Thieves Steal Expensive Equipment From Twin Cities ChurchA small Twin Cities church hopes you can help them find who stole thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment. Somebody broke into the shed behind Family of God Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Park last weekend.
MN State Patrol: Hundreds Of Crashes, Spinouts In Tuesday StormMnDOT recommends no travel in southern Minnesota Tuesday night, and roads in the Twin Cities are not much better. The Minnesota State Patrol says 679 drivers crashed or spun out between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Tuesday on slick roads in the blowing snow.
Zika Virus Warning Causes Travel Hiccup For Minnesota CoupleWitThe rapid spread of the Zika virus prompted the World Health Organization to declare an international emergency Monday. Experts are worried about a surge in the number of babies born with birth defects in South and Central America.
MSP Airport To Open New Security Checkpoint To Ease CongestionTravelers will soon have only two security areas to choose from. But there will be more screening lanes at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The new checkpoint will be open in time for spring break travel.
Edina H.S. 1st In The Nation To Perform Disney Broadway ShowEdina High School is one of three across the country selected to run pilot productions of "Peter and the Starcatcher." That's a prequel to "Peter Pan." Their show debuts Thursday night after months of rehearsals.
St. Paul Officer On Leave Over Facebook Comment On BLM Protest The St. Paul Police Department has put an officer on leave while it investigates allegations that an officer made a post on Facebook urging drivers to run over protesters who rallied on a bridge Monday against the police killings of two black men.
Minnesota Deputy Calls Out Drivers Who Didn't 'Move Over'A Minnesota deputy, fed up with drivers not moving over when they see lights and sirens, took action this week. More than 650,000 people have seen the post on Facebook by Chisago County Deputy Jim Mott.
Powerball Jackpot Winner Confirmed In California After Numbers AnnouncedWednesday night's Powerball drawing will be for a record-breaking $1.5 billion -- or, if you take the cash option, $930 million. What is also a record is the number of tickets sold in Minnesota.The Minnesota State Lottery says it expects to sell $20 million worth of tickets in the state.
Shakopee City Councilwoman's Spa Shuts Down, Leaving Customers Out Of MoneyI-Zen Spa in Shakopee went out of business in November. The company was evicted for not paying rent. Now, customers say they're not getting any answers.
Minnesota Wildlife Center Says The DNR Is Evicting ThemA nonprofit that cares for rescued and endangered animals is being evicted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The Wildlife Science Center has leased the land in Forest Lake since 1991. The DNR says they had to act.
70-Year-Old Injured Hunter Crawls For 16 Hours To Find HelpNorth Dakota was the site of a harrowing story of survival, and a persistent father who refused to give up. Dr. Richard Olsen, 70, broke his leg after falling into a ditch while pheasant hunting last month.
Minnesota Mother Invited To Obama's Gun Control SpeechA Minnesota mother was there while President Barack Obama laid out his plan for executive action on gun control Tuesday. Diane Sellgren listened to the president speak in person, along with Gabby Giffords and other gun-violence survivors.