Minnesota’s most dangerous girl on skates is taking out the trash. Literally and figuratively.
An Arctic air mass is upon us, and according to WCCO meteorologist Lauren Casey, the cold will stick around for a while.
A popular tradition this time of year is driving around at night to see all the Christmas lights. When we saw and heard this next house, we knew we had to share it with you.
Flags will fly at half-staff all across Minnesota on Wednesday in honor of a fallen Marine who will be morning by a community south of the Twin Cities.
Gov. Mark Dayton has ordered all U.S. and Minnesota flags to fly at half-staff on Wednesday in honor of a local Marine who died while on active duty.
New federal guidelines are changing school lunch menus to reduce calories and include more vegetables. But a lot of kids don’t like it. Some even boycotted school lunches. So, administrators in the Jordan school district got the message. They hired a chef to create healthy dishes kids will like.
Standing for hours in a long line, dozens of “sneaker heads” stood and waited for Michael Jordan’s newest shoe on Friday.
Football playoffs are usually about dominant regular season teams dominating in the playoffs. But the Jordan football team is an exception.
The Minnesota legislature has passed and sent to the Governor a bill for emergency aid in Northeastern Minnesota, including Duluth. The freak summer storm blew out roads and bridges, and buried hundreds of Duluth homes in flood water.
Family and friends paid tribute Sunday to a Minnesota family shaken by a deadly traffic accident.
A disruptive bar patron Friday night in Jordan pulled a gun on the bar’s bouncer before ending the night shooting his gun in his own parent’s house.
A senior Republican state senator says she’ll leave the Minnesota Legislature after this term, citing frustration with deepened partisan divides at the Capitol.
A mother says her son did everything he “could to save 13 lives” when the motor home he was driving crashed on April 1.
At least two people remained in critical condition Tuesday after a recreational vehicle crashed in northeast Kansas, killing five family members from Minnesota. The accident on Sunday injured 13 people. The crash happened as the family returned from an annual motocross vacation in Texas.
In all her years working the emergency room, nurse practitioner Mary Mackenburg-Mohn had never seen anything like the trauma that lay before her. She and fellow nurse, Marsha Moreen, were on their way back to the Twin Cities when they came upon the crash 70 miles southwest of Kansas City.