See these six diverse and powerful Minnesota museum exhibits this summer.
A May snowstorm has dumped more than a foot of snow in South Dakota’s Black Hills.
There isn’t a high school wrestling coach in the country that can claim as many career wins as Eden Prairie coach Scot Davis. His 1,046 victories would make him the all-time national record-holder. But he’s not in the national high school record book.
The Walker Art Center has your outside music and movie needs covered this summer – all for free.
From the end of the road for the Minnesota Wild to the fishing opener this weekend, here are the four things to know for Friday, May 8.
Finding time to run or do any sort of workout can be difficult for any mom, especially when you’re a mother of three, like Dawn Alstatt. Now, she is making it her mission to help new moms return to running.
Minnesota has recorded the highest number of motorcycle deaths at this point in the 2015 riding season not seen since 1994, according to the Department of Public Transportation.
A stockbroker had a dream, but was told he couldn’t do it — until he called the University of Minnesota. So, Thursday morning Jason DeRusha eats David’s Famous Frozen Custard.
From a make-or-break game for Minnesota Wild to more Star Wars secrets revealed, these are the four things to know for Thursday, May 7.
We are working for the weekend. It is Mother’s Day weekend and there are a lot of fun activities to do with mom! But we begin with a party even the dads would enjoy.
Prom season 2015 is officially upon us, but one Coon Rapids High School junior got some bad news right before his big night: he wouldn’t be able to go due to his illness. So, two health workers teamed up to give him the prom experience.
From Prince announcing a Baltimore concert to new words added to the dictionary, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, May 6.
A Minneapolis police officer is on home assignment while the police department investigates a video in which he apparently threatens a suspect.
Minnesota music icon, Prince, has announced he’ll play a major concert in Baltimore, Maryland. The event, called “Rally 4 Peace”, comes as racial tensions in that city continue to boil over after the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
Experience refreshment in the form of a margarita.
A Minnesota legislator is under fire for comments he made about bird flu. Rep. Ron Erhardt wore a lab coat and stethoscope on the state House floor Tuesday.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and state business Tuesday launched an official bid Tuesday for the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship game. It would be played at the new Minnesota Vikings stadium under construction in Minneapolis, which is already hosting the 2018 Super Bowl and the 2019 Final Four.
From a former Minnesota man’s involvement in a Texas attack to President Obama visiting Letterman, here are the stories to know for Tuesday, May 5.
Three men face charges in connection to the murder of a couple who were found dead and burned inside their southwest Minnesota home last week.
Schools and families are joining Minnesota’s governor to say House and Senate education budget proposals are too small. Both the GOP-led House and DFL-controlled Senate would increase education spending.
Kids can be incredibly strong and resilient when faced with a serious illness. But some have an attitude that goes far beyond anything you’d expect from anyone — adult or child. We first met Gavin Pierson back in 2013. He was diagnosed with a brain tumor when he was just 5 years old and has had more than 20 surgeries since then.
Celebrate a teacher today.
Have a fiesta this year on May 5th.
An appetite for turkey is sweeping lawmakers at Minnesota’s state Capitol. Rural legislators plan a turkey burger cookout on the Capitol lawn Tuesday to support the state’s turkey industry.