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.
From an indie pop album release show at the Varsity Theater to a local-band-gone-national at a festival in Loring Park, here are the four shows and events to see this weekend!
Black Lives Matter has announced plans to “shut it down” and protest the first Saturday of the Minnesota State Fair.
Seize the opportunity to do something different. Check out these five diverse, but interesting diversions.
So, why are Minnesotans so proud of their state? Good Question.
The health insurance company UCare has asked a Minnesota judge to halt the state’s upcoming sign-up period for public health insurance programs as the coverage provider fights a decision eliminating it from the menu of options.
Minneapolis officials are warning vehicle owners after a notable uptick in vehicle break-ins that include loss of important documents.
Minnesota’s unemployment rate is up and its job count is down, according to new data for July.
Metro Transit says there were no injuries after a train and car collided in downtown Minneapolis Thursday morning.
A formidable NFL team, the Minnesota Vikings are a spectacular sight. As football season starts, NFL fans will be lining up eagerly to see the Vikings and their opponents. But if you can’t get a stadium seat, a good metro sports bar is one of the best places for catching the playoffs.
The St. Paul Fire Department says a 14-year-old boy is lucky he had a second escape route when a fire erupted in his bedroom.
A 30-year-old North St. Paul man is accused of leading police on a chase with his 7-year-old son in tow, according to charges filed in Anoka County.
Most of us understand the value of getting exercise and sticking with it, but we all need a little motivation to get our butts off whatever relaxing contraption we find ourselves resting on. Well, a good start to getting into a workout regimen is by first getting those fingers some exercise by using your Android or iPhone and downloading some of these workout apps.
Funeral arrangements are underway in a small, southeastern Minnesota town for eight family members killed in their Houston home earlier this month.
From a lengthy closure of Highway 169 in Edina to a former Subway spokesman expected to plead guilty to child porn charges, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Far from Mexico, these local restaurants still bring the heat.
A new list says that the Land of 10,000 Lakes is adding technology jobs faster than any other state.
A 27-year-old Shakopee man is accused of exposing himself to three young girls outside a Burnsville mall in June, according to charges filed in Dakota County.
Demolition has begun on buildings in north Minneapolis destroyed by a massive fire in April.
Some lucky fans got to be the first to sit in the new seats at U.S. Bank Stadium following their installation.
After two of the hottest days of the year in the Twin Cities this past weekend, it’s going to feel a whole lot like fall over the next two days. The culprit: heavy rain that will start to move into the metro by late Tuesday morning.
Custom tees, signs, swag? Minnesota’s got you covered.
History buffs, pay attention! The City of Minneapolis is making hundreds of historic images and archives available for online viewing – with some pictures dating back to the 1800s.
The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a 52-year-old Monticello man was found unresponsive in Lake Mitchell and later died.