Many Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. By Serving OthersMany people across the Twin Cities used their day off today to truly honor Dr. King by serving others.
Messy Commutes Mean Steady Business For Body ShopsBetween all the fender benders, spin-outs and head on-collisions, this week’s slick and snowy roads have been causing headaches for Twin Cities drivers.
Klobuchar Calls Shuttering Of’s Adult Section 'Long Overdue'Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar says it’s "long overdue" that, an advertising website frequently linked to cases of sex trafficking, shut down its adult section in the U.S.
Blaine's 24-Hour Boil Water Alert EndsA 24-hour "boil water alert" ended Monday afternoon in a north Twin Cities suburb.
Gopher Fans Split On Fleck, But Pledge Support To 'U'Forty-eight hours after firing their head football coach, the University of Minnesota has named a new team leader. But not all fans are welcoming coach P.J. Fleck with open arms.
After Hate Attack, Asma Jama Talks Forgiveness & The Road AheadA woman attacked for not speaking English in a Minnesota restaurant is talking about how she found the capacity to forgive.
A Look At How Minnesotans Embrace (And Avoid) Frigid WeatherWhen the temperatures drop, Minnesotans respond with big coats, hats, gloves and all things that can keep you warm.
U.S. Bank Stadium Protesters Hold Press ConferenceTwo protesters who took their fight against U.S. Bank to the rafters of the Vikings stadium are speaking out.
Higher Ground St. Paul Providing New Shelter For HomelessHomeless advocates hope the new legislative session brings about new funding to complete the second phase of St. Paul's new Dorothy Day Place.
Charges: Man Seeking Heroin Steals Idling Car Full Of ChildrenA man searching for drugs wound up stealing a car that happened to have 3 children inside. It happened Christmas Eve night in the Loring Park neighborhood.
Metro Transit Offering Free Rides For New Year's EveFree rides on buses and trains could keep drunk drivers off the road this holiday weekend.
Victim Forgives Woman Who Smashed Beer Mug In Her FaceA Ramsey County woman will serve six months behind bars for attacking a woman at a Coon Rapids restaurant last fall.

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