Two army recruiters were injured Tuesday afternoon after being hit by a vehicle in a parking lot across from Rosedale Mall. The vehicle kept going, dragging one of the men under the car then fled the scene, according to authorities.
A new study presented at the American Sociological Association’s annual meeting found men far more likely to pick up the tab on the first few dates.
Since you were little, you’ve heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And a new study shows, that’s especially true for men.
Police are investigating a shooting at a St. Paul bar that left three people shot — including one man who died from his injuries. Authorities say it happened shortly before 3 a.m. at Malina’s Sports Bar on Dale Street.
Managing money is the top thing couples fight about. And research shows that men and women have different habits, different styles of dealing with money.
The Minneapolis Arson Squad is seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who allegedly left the scene of a fire on Sunday morning on East Lake Street.
A group of armed men reportedly entered a residence in central Minnesota early Thursday morning and robbed six people of cash and other valuables, authorities say.
An investigation into a recent rash of burglaries has led to criminal charges for two Stillwater 18-year-olds, according to the Washington County Attorney’s Office.
The economy has caused many businesses to cut back and downsize, but one chain is ready to set up dozens of locations in Minnesota — and that may be because of men.
Who do you think are better drivers — men or women? A new study says that when the snow flies, some men get into trouble.
One in every 100,000 breast cancer patients is a man. It’s very rare, but it’s something many men don’t talk about or even ask their doctors about.
Men and binge drinkers are the most likely to drive drunk, according to a nationwide survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
More than 17,000 people are expected to run Grandma’s Marathon this Saturday in Duluth.
Crowds of men stood before the state capital Saturday afternoon in the cold and rain, barely flinching, because they knew it was nothing compared to what a growing number of Minnesota women endure every day.
A new study says male caregivers are responsible for two-thirds of child deaths and near-fatal injuries in Minnesota.