Water levels have receded in Cannon Falls, and weather officials say a new round of storms isn’t expected to make things worse.
Clean-up continued Monday in the Highland Park neighborhood of St. Paul. A quick moving storm with strong winds brought down trees and power lines along several blocks.
Fire crews are looking into what caused a huge fire in Minneapolis overnight. Around 2 a.m. Sunday morning, lightning hit a power line, near 8th Street Southeast and 7th Avenue in Dinkytown.
A retreat for grieving families is finding its own new beginning.
A farm in Redwood County of southern Minnesota took a heavy blow when residents say a tornado struck.
Saturday brought an unexpected cleanup for Gary Andrews after strong winds toppled a two-story barn, tore trees from the ground and mangled a swing set on his son’s property.
An Iowa state senator and her husband were injured during the weekend as they worked to clean up from storms that rumbled through the state.
While we were tracking the storm from the newsroom, many of our viewers/readers helped us by taking photos and sending them in.
It seems like the video of those flying trailers has been played on repeat since Tuesday’s tornado hit in Dallas, Texas. Perhaps it’s because it’s a phenomenon difficult to understand. So, how did a tornado make those trailers fly? Good Question.
Almost a year after the tornado hit North Minneapolis, there’s one hopeful sign. The blue herons, whose population was devastated by the storm, have returned to an island in the Mississippi River.
Public safety officials say Monday’s confirmed tornado is a reminder for Minnesotans to get ready for severe weather.
High winds and heavy rain pounded the south-central Minnesota town of Elysian, disrupting power, knocking down trees and blowing some roofs off sheds.
Monday night’s thunderstorm knocked over trees, damaged docks and downed power lines in LeSueur County, authorities said.
A number of school districts reported delays and closings Wednesday morning, as a mix of sleet and snow continued to drop belated winter conditions on Minnesota.
The Twin Cities will dodge the snow storm that was expected to bring big totals on Sunday, but we’ll see a few inches on Tuesday.