More than a decade after they lost their son to cancer, a pair of Hopkins parents are able to heal through giving.
A 68-year-old Twin Cities business owner is accused of improperly disposing of waste by knowingly throwing crushed glass from TVs and computer monitors into standard garbage, according to charges filed Friday in Hennepin County Court.
A 29-year-old mother was under the influence of alcohol when she drove her van into a ditch early Wednesday afternoon, according to police. Meanwhile, her two young children were home alone – one with her leg wedged between her crib slats.
A prostitution investigation led to the arrests of two women at two separate Asian Massage Parlors in Hopkins, according to police.
The city of Hopkins is one step closer to restricting a popular toy gun for kids, due to the threat some say they pose to police officers. The Hopkins City Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that would ban Airsoft guns from public places.
Airsoft guns are becoming a popular toy for kids, but they are also posing a potential risk for police officers.
A crazy month filled with sensational highs and emotional lows will come to an end Saturday night at the Boys State Basketball Tournament at the Target Center.
There will be plenty of familiar faces at the Target Center this week for the Girls State High School Basketball Tournament. Hopkins, DeLaSalle, Braham and Maranatha Christian Academy are all back to defend titles in their classes.
Siyani Chambers plays point guard for the Hopkins High School boys basketball team. He helped lead the Royals to a Class 4A state championship last season.
It’s getting down to crunch time in the winter high school sports season. Section tournaments are either already underway or just around the corner in girls hockey, boys hockey, wrestling, girls basketball and boys basketball.
It’s a great time of year to be a high school sports fan. Every game is getting a little more important, every meet that much more crucial.
As busy parents, we don’t always make the healthiest choices for ourselves but when it’s meal time, we try to make the best choices for our kids.
When Jerry Kill was hired as the University of Minnesota football coach, he said one of his early goals was to close the borders on in-state recruits.
It’s a big weekend for Minnesota high school hockey as the state celebrates Hockey Day Minnesota.
It’s been a crazy time in high school sports, and a lot of what’s happened lately is making all of us reflect on what’s truly important in life.