Fmr. Minneapolis Mayor Hodges Heading To HarvardBetsy Hodges will be among Harvard University's 2018 resident fellows.
Small Child Dies In Western Wisconsin House FireFirefighters, police and sheriff’s deputies responded to the fire, and they tried to again access to the child, as did family members and neighbors.
More Actors Say They Won't Work With Woody AllenA growing number of actors are distancing themselves from Woody Allen and his next film, heightening questions about the future of the prolific 82-year-old filmmaker.
Twin Cities Brothers To Debut Latest Giant Snow Sculpture Three Twin Cities brothers known for creating giant snow sculptures outside their north metro home plan to debut their latest creation Tuesday night.
Pawlenty Says He Won't Run For Franken's Senate SeatIn an interview Tuesday with FOX Business, the Republican shut the door on the possibility that he’d lend his considerable name recognition to the race against Democratic Sen. Tina Smith in November.
St. Paul Dept. Store Transformed Into Wild Facility, Shopping CenterThe former site of a beloved downtown St. Paul department store is going Wild.
Prince's Go-To Photographer Shares His Intimate Trove Afshin Shahidi is a Minnesota son like the superstar. He sheds light only he could provide on Prince.
Concert Info Released On Ex-Club Nomadic Shows; Ellie Goulding Performance CanceledFollowing the scrapping of its VIP-style club, Mystic Lake casino announced Tuesday the new venue information for Super Bowl weekend performances by The Chainsmokers, Kygo, Florida Georgia Line and Gwen Stefani.
Injuries Reported After Semi Truck Crashes Into SchoolFour people were hurt Tuesday morning when a semi-truck crashed into a car and then into a southern Minnesota school.
Saints Coach Allegedly Mocked Vikes Fans With SKOL ClapAfter blowing a 17-o lead, the Vikings found themselves down by one point with just seconds to go in the fourth quarter.
MN Poison Control Says 'Tide Pod Challenge' Is No JokeWhile many teens view the craze as a lighthearted joke, the MPCS said that the trend is encouraging behavior that's "extremely dangerous."
Gov. Dayton Eyes $1.5 Billion In Construction ProjectsGov. Mark Dayton has readied his wish list for public works projects across Minnesota.