Local Culinary Stars Crafting U.S. Bank Stadium Eats U.S. Bank Stadium won't be up and running until August, but on Tuesday we learned what foods will be for sale.
Students At North St. Paul Mourn Classmate’s Prom Night DeathA night that is supposed to be one of the most memorable for high-schoolers turned tragic for a Maplewood teenager.
Coon Rapids Joining Cities To Legalize Raising ChickensWhether they are kept as pets or for their eggs, more Minnesotans will soon be able to raise chickens in the backyard.
Minnesotans Soak Up The Sun On #Top10WxDayThe temperature reached a high of 79 degrees in the Twin Cities on Saturday. From festivals to fundraisers, the #Top10WxDay helped make outdoor events a success.
Mosquito Season Off To An Early StartPest control businesses say mosquito season is off to an early start this year in the Twin Cities metro.
Waseca Team Returns To Tink Larson Field After Grandstand FireIt's time to play ball once again at a historic Minnesota baseball stadium that partially burned down last month.
Burnsville Teen Makes Documentary About Student With Cerebral PalsyA Burnsville High School student's award-winning documentary teaches an important lesson.
Hundreds Gather To Honor Prince At Private ServiceThree weeks after his death, a private memorial service took place Sunday for Prince at the place where he worshiped.
Man Turns Himself In After Fatal Stabbing In Eden PrairieA woman is dead after a stabbing Saturday morning in Eden Prairie, according to police. Officers were called to the 17000 block of Park Circle just after 10:30 a.m. on a report of a domestic disturbance.
Police Seek Public's Help In Assault Of 5-Year-Old GirlMore than one week since a 5-year-old girl was assaulted at her bus stop, investigators with the St. Paul police sex crimes unit say they need help from the public to solve the case.
Violent Crime In North Minneapolis Up 11 PercentThe Minneapolis Police Department is adding resources to an area of the city that is seeing a spike in shootings.
Minnesota Mom Battles 2 Years For Adoptive ChildFor two years since her legal adoption, Justine Topel and her daughter Ida were separated by oceans. On Sunday, Ida played at a South Minneapolis park with her mother and two brothers.

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