Family and friends paid tribute Sunday to a Minnesota family shaken by a deadly traffic accident.
Tornadoes were spotted across the Midwest and Plains Saturday as an outbreak of unusually strong weather seized the region, and forecasters sternly warned that “life-threatening” weather could intensify overnight.
A Minnesota woman and her 17-year-old son who were injured in a motor home crash that killed five family members have returned home from Kansas, where the accident occurred.
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.
A Minnesota woman whose family was involved in a motor home crash in Kansas that killed five people and injured 13 has been upgraded to stable condition in a Kansas hospital
Authorities are investigating the cause of a motor home crash that killed five people from a Minnesota family and sent 13 others to hospitals. They say the five killed were not wearing seat belts.
A family from Jordan, Minn., on its way back from Texas was involved in a major crash in Kansas that killed five, wounded 13 and left 3 critically injured, according to KCTV5.
Like most basketball fans, University of Minnesota graduate student Luke Stanke is checking the teams and figuring out his brackets. But Stanke has a secret weapon.
Cole Aldrich, a Bloomington Jefferson High School graduate who went on to play at Kansas and is now in the NBA, came back to his roots to host a basketball camp, something he did not have an opportunity to participate in as a youth.