After Big Win Over Packers, Vikings Fans Feeling OptimisticBarring the typical Minnesota sports bad luck, fans feel the road to a championship on home turf might be paved in purple and gold.
Minnesota Man One Of Hundreds Killed In Somalia Capital ExplosionA Minnesota man is one of the several hundred people dead after a truck bomb went off Saturday in his native Somalia in what is being described as the deadliest terror attack in the East African country’s history.
State Patrol Helicopter Finds Missing Toddler In Stearns County CornfieldA State Patrol helicopter team found the 2-year-old, thanks to its infrared camera near a cornfield Thursday at around 9:15 p.m.
Man Arrested In Connection To Fatal Mpls. Apartment FirePolice have a man in custody after a deadly apartment fire Friday night in Minneapolis.
'Probably Won't Be Going Back': Mpls. Woman's 1st Vegas Trip Takes Tragic TurnShelby Henderson, of Minneapolis, was excited for her first trip to Las Vegas but her feelings about the city have changed after she survived the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
St. Paul Police Chief Lends Helping Hand In Las VegasA top cop from the Twin Cities is in Las Vegas helping the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
United Hospital Nurse Puerto Rico Bound For Hurricane VictimsMary Chrismar Sweeney is part of a country-wide volunteer effort in part through the National Nurses United union.
St. Louis Park High School Honors Fallen Wayzata Officer's FamilyShawn Mathews -- Officer Bill Matthews's wife -- is the assistant athletic director at St. Louis Park High School, where colleagues and students paid tribute to his sacrifice.
'If You Can Get A 36, I Can Get A 36': Siblings' Rivalry For Perfect ACT ScoresNothing is perfect, except when it comes to ACT scores for one Twin Cities family.
A Rare Glimpse Of Optimism In Minnesota Sports FansMinnesota sports fans finally have several reasons to smile this week -- the Lynx, the Twins, and a convincing Vikings win on Sunday.
Twin Cities Sets Rare September Heat RecordFor the third straight day, 90-degree temperatures cooked the Twin Cities.
1st Day Of Fall Feels A Whole Lot Like SummerWho knew summer would take a bite out of fall on its first day.