Two people were found dead of possible carbon monoxide poisoning on Monday in Crookston, Minn., according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Between the biting winds and the snow storms, it’s been a tough winter to be a Minnesotan. Central Minnesota is digging out of 4.5 feet of snow, and some people are running out of places to put it.
Just a few hours of light snow Friday was enough to set off a chain reaction pile-up on Interstate 35 south of the Twin Cities. The accident occurred on the northbound lanes of I-35 at County Road 50 near Lakeville, Minn.
After the week of heat Minnesota’s had, a tall cold drink sounds just about perfect. But what’s the state’s best? WCCO viewers directed Matt Brickman to Smalley’s Caribbean Barbeque and Pirate Bar in Stillwater, Minn.
Pearson’s Candy Company in St. Paul, Minn., is opening its doors to customers for the first time in decades.
A Minnesota teenager’s family says he wasn’t allowed to be confirmed at his church because of a Facebook posting.
When you think barbecue meccas, you probably don’t think of Minnesota. But there are some hidden gems around our state.
Looking for something to do next week on your time off? How about driving a tank into a house? A business down in Kasota, Minn., allows just about anyone to drive a tank for a fee.
The recent storms that have hit much of the state, didn’t just impact homeowners and businesses. Farmers south and west of the Twin Cities have experienced extensive flood and hail damage. Now, some corn and soybean fields won’t bounce back.
LeRoy Neiman, the painter and sketch artist best known for evoking the kinetic energy of the world’s biggest sporting and leisure events with bright quick strokes, died Wednesday at age 91.
Two dozen people have died in Minnesota water accidents so far this year – five recently. That compares with 14 by the same time last year.
Since the other fish in the lake already see them as snack food, minnows do the job of luring “the big ones” to the hook.
Several Minnesota military families got special recognition from the first lady, Michelle Obama, when she visited the Twin Cities to meet with them.
Short sleeved shirts and pale legs were on full display in the Twin Cities.