A young Minnesota girl’s dying wish is now helping sick children across the world. Priyanka Bhakta, 8, died from Acute Lymphoblast Leukemia in 2003, already knowing what legacy she would leave behind.
This year’s Hockey Day Minnesota is unlike any other in the history of the six-year-old event.
It finally feels like winter. But as you crank up your furnace tonight, remember January’s home heating prices are at a 10-year low, according to CenterPoint Energy.
Kaitlin Knutson is back at work at the Dinkytown Varsity Bike Shop, now bearing a visible warning for all cyclists: Marks of survival from a terrifying ride home.
The family of the female hockey player injured in a high school game Friday says she’s still unable to move her legs, but is beginning physical therapy.
Two days before Gov. Mark Dayton says he wants to see final plans for a new Vikings stadium, two plans to build in Minneapolis are under fire.
All Joe Stone has ever known is a life in motion, even when life turned a corner on the side of a mountain in Missoula, Mont.
Jack Jablonski’s team from Benilde-St. Margaret’s will take to the ice Saturday night for the first time since Jablonski suffered the hit that left him paralyzed. And off the ice, the support for “Jabs” has gone viral – in the form on an international trend and tribute.
A semi went off road on Interstate 94 near Monticello Friday morning and broke through the ice of a pond, sinking up to its windshield, authorities said.
Minnesota emergency management officials executed the first alert in the history of Minnesota’s Prairie Island nuclear plant Thursday, when chlorine spilled after a break in a 2-inch pipe. While the level two alert was not a threat to the public, it left some to wonder: How dangerous is nuclear energy?
The Washington County Library System is starting off 2012 with three fewer branches, and the six remaining library branches are now closed two days a week to save money.
Police cars escorted Shawn Schneider’s body Saturday morning back to Lake City, where funeral arrangements are underway.
It’s been a rough few weeks for Minnesota Republicans with a sex scandal, resignations and a big debt.
The new year may be a confusing time when you’re buying light bulbs.
New Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Dave Senjem says he’s planning to push the legislative agenda championed by his ousted predecessor, including a focus on creating jobs.
Imagine that a hospital room is where you’ll spend the holidays. It’s a reality for a Duluth woman who has spent the past month in the Mayo Clinic.
Friday and Saturday will be two of the busiest shopping days of 2011, and the Mall of America is expecting a strong finish to the holiday shopping season and the year.
Two teenage brothers from Rochester survived a harrowing fall off a bridge in southeastern Minnesota.
Many teenagers venture into the working world with that first job of mowing lawns. A recent Shakopee High School graduate is growing his own lawn business in a new way and beyond anyone’s expectations.
A Twin Cities man says he wants to return to his family, job, and a normal life after he was exonerated of murdering his infant daughter, a conviction that sent him to prison for six years.
Police are still interviewing witnesses and neighbors to figure out what led to the violent deaths of three people in Oakdale.
Firefighters heard cries for help and ran into a wall of flames to rescue three people trapped inside an Uptown area home on Wednesday.
Some of the loudest applause heard at TCF Bank Stadium Saturday wasn’t for the Minnesota Gophers home opener, but for a Minnesota native and American hero.
On Friday night, more than 100 people met at Elk River High School to talk about what they call spiritual abuse at controversial church.
Fifteen years ago, sisters Dee and D’Undra Willis lost their mother when they were both teenagers.