Authorities said a man suspected in a string of burglaries in southern Minnesota was arrested last week after being spotted at Mystic Lake Casino. Cody Spencer Linquist, 30 of Rochester, was taken into custody on his birthday last week in connection with a burglary string in Dodge County.
“Come on Down” is one of the most popular phrases in television game show history, and fans of the show “Price is Right” got plenty of it over the weekend in the Twin Cities.
The Red Cross says it’s helping 20 adults and four children following a fire in Prior Lake Friday morning.
Attorneys for a self-help author imprisoned in the deaths of three people say the prosecution has done little to show the case wasn’t plagued by error.
Conference play is just a different animal in sports, no matter what level we’re talking about. But especially in high school, more and more conferences seem to balance out in Minnesota every year.
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel announced that it will begin offering beer, wine and liquor sales starting Wednesday.
With no mountains in Minnesota, you may not think of our state as a mountain biking state.
If you missed the Rally, we’ve got the highlights of the biggest games in high school football.
Alex Feine was holding a gas can near a fire with his mother in their backyard a year ago. The can caught fire, and Alex was rushed to the hospital.
It may feel too early in the season to be talking about the flu, but health clinics across the metro are already offering vaccinations.
Miss High School Sports Rally Friday night? We’ve got all the high school football action — and an interview with Twins manager Ron Gardenhire — in the videos below.
It’s been fun to watch, but the summer Olympic games wrap up this weekend. One of the sports that caught our attention early on was skeet shooting.
Ask some kids if they like Gaga, and you may not hear about music. A sport, called Gaga Ball, is suddenly very popular at camps around the country.
Less than a month into summer and there have been several drownings on Minnesota waterways. The latest numbers from the Department of Natural Resources show 25 drownings since May, six of which happened on boats. In every boating case, the victim wasn’t wearing a life jacket.
Minnesota women who have served their country are being honored today.