of the Paddle Fish Days parade, approximately 450 women in bikinis might be walking down Main Street in the small town of Madison Lake.
Ninety airmen from the Minnesota National Guard are coming home this weekend. They’re members of the 133rd Air lift wing. The first 29 landed this afternoon from Southwest Asia, where they’re supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
Our military members are often remembered during Fourth of July parades, and so it was in Chanhassen Wednesday afternoon.
Watching big fireworks displays on the Fourth of July is a big tradition for most families, but lots of people also want to light the fuses on their own pyrotechnic displays.