No one in Minnesota underestimates Sen. Amy Klobuchar these days, and her new memoir reveals what has led to her remarkable political success.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will loosen its runway restrictions at MSP International Airport Friday.
To top democrats being in town for the Democratic National Committee in Minneapolis to Donald Trump’s real hair, these are the four stories to know for Friday, Aug. 28.
School lunches don’t have to be a hassle.
It’s your first chance to see a new addition at the Como Zoo: A baby giraffe just born Monday!
Minnesota’s lottery is primed to pull the plug on ticket sales over the Internet.
Minneapolis police say two people robbed a 90-year-old woman as she was walking home from a grocery store earlier this month. Now, police are requesting the public’s help in identifying the suspects.
The St. Paul City Council has passed a resolution backing the push to build a Major League Soccer stadium there. But it doesn’t guarantee anything.
So many brews, so little time.
Minnesota state officials will discuss whether to allow people with chronic pain access to medical marijuana. That could make the drug available to thousands of more people.
Bagel bakers are hard to find. Here are five who have mastered the methods.
Thousands of Comcast customers across the Twin Cities will begin to see faster Internet service beginning Thursday. Customers in the company’s “Performance” tier will see speeds go from 25 megabytes per second to 50. “Blast” customers will go from 50 to 105.
A 57-year-old Apple Valley woman is accused of stealing thousands from vulnerable adults that were in her care at a Burnsville care facility.
With the craft beer revolution occurring in Minneapolis over the last five or so years, it was hard for John Fillman and James Hammer not to notice — and they wanted to participate in some way. The result: Bitter Minnesota Brewery Tours.
From the latest in the stock markets to Vice President Joe Biden’s possible run for president, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Aug. 25.
A national right-to-die group has been fined $30,000 for assisting in a Minnesota woman’s suicide in 2007. Final Exit Network was convicted in May of assisting the suicide of 57-year-old Doreen Dunn, plus a lesser charge of interfering with a death scene.
Which celebrity entrepreneur do you think would make the best business partner: Oprah Winfrey or Kim Kardashian West? Some might choose Kim K for her self-styled achievements leveraging social media. But according to hundreds of business owners across three continents, Oprah is the best choice.
Start planning your holiday now, as Labor Day is coming up on Sept. 7.
Minneapolis police are investigating after a car went airborne and landed upside down on the top of two parked minivans Monday morning.
Enjoy the view from above.
The Minnesota Vikings, already bound for a glitzy new stadium, could have another move in store. The football team’s ownership announced Friday the signing of a purchase agreement for an Eagan property that could become its headquarters and training facility.
The Minnesota State Patrol says an alleged drunken driver rear-ended a car with a motorhome in Independence Thursday, critically injuring the other driver.
The St. Cloud Police Department is investigating a shooting incident involving two vehicles earlier this week.
A Minnesota Wild assistant coach is in jail after he allegedly drove drunk with his son also in the car late Thursday afternoon.
Minnesota is dispatching two Blackhawk helicopters and 14 associated personnel to help fight the wildfires in Washington state. Gov. Mark Dayton issued an executive order Friday to provide the assistance in a state dealing with widespread fires that are chewing up hundreds of thousands of acres.