The Minnesota Orchestra heads up north next month.
A 66-year-old Grand Rapids man is accused of intentionally setting fire to a Grand Rapids church July 27, according to charges filed in Itasca County Court on Thursday.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hosts a public meeting in northern Minnesota on Tuesday night on its latest proposal to take the gray wolf off the endangered species list Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reversed the drunken driving condition of a disabled man who was intoxicated while riding his three-wheeled mobility scooter.
Rob Bliss, a community organizer, filled a lipdub video last weekend (May 22) in Grand Rapids, Michigan, a city called one of “America’s Dying Cities” by Newsweek.
Singer Andy Williams will be a special guest at the 36th annual Judy Garland Festival in Grand Rapids.
Gov. Mark Dayton caught and released a northern pike at his first Governor’s Fishing Opener, shortly after a send-off ceremony at Lake Pokegama near Grand Rapids on Saturday.
Gov. Mark Dayton is fishing near Grand Rapids for his first Governor’s Fishing Opener, a tradition dating back to 1948.
The Minnesota fishing opener is just hours away, and local anglers were busy getting ready at various spots on Friday.
The fishing season officially opens one minute past midnight Saturday. Governor Dayton will be fishing on Lake Pokegama in Grand Rapids, site of this year’s Governor’s Fishing Opener.
Gov. Mark Dayton will heading to Grand Rapids Friday for the 2011 Governor’s Fishing Opener.
Gov. Mark Dayton is one step closer to being ready for Saturday’s fishing season opener.
A 66-year-old Grand Rapids man was killed in a head-on crash in Aitkin County Sunday morning.
It may be cold and damp across much of Minnesota, but authorities are warning that wildfires are still a danger.
A spokesman for Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids says an American Airlines flight aborted takeoff due to a wind shear alert in the cockpit.
Five years after someone broke into the Judy Garland Museum in Grand Rapids and stole the famous ruby slippers from the film Wizard of Oz, the reward for information leading to the thieves and slippers has grown to $250,000.
State officials signed closing papers Thursday on the largest land conservation project in recent Minnesota history.