Today is Minnesota History Day at the Minnesota State Fair. Those who finish the History Walking and Cell Phone Tour can visit the J.V. Bailey House (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) to receive a free 2012 State Fair Commemorative Art poster (while supplies last), created by Minnesota artist Joe Heffron.
Today is Minnesota Cook’s Day at the Minnesota State Fair. Tickets are discounted: adults and seniors get in for $10, kids (5-12) get in for $7, and children under 5 get in free.
Minneapolis police are cracking down on violent crimes on the worst crime day of the week: Sunday.
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.
A police chase ended with a crash in Mound, Minn. early Sunday morning.
Minnesota Vikings stadium enthusiasts are calling Monday’s vote “Game Day For Jobs.”
Sighs of relief in Brooklyn Center Sunday morning after a bomb threat called into a venue where a prom and two weddings were taking place turned out to be nothing.
A man who died after crashing into a tree on an ATV has been identified.
A bicyclist who was hit and killed by a snow plow early New Year’s Day has been identified.
A snow plow hit and killed a 46-year-old bicyclist early New Year’s Day, authorities said.
The Minnesota State Patrol released crash totals overnight from 6 p.m. Saturday to 7 a.m. Sunday.
The Minnesota Vikings face a big — unexpected — challenge Sunday: the Detroit Lions.
The Schwan’s USA Cup youth soccer tournament suspended play for three hours due to the steamy heat Sunday afternoon.
Minnesota Zoo officials say the zoo plans to reopen Sunday after a judge ruled Saturday in favor of the zoo’s petition to remain open during the government shutdown.
Christians around the world are celebrating the Easter holiday, but the holy day is also creating a new tradition for some in the Jewish community.