A Twin Cities motorists suffered minor injuries but had quite the scare after chunks of ice came crashing through his windshield Tuesday morning, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
It was a terrifying moment for a young mother Sara Sorby and her infant son on Monday when the vehicle they were driving began filling with smoke.
Hundreds of protesters marching to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. have shut down light-rail traffic in St. Paul. Green Line trains and cars were stopped at the intersection of University and Snelling Avenues Monday afternoon as Black Lives Matters protesters started their march to the Capitol.
A Burnsville man faces murder charges in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting in south Minneapolis last February. Reginald Myers, 34, was charged Monday with two counts of second-degree murder for a shooting that occurred on the afternoon of Feb. 23.
For metro commuters, it seems there’s always more work to be done on Minnesota roads. And it’s very much needed because of the weather extremes in our state. Gov. Mark Dayton announced Tuesday that $70 million is being allocated to help take ideas and make them realities in 13 of the most troubled spots on Minnesota roads.
Two men face second-degree murder charges for allegedly shooting a 31-year-old Brooklyn Center man earlier this month, stuffing his body into a mattress and lighting it on fire near a dumpster on the city’s south side.
Minneapolis Police are a step closer to identifying a badly-burned body found Thursday evening near a dumpster on the city’s south side. Police say the victim is male, but they’ll likely have to rely on dental records to fully identify the victim.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will be in St. Paul this afternoon. Clinton will be signing copies of her memoir “Hard Choices” at Common Good Books on Snelling Avenue from 2:15 to 4:15 p.m.
Police said a 79-year-old man died Monday morning after being hit by a car while he was crossing a busy street in Roseville. Charles R. Betts, of Roseville, died after being struck by a vehicle on Snelling Avenue Monday.
A temporary impound lot is now open in St. Paul at the state fairgrounds after the threat of flooding closed the city impound lot. St. Paul police said via Twitter, the lot is at the north end of the fairgrounds. Police are asking drivers to enter the fairgrounds from Hoyt Avenue off Snelling Avenue.
A 51-year-old Minneapolis man who was struck by an SUV in St. Paul Saturday morning has been identified. St. Paul Police say David Wuest was biking down Summit Avenue when an SUV struck him as he crossed Snelling Avenue. The driver called 911.
Two army recruiters were injured Tuesday afternoon after being hit by a vehicle in a parking lot across from Rosedale Mall. The vehicle kept going, dragging one of the men under the car then fled the scene, according to authorities.
Millions of dollars will be needed to clean up a well-known site in St. Paul because of what’s buried there. Decades worth of manure and construction debris are in the ground beneath Midway Stadium, where the Saints play. And when they move to a new downtown ballpark, the St. Paul Port Authority intends to clean up the property for redevelopment – at a cost of $6-8 million.
Minneapolis police are asking for the public’s help in finding a driver involved in a fatal hit and run incident early this morning.
A St. Paul man is dead after he was struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon while crossing the street at the intersection of Snelling Avenue and Highland Parkway, police say.
It’s elegant and cozy, and seats just 38. And according to the national reservation website OpenTable.com, diners believe it is home to the best food.
This week in Finding Minnesota, we went to the international fish market that Minnesota restaurants have turned to for 31 years.
This spring, an idea took root right outside the front door of EXPO Elementary School in St. Paul, where second graders plan to nourish their neighborhood and help grow a local business with a pizza garden.
If you drive on Snelling Avenue near Interstate 94, the Minnesota Department of Transportation says to expect delays as you start your work week.
There are thousands of stores, boutiques and outlets in the Twin Cities, each with unique style and taste in clothes. When you’re in a fashion slump, however, the choices can be overwhelming. The first step? Find your inspiration.
There’s a happy ending for the man whose handcycle was stolen — he is now reunited with his special bike.
A St. Paul college student is searching for his stolen bike, but not just any bike.
Police are asking for help in identifying a man who robbed a St. Paul SuperAmerica three times in the past six weeks.