St. Patrick’s Day
Biking in the winter has been no big deal for Peter Hodne, but on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, his luck changed.
Officials say there was a slight rise in drunk driving arrests throughout Minnesota from last year over the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.
Seraphina and Katlyn are matching Shih Tzu dogs, out strolling on this St. Patrick’s Day. Owner Joan Redwing has them decked out with matching t-shirts that read “I HEART My Irish Mom.”
March is the third snowiest month on average in the Twin Cities, and this March is living up to that reputation.
Large crowds are expected at pubs across the Twin Cities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend. Festivities are expected to start as early Friday evening and last through Sunday night and into Monday.
Extra law enforcement will be on patrol this weekend, as partygoers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Twin Cities.
Looks like it’s going to take more than the luck of the Irish to get even close to the temperatures we saw last St. Patrick’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day is Sunday, but St. Paul will officially celebrate on Saturday. The annual parade starts downtown at noon.
The Twin Cities has plenty of St. Patrick’s Day activities that families with kids of all ages can enjoy.
Get ready to shake your shamrocks because it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day!
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety said 246 people were busted for drunken driving as a result of stepped-up patrols during the St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
The biggest crowds they can remember — that was the word on 7th Street in St. Paul the day after St. Patrick’s Day.
Forty-three impaired drivers were arrested between noon Saturday and 4 a.m. Sunday, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
The St. Patrick’s Day celebration started early in St. Paul with the Get Lucky half-marathon and the crowds only got bigger as the day went on.
The pub crawls began early for many celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Minneapolis.