Twin Cities Shoppers Line Up For Deals After Thanksgiving FeastsStores opened as early as 5 p.m. across the Twin Cities, with retailers beginning their deals for the holiday shopping season.
Unity Church To Host 10th Annual 'Black Friday At Church' EventAmid the Black Friday hype, a St. Paul church hoping people of all faiths will join a service to get back to basics.
'Vote Run Lead' Event Empowers Women To Run For OfficeThey want to teach women from dozens of states how to run for office at the local, state and federal levels.
Firefighters Rescue Teens From St. Paul CaveSt. Paul firefighters spent almost three hours trying to extricate two teens from a cave on St. Paul's West Side early Saturday.
Nurse, Trooper Help Mom With Choking Baby On RoadsideA baby has another shot at life because of the kindness of strangers.
State Officials Take Tough Questions On MNLARS ProblemsDeputy registrar offices and auto dealers have complained about glitches and general problems with the new system.
Following Harassment Allegations, Changes Coming To State LegislatureLeaders of the state Legislature promise changes after multiple women came forward accusing some lawmakers of sexual harassment.
'Extremely Troubling': GOP Rep. Tony Cornish Accused Of Sexual HarassmentMinnesota's House speaker has suspended the committee chairmanship of state Rep. Tony Cornish after two women accused him of sexual harassment.
Phillipe Cunningham Focused On Lifting 'Everybody Up In The Community'Phillipe Cunningham said Thursday that while his win was exciting, he’s eager to get to work.
Deer Hunters Helping DNR To Stop Deadly Brain DiseaseHunters are also helping to put a stop to a deadly disease impacting Minnesota deer.
Survey: Average Household To Spend $1,200 On Holiday ShoppingRetail analysts expects shoppers will be ready to spend big bucks on gifts this holiday season.
After 40 Years, St. Paul's Muffuletta Cafe To CloseOne of the founders, Phil Roberts, said he is closing the doors of Muffuletta on Nov. 11 after some years of dwindling crowds.