Nancy Breberg was lost, creeping along on slippery roads in search of the suburban hotel where she was meeting her husband when her SUV slid off the road and down an embankment onto an icy pond. For the next 18 hours, the 67-year-old woman was trapped, praying for help as water seeped over her feet and temperatures plunged into the teens.
A man says it was a miracle that he was in the right place at the right time to save a woman whose car flipped into a pond.
A fire in the west metro forced an apartment full of people out into the cold.
Authorities say a town home in the west Twin Cities metro suffered significant damage after a fire late Tuesday morning.
For one Twin Cities family, Santa Claus came a little ahead of schedule, but only because he’d lost his way and needed some directions.
Two workers spent much of Thursday evening trapped more than 100 feet up in a cell phone tower in Plymouth, Minn., after a harness malfunctioned, authorities said.
Election results show that Hennepin County had a voter turnout of 84 percent, officials say.
We’re less than 24 hours away from the polls opening for the general elections, and candidates are spending their Monday making a final push for voters.
Authorities are investigating a pair of fires that happened early Wednesday morning in the west Twin Cities metro, and they believe at least one of them is suspicious.
A Plymouth man says good timing saved his life. Ken Hunze was riding his bike around Medicine Lake when he suffered a heart attack.
A Plymouth woman who served a year in jail in a deadly hit-and-run crash is back in jail Thursday morning for probable cause DWI.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect after a person committed an armed robbery at Burger King in the west metro late Monday night.
Two people were taken to the hospital after an overnight crash in Plymouth.
Plymouth police are asking residents to keep their garages and cars locked and to beware of suspicious activity after two adults and three juveniles were arrested Thursday morning for entering unlocked cars.
A 57-year-old Plymouth man who pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit jerseys and sports caps was sentenced to give 7,000 articles of clothing to local school children, among other things.