Motorcyclist Injured In Crash With School BusAt about 7 a.m. a school bus, passenger car and motorcycle were involved in a collision.
Best Mother's Day Spa Deals In MinnesotaPamper mom on the cheap!
Herbivorous Butcher Serves Paul McCartney DinnerA local vegan butcher shop had the honor of serving dinner to Sir Paul McCartney before his concert in Minneapolis last night.
Revival Reportedly Set To Expand Minneapolis LocationFor those who have been discouraged by the legendary 2.5-hour waiting times at one of the hottest new restaurants, breathe easier.
Crime Stoppers: Kansas City Fatal Shooting Suspect Sought In Mpls.A 26-year-old man wanted in a fatal shooting in Kansas City, Missouri is being sought in Minneapolis, according to Crime Stoppers.
Mpls. Workers Demand Paid Sick Leave Ahead Of Council MeetingThe Minneapolis City Council is expected to talk Thursday about a paid sick time proposal for businesses in the city.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Listed As Best Cities For Working MomsTwo of the best 10 cities in the nation for working moms are in Minnesota, according to a new list on Realtor.com.
Adding Officers To Patrol North Side Reducing Gun ViolenceAn increase in the number of police officers who patrol north Minneapolis has led to a decrease in gun violence.
Best Baseball Fields In MinnesotaBaseball is a great reliever for spring fever, so check out these top baseball fields throughout Minnesota to put your spring fever to rest.
Chanhassen, Mpls. Plan Permanent Prince MemorialsAs people around the world celebrate music icon Prince, his neighbors are figuring out how to honor him at home. The fence outside Paisley Park in Chanhassen has become a temporary memorial for the legendary Minnesotan.
160 New Target Field Workers At The ReadyAfter having to bus in workers from Milwaukee and Chicago because of an employee shortage, Target Field announced that there are now 160 new workers ready to start this weekend.
Mpls. City Council Unanimously Approves $800M Boost For Streets, ParksThe Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted in favor of a capital funding package Friday, providing millions annually for improving the city's streets and parks. City officials say the package will give $33 million each year for up to 20 years to park and street projects.