Edina Police are warning residents to lock their vehicles and remove valuables after a summer spike in thefts.
Thanks to significant improvements in waste reduction and recycling programs, residents of Hennepin County increased their recycling efforts to 43 percent in 2012.
Several people are out of a home, after a building that houses several businesses and apartment units started on fire.
A fire in the west metro forced an apartment full of people out into the cold.
People who live near the airport aren’t happy with plans to change air traffic routes. And they made it clear at a public meeting on Monday.
The flooding has been so bad in Carlton, Minn. that hundreds of residents have been asked to evacuated.
Mike and Tammy Helgestad are cleaning up around their house after this morning’s storms knocked a tree over, and onto their home.
Sofas, TV’s, skis and furniture: Just some of the items you’ll see up for grabs on curbsides in Bloomington. It’s part of their annual “Curbside Clean-up Program.”
In about a 48-hour span, four people have been killed in a Brooklyn Park suburb. Now, police are meeting with residents to talk about the homicides – and offer solutions to the violence.
Fewer Minnesotans were actually born in this state compared to 30 years ago.
It was just after 2 o’clock Friday morning when the shrill sound of smoke alarms pierced the overnight darkness.
The wind is picking up and blowing all of the newly fallen snow in Brainerd. And the temperature has dropped. It feels like winter and while some love it, others hate it.
Two Bloomington residents could face more than 20 years in prison after being indicted for allegedly defrauding financial institutions and homeowners under a guise of a program to rescue homes from foreclosure, according to the United States Attorney’s Office.
Some St. Paul residents are safe after a fire engulfed their kitchen.
The entire community of Lake City is now rallying around wounded Officer Shawn Schneider and his family.
The Minnesota State Fair is up and running and so are residential lots in nearby neighborhoods.
Downed power lines, trees in streets and a damaging lighting strike have caused insurance nightmares for some Forest Lake residents.
People in Park Rapids are cleaning up, after a Memorial Day storm blew through town.
Just three years into statehood, Minnesota in 1861 was anxious to prove itself.
The Red River in Fargo, N.D. hit major flood stage Wednesday and hundreds of volunteers spent the day sandbagging in several neighborhoods. The effort is expected to last through the weekend.
There was a meeting Saturday for people who live and work near University Avenue where the next light rail line will be built.
There once was a time when Harry and Nancy Harrington — their teenage children in tow — walked the picket line outside the nursing home where she was a medical aide, protesting the lack of a pension plan for the unionized work force.