When a gunman shot and killed nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina in June, Vikings Linebacker Edmond Robinson found himself grieving.
From a historic day in South Carolina to albums being released a bit earlier in the United States to prevent piracy, here are the four stories to know for Friday, July 10.
Want to take a trip to “The Best City In America?” Check out this vacation guide to Charleston, South Carolina from Mary Alice Monroe, author of “The Summer’s End.”
From South Carolina’s vote on the removal of the Confederate flag to defects linked to popular antidepressants, here are the four stories to know from Thursday, July 9.
From the debate heating up for the Confederate Flag in South Carolina to Old Navy fat shaming going viral, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, July 8.
The South Carolina Senate has voted to remove the Confederate flag from a pole on Statehouse grounds.
The massacre at a predominantly black South Carolina church has institutions from Alaska to Connecticut evaluating whether they should continue enshrining the names of historical figures linked to slavery and the Confederacy.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he didn’t initially offer his opinion on whether the Confederate flag should be taken down from the Capitol grounds in South Carolina because Gov. Nikki Haley asked him to hold off speaking about it.
Target Corporation has removed a Confederate officer costume from sales on its website in the aftermath of the murders at a black Charleston, South Carolina church last week.
Gov. Nikki Haley called for the confederate flag to be moved from its post in front of the state house. As it turns out, back in Minnesota a different confederate flag is displayed from time to time.
The leader of a white supremacist group cited by Charleston church murder suspect Dylann Roof made $65,000 in donations to Republicans, including several to Republican presidential candidates, The Guardian newspaper reported Sunday night.
A Minnesota company has been following what happened in Charleston very closely.
On Thursday night, people in Minnesota — and the rest of the country — tried to understand a massacre that happened in a church in South Carolina. Nine people were killed during bible study class.
An intense manhunt was underway Thursday for a young white man who joined a prayer meeting and then opened fire inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston, killing nine people, including the pastor. Authorities called it a hate crime.
Atlantic hurricane season doesn’t start officially until June 1, but this year we’ve already seen our first named storm.
A South Carolina man is dead in a single-vehicle rollover crash in Otter Tail County. The crash happened shortly before 8 p.m. Friday on westbound Interstate 94 near Cascade Street.
As uncomfortable as Wednesday has been, most Minnesotans have seen temperatures like this before. But for some, it was unlike anything they’ve ever experienced. Moving from South Carolina to Minnesota was a bit of a shock to my system.
Featuring many of America’s oldest cities, superb food, refined beauty and world famous attractions, the South has something to offer for all walks of life.
The early colonial settlements along the Eastern seaboard, including Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, are among the best places for an historic vacation in the US.
When you’re working or playing, you forget about the cold. Snow is relative, so is the temperature.
A 26-year-old veteran and North Branch-native has been missing from his home near Fort Jackson, S.C. since October 7.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
There was a lively debate among Republican presidential candidates in South Carolina Monday night