Good Question: How Did Minnesota Towns Get Their Names?A real estate website put together a list of what it called "The Most Oddly Named Towns" in each state. Little Canada was Minnesota's winner.
Best Single-Day Road Trips Around MinnesotaThese Minnesota destinations don't require multiple gas station stops, since they're no more than a three-hour drive. After seeing the sights and main attractions, you might be tempted to double back for a return trip.
Fire Department: Woman Dead After Little Canada House FireThe Little Canada Fire Department says a woman was rescued from the home and given CPR. She was taken to the hospital for treatment, but died Saturday morning.
Construction On I-694 In North Metro To Begin MondayCommuters who travel on Interstate 694 north of the metro should expect delays this Monday, when construction of additional general purpose lanes begins.
MnPASS Express Lanes Open Monday On I-35E In St. PaulThe days of traveling in the Interstate 35-E MnPASS lanes for free come to an end Monday. Starting Monday morning, drivers traveling alone in the express lanes between St. Paul and Little Canada will have to pay a fee during peak hours.
Minnesota Gymnast Helps Lead Team USA To Gold At World ChampionshipsA Minnesota gymnast who just won Gold with Team USA returned home on Tuesday to a warm welcome by fellow gymnasts from Twin Cities Twisters. That's Maggie Nichols' home gym. The Olympic hopeful from Little Canada just competed with Team U-S-A in the 2015 World Gymnastics Championships in Scotland.
Credible Sex Abuse Allegation Against Twin Cities PastorA Twin Cities area pastor is on leave after the Archdiocese says it received a credible sexual abuse allegation.
Woman Starts 'No Helmet, No Ride' Group After Son's Near Fatal FallAfter her 14-year-old son almost died from a fall off of his skateboard, Mary Barsness of Little Canada has spent hundreds of hours asking young skateboarders and people on bikes to please wear a helmet.
Sheriff: Missing Man's Body Recovered From Gervais LakeThe search resumed Sunday for a missing swimmer in a Twin Cities lake. Authorities say two men tried swimming across Gervais Lake Saturday afternoon. One of them reached the shore, the other never made it. By Sunday afternoon, The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office said it had recovered the body of a missing man from the lake.
Crews Searching For Missing Man In Twin Cities LakePolice say the incident began while two people were attempting to swim across Gervais Lake, which sits between Maplewood and Little Canada. The other swimmer noticed the man was gone after reaching the shore.
After Accident, Teen Has Message For Others: 'Wear A Helmet'One year after a longboarding accident almost killed a Twin Cities teen, he's sharing his story with the hope that speaking out will save lives.
Body Recovered After Canoe Overturns On North Metro LakeOne person died Sunday after a canoe with three people aboard tipped on a lake in the north Twin Cities metro, according to the Ramsey County Sheriff's Office. Authorities responded at about 11:46 a.m. after receiving a report that a canoe had overturned on Twin Lake in Little Canada.