Spring Rain, Flooding Wreaking Havoc On Roads, FarmsWater woes aren't getting any better for some Minnesota farmers and lake residents. In a normal year on his Locke Lake home, Loren Hafterson's boats would be out of storage and in the water. But it's anything but a normal year.
Prep Blog: Minneapolis City Conference PreviewIt’s not uncommon to have one team dominate a conference for several years, but Minneapolis Washburn takes things to an entirely new level in the Minneapolis City Conference. Since the start of the 2008 season, the Millers have lost just one Minneapolis City Conference game.
Parents Angry Over Mpls. School Board Cutting All-Day KindergartenA group of parents let the Minneapolis School Board have it on Friday. They are not happy about plans to do away with all-day kindergarten at Kenny Elementary School, as many of the district's schools will be losing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
State's Top Public School? Mpls Southwest H.S. In a city school of 1,700 students, Minneapolis Southwest High School's principal Bill Smith walks the hallways with a sense of pride -- his institution was named Minnesota's top public high school by the U.S. News & World Report.
Prep Blog: Previewing Week 4, 'The Big 4'It feels like the high school football season just started, but we’re already at the midway point of fall. Conference titles are already on the line in some leagues, and some teams are still looking for their first win of the season.
If You Missed It: Watch High School Sports Rally For 9/2High School Sports Rally kicks off with Eagan and Lakeville South.
Feds Require Inspection Of Boeing 737-300 JetsThe Federal Aviation Association (FAA) planned Monday to require inspections for the kind of Boeing 737-300 aircraft that ripped open during a Southwest Airlines flight last week.
Family Questions Why Airplane Left Without TeenA Twin Cities family is asking an airline what happened after Southwest plane took off without a teenager who didn't fit in his seat.