The men’s basketball coach at Southwest Minnesota State University and his wife are talking about finding strength to deal with the loss of their five month-old son, who died in a crash when a driver slammed head-on into their car.
A little girl’s bone marrow transplant has affected her entire family – even those who live several states away.
A Minnesota mom accused of forcing her 12-year-old daughter to run outside in a diaper appeared in court Monday.
Those cosmetic contacts that some wear on Halloween to create a spooky theme are actually a prescription for problems, according to a Twin Cities doctor and the Food and Drug Administration.
Thousands of runners can say they finished the annual Twin Cities race, but only a handful can claim they beat the odds doing it. Matthew Taylor, 15, is one of those runners.
A celebration fit for royalty took place Saturday when Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia dedicated the new Nelson Cultural Center in south Minneapolis.
Several hundred Minnesotans got injected with a steroid linked to fungal meningitis. Dozens of them are showing meningitis symptoms, though no cases have been confirmed in our state.
The Minneapolis business owner who was shot and killed in the massacre last Thursday was remembered Sunday for his sincere generosity and his devotion to his family.
The Minnesota Orchestra says it’s facing significant financial challenges and needs to cut costs substantially. But musicians aren’t happy about the pay cuts they’re being asked to take.
A man is dead after firing shots at police officers, who were responding to the scene of a possible suicidal man armed with a gun.
Some Minnesota college students might get a break on their next tuition bill, but there’s a big catch. The University of Minnesota’s President wants the state to pitch in more money.
Minneapolis Police say they’ve made an arrest in a stabbing death that took place in the city more than 30 years ago.
Much of the state is under the threat of extreme fire danger Tuesday. In fact late this afternoon, a fire broke out just southeast of Hastings in a cornfield.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers are just a couple days away from starting their fourth season in their new football stadium. And for the first time, Gopher fans will be able to buy beer there.
With a summer that doesn’t seem to want to end, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB) is extending the season at 32 of its 65 wading pools.
Dramatic video of a woman unable to stop her speeding car had us wondering: What do you do in the same situation?
Believe it or not, jellyfish have recently been reported at a Minnesota lake.
Scientists are taking steps in the fight against an invasive species already in Minnesota lakes — zebra mussels.
One of America’s hottest new restaurants is right here in the Twin Cities. “Bon Appetit” magazine ranked Bachelor Farmer and Marvel Bar as the sixth best on its “Hot 10 List: 2012.”
Two Minnesota storms have left a mark so big, it’ll take several years to clean up the damage. “I see trees and sticks all over the place,” said one little girl who was caught up in one of the storms east of Hinckley, Minn in July.
A new kind of cocktail is now blamed for the death of a 14-year-old girl. Pauviera Linson, or Pauvi, as her family and friends called her, was at a party when she was given a drink of Sprite mixed with Codeine.
A Minnesota law professor is questioning the state’s justice system and evidence labs following the controversy surrounding the St. Paul Police Department’s Crime Lab.
Charges have been filed against student athletes believed to have sexually assaulted their fellow teammates at Browerville High School.
A construction project is causing so much pain for drivers in Wisconsin, that they’re actually breaking the law to get around it.
A team of food lovers in downtown Minneapolis is bringing culinary ideas to life for Target, and they recently shared some of their passion and secrets.