Police in New Brighton are looking for a female suspect after an apparent bank robbery Monday afternoon.
This week in Finding Minnesota, we went to the international fish market that Minnesota restaurants have turned to for 31 years.
A 36-year-old man was sentenced to 35 years in prison Tuesday for murdering a woman and trying to conceal her remains.
A New Brighton neighborhood is now home to a new attraction made strictly out of this week’s snowfall, and people are driving from all over to catch a glimpse.
Some middle school kids in New Brighton got a little break from their normal lunch routine Monday.
A new program called “Early College” at Irondale High School in New Brighton will give all students, not just those at the top of their class, a chance to earn college credit.
Two men were sentenced in St. Paul Federal Court on Wednesday in connection with the Jan. 12 armed robbery of a New Brighton gas station.
A 20-year-old New Brighton, Minn. man has been arrested and charged after allegedly soliciting sexual favors from young teenage girls.
Most of the dozens who testified at a public hearing of the Ramsey County Charter Commission held near the suburban stadium site opposed the stadium tax proposal.
A Saturday morning downpour caused a parking lot at a New Brighton apartment complex to flood, and the water damaged dozens of vehicles and storage units.
Police say a female reported that she was walking westbound Wednesday morning, and an unknown male ran up from behind her and touched her inappropriately. The suspect then turned and ran in the opposite direction.
A fuel tanker crashed Thursday morning, spilling fuel and causing the closure of part of Interstate 694 in New Brighton, Minn.
Jessilyn Boerum and her fiancee had everything planned for a typical hospital delivery, a perfect calm one, but their plans quickly changed when her baby just couldn’t wait.
Police across the metro are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who they believe has robbed several fast food restaurants around the Twin Cities.
Ten years ago, a couple stumbled upon a woman’s body in a Twin Cities park. Despite dozens hundreds of leads, police still can’t say who she was or who killed her. Now, a tiny clue just two centimeters long and crushed to near nothingness could help police finally crack a cold case.