Wetterlings Host 'Running Home For Jacob 5K' In St. PaulThousands of runners and families are taking part in a new event Saturday morning to remember Jacob Wetterling, 27 years after he was kidnapped.
Teen Reunites With Stranger Who Saved Him From DrowningThe mystery cyclist and the teenager he saved from drowning finally met Friday.
Teen Swimmer Seeks Stranger Who Rescued HimA 15-year-old boy who was rescued from drowning wants to find the stranger who saved his life last Thursday at St. Paul's Lake Phalen. Lewis Donley's family has posted messages on social media in hopes of finding the cyclist who stopped to help.
Best Holiday Lights Displays In MinnesotaSee the bright lights this holiday season!
Good Question: How Does The DNR Count Fish?The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources shut down walleye fishing on Lake Mille Lacs Monday night for the first time in history. The decision was made because of the record-low walleye population on the lake, and because the quota was met for how many walleyes could be harvested this year.
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Sheriff: Man, 22, Drowns In Lake PhalenAuthorities said a 22-year-old St. Paul man is dead after drowning in Lake Phalen Saturday night. The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office was called to Lake Phalen at about 8 p.m. Saturday after a person swimming in the lake saw the man go under under, but never resurfaced.
Officials: Man’s Body Pulled From Lake PhalenA young man's body was pulled from Lake Phalen in St. Paul Saturday night. Ramsey County officials say the call for help came in around 8 p.m. after the man went missing.
'Grumpy Old Men' House Goes On SaleA St. Paul house featured in the movie "Grumpy Old Men" is up for sale. The house's exteriors were used for the home of Jack Lemmon's character in the 1993 film. The house has a view of Lake Phalen and is listed for $195,000.
Good Question: How Does A Lake Get Its Name? This is the land of 10,000 lakes, or to be more specific, 11,842 lakes. And most of us don't know how any of them got named.