'It's A Miracle': Doctor Fighting Deportation Gets Break From ICEA Rochester doctor credited with saving lives is now fighting to keep from being deported.
Wisconsin Teen Fights To Compete With Girls Dance Line In MinnesotaWisconsin rules allow 15-year-old Kaiden Johnson to compete with the girls dance line, but the Minnesota High School League does not.
St. Cloud Apollo H.S. Welcomes First 2 Muslim Girls To Swim TeamTrying a new sport for the first time takes commitment and a little courage, and that was especially true for two girls on the St. Cloud Apollo swim team.
What Are Shoppers Returning?It's estimated that U.S. shoppers return more than $260 billion worth of items every year.
Small Town Minnesota Door Business Goes GalacticA small Minnesota business is doing big things for the New York Yankees, NASCAR drivers and NASA.
Mass Shooting In Las Vegas: What We KnowA gunman inside the Mandalay Bay resort took aim at a crowd of more than 22,000 people attending a country music festival Sunday night.
Minnesota Company Brings Shrimp To The Walleye StateWe could soon see a shrimp invasion in the walleye state. Minnesota-based Tru Shrimp, a division of Ralco, is building one of the largest shrimp facilities in the world.
More Construction Chaos As 35W Closes This WeekendDespite the summer being over, road construction continues to be a major factor in the metro.
Minnesota Twins Excitement Reaching New High After Playoff BerthThe Twins are the first team to lose 100 or more games and make it to the postseason the next year.
Why Aren't Millennials Investing Their Money?Millennials may be the largest generation, but studies show that putting money into stocks and planning for retirement are not their things.
Meet The Taste Buds Behind Tomorrow's Hot New AppleDavid Bedford loves his job. But after eight hours on the clock every day, apple juice, apple pie, and applesauce are definitely off limits.
Why Did Minneapolis Red-Bag My Parking Meter?On an average day the City of Minneapolis will bag anywhere from 50 to 200 meters. During the Super Bowl, they'll bag hundreds more.