Parts Of I-94 Reopen In North Dakota Following Winter StormTravel is becoming a bit easier in North Dakota where a blizzard earlier had shut down large portions of interstate roads.
Trump Bests Clinton For Time's 'Person Of The Year'The No.3 finalized for the Person of the Year was "The Hackers."
4 Things To Know: Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary, Roof Trial Begins & MoreFrom the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor to the trial of Dylann Roof beginning, here is a look at the top four stories from Dec. 7, 2016.
Gas Outages Reported In Montrose, WaverlyAs temperatures drop, Xcel Energy Center says they are going door-to-door to help more than 100 people relight pilot lights after a gas outage.
Investigation Continues After Man Dies In MPD CustodyOfficials are continuing to investigate after a Minneapolis man died while in police custody earlier this week. The Star Tribune reported 48-year-old Gerard Ryan was booked into the Hennepin County jail just after midnight Friday.
SPPS Board To Vote On School Start TimesNext Tuesday, the St. Paul School Board will vote whether to change school start times. Right now, most elementary schools start at 8:30 a.m, and many of the high schools and middle schools start at 7:30 a.m.
Red Bull Crashed Ice Returns To St. Paul For 6th Straight YearRed Bull Crashed Ice will once again return to the Twin Cities this winter. St. Paul will host the competition for the sixth straight year. It is set for Feb. 3 and 4.
Excellent Educator: Abby Henrickson Of Chaska M.S. EastAbby Henrickson is a ball of energy at Chaska Middle School East. It's her goal to make what can be a tough topic, math, fun to learn. But she's also teaching her students how to be charitable citizens. And their work is really adding up for families in need this holiday season.
Amazon To Nearly Double Shakopee WorkforceIt has not even been operating for six months, but the Amazon.com plant in Shakopee already plans to nearly double its workforce.
Grandson Finds Remains Of WWII Airman In ItalyThere was no funeral service for Lt. Loren Hintz, his body was never returned stateside. For the next 71 years, his family had little else but photographs, letters and poetry.
Good Question: Do We Like Real Or Fake Christmas Trees?A survey from the National Christmas Tree Association found Americans bought almost 26 million real trees and 12.5 million fake trees.
For $5K Toward Friend's Cancer Fund, Man Says He'll Get A TattooA cancer diagnosis is a devastating one, and it's tough to know how to help someone who's facing that battle.