The New Year actually started with subzero temperatures and we barely made it into the teens today.
A woman and her young daughter are lucky to be alive after their vehicle went off the road and into a river near Menomonie, Wis.
It’s nowhere near the snow output that we saw a week ago, but a juicy storm system will make roads very messy this weekend.
Two full days since more than a foot of snow fell on the Twin Cities, and many motorists are still spending plenty of extra time on metro area roads trying to get to their destinations.
Even though last weekend turned winter on like a light switch, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is warning Minnesotans that the ice is still not yet safe for most outdoor activities.
This weekend’s snow was a rude awakening for many drivers. And lots of people will find themselves in body shops in the coming days.
Three children who broke through the ice on a drainage pond Saturday morning in Little Canada are believed to not have life-threatening-injuries, according to authorities.
The Hennepin County sheriff reminds parents and guardians to keep children away from thin ice on partially frozen ponds, lakes and all bodies of water.
Rescue crews were called to Lake Victoria in St. Louis Park Thursday morning to check if someone had gone through the ice.
The Minnesota State Patrol identified Eileen Johnson, 87, of Pelican Rapids, Minn., as the victim who drowned after a vehicle went off the road and into open water in northwestern Minnesota Friday night.
Metro motorists were suddenly and unexpectedly thrown into winter mode on Monday morning. According to the State Patrol, at least 50 spinouts and fender-benders were reported by late Monday morning.
Someone stole 64 copper pipes from the refrigeration system at the Phalen rink in St. Paul. Now crews have to figure out how to replace it and get it ready for the start of the season.
A 29-year-old man pleaded guilty in a federal court Monday to entering the U.S. illegally after being deported as a criminal.
A hockey mom gets a little too involved in her son’s game.
Some in the Twin Cities were treated Monday to a strange sight: bright green Nice Ride bicycles encased in 5,000 pounds of ice.