Sometimes dogs just want to run free! These dog run areas in the Twin Cities give dogs that freedom.
David Ortiz was 0 for 3 in his return to Boston’s lineup after a nine-day absence, and the Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 5-4 Thursday.
Bells will ring in unison across Minnesota and other places in the country on April 9 to mark the 150th anniversary of the Civil War’s end.
The cycling community is offering up a challenge that could improve your health and introduce you to the Twin Cities biking trails. It’s called 30 Days of Biking.
About three months in to his second term, a new poll shows Gov. Mark Dayton has one of his highest approval ratings since taking office.
“Doooobs!” That’s the cheer you’re hearing from Wild fans, including myself, as goalie Devan Dubnyk’s continues to play out of his mind!
From the France crash to distracted driving, these are the stories you need to know about for Thursday, March 26, 2015.
Don’t let a good spring shower rain on your parade. These bars are a great escape from the weather.
Navy planners are in land-locked North Dakota and Minnesota to work out details for a week-long summer program that will feature the Blue Angels flight demonstration team and other promotional events.
A 48-year-old Chaska man has been charged with allegedly taking inappropriate pictures and having inappropriate contact with students at the schools he worked at, the Anoka County Attorney’s Office announced.
These bars are a home run for Twins fans.
House lawmakers say they’ve finally reached a compromise for how long law enforcement agencies can keep location data from license plate readers.
A New Hope man has been charged after a flash mob in downtown Minneapolis on St. Patrick’s Day.
Spring is just getting started, but the Parade of Homes tour is in its final week. There’s still time to see the Remodelers Showcase this weekend.
A new list is out with its choice for the best pizza in Minnesota. Business Insider picked Punch Pizza for its authentic Neapolitan pies, cooked in wood-burning ovens.
Brighten up the holiday, and celebrate the warming weather of spring, with treats from these local stores.
The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office now knows what was likely behind the reported gunshot noise that briefly locked down the law enforcement center (LEC) and county jail – a blown bicycle tire.
Three people have been arrested in a March 2 slaying of a St. Cloud man in Onamia, according to the Mille Lacs Tribal Police Department.
Minnesota residents may soon be able to take home their favorite craft brews in 64-ounce growlers on Sundays due to a labor union’s reversal on the issue, a top legislative backer of repealing the state’s Sunday liquor sales bans said Monday.
These are the four stories you need to know about for Monday, March 23.
After an anemic season for snow, a spring storm dumped more than a foot of it on parts of Minnesota, forcing some schools to close.
National prominence of local theater gives testament to the vibrancy of the art in Minnesota
After two years marked largely by disappointment, lawmakers and health care experts are warily eyeing Minnesota’s health insurance exchange as it nears its toughest test yet.
A longtime Vermont advocate for patients in the mental health system is closely monitoring events in Minnesota, where she participated in a review of a drug test in which a mentally ill man later took his own life.
Pack up your family and get out of town.