When the Minnesota Vikings had a dome over their heads, it was commotion on ten Sundays a year. And when the new Vikings Stadium opens its doors, it will likely be a repeat. Metro Transit officials asked for a bridge to connect the crowd to the far side of the light rail track.
There has been no shortage fan support at Eagle Street Bar ahead of Tuesday’s Wild game, but because of the last two games, there is some extra tension. A licensed professional said on a night like this, positive fans are a big key.
Just days after burying their beloved sister, a Minneapolis family is planning another funeral. Brandon Wren, 15, was killed late Sunday night near Fremont and 41st Avenues in North Minneapolis.
Sunday turned out to be a bit disappointing to some eager Bloody Mary drinkers.
Distracted driving killed 48 people on Minnesota roads last year. A texting teenager nearly made that number 49. Shyann Ericksen hit another car head-on in Eagan last summer. She sat down with WCCO-TV to talk about the crash.
One man was hospitalized Saturday night after an officer-involved shooting at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. After the shots were fired, police blocked off a portion of Terminal 1 for several hours to investigate.
A judge in western Wisconsin has ordered a Minnesota teen to stand trial on charges of fatally stabbing a fisherman during a confrontation along the St. Croix (kroy) River.
With the Minnesota Wild blazing its way through the NHL playoffs, our love for hockey is at a fever pitch. Whether it’s the Wild or the Gophers or the “Mighty Ducks” movies, the state has made a reputation on the sport. And one area specifically is trying to capitalize on its hockey enthusiasm.
If you’ve got some spare time on Saturday, there’s a fifth grader who’d like to use it.
Crayons and lunch sacks are common in schools, but not for a purpose like they are being used at Harriet Bishop Elementary in Savage.
The Crystal father accused of killing his 10-year-old son Barway Collins will make his first appearance in court this afternoon.
You can see it on Facebook. You can see it if you show up at the ever-growing memorial outside a Crystal apartment complex. Barway Collins is missed and people are moved to tears.
Barway Collins has become a household name in the Twin Cities these past few weeks. Billboards bear his name, a reward was posted for tips on the case. Dozens and dozens of people who never knew Barway spent their days combing through brush and alongside the Mississippi River.
The Minnesota Wild are going to the NHL playoffs, but police say they’re worried some fans are being taken for a ride. Police believe there may be at least 40 cases of fraudulent tickets, and they think 28-year-old Ahmed Dahir of Burnsville is behind the tickets.
Minneapolis police say officers are trying to track down a suspect following a shooting that left two men dead Wednesday morning on the city’s north side.
One of the top finishers in WCCO’s online NCAA tournament bracket challenge is a third grader.
Coach Rene Pulley, of the very elite Nike high school league, EYBL traveled around the country with Tyus Jones and was beaming with pride Tuesday.
Instead of sharing an Easter meal with a young St. Paul woman, friends and family are grieving together. Family says 19-year-old of Sammiria White was killed by her boyfriend at an apartment on Pierce Butler Route. St. Paul police arrested Dimitri Harrell Sunday morning. The couple has a 3-month-old girl.
Dozens of volunteers who never met a Minnesota fourth grader joined forces Thursday to look for him. All afternoon, they searched a park in Minneapolis for any sign of Barway Collins. The 10-year-old, who vanished more than two weeks ago, was last seen outside his home in Crystal.
Wednesday marks two weeks since a Twin Cities fourth-grader never made it safely home from school.
Chase, the dog from Blaine who survived being hit by a train this past weekend, passed away after surgery Tuesday evening.
On March 28 a local man’s decades-long career is coming to an end. Brooklyn Park barber Denny Brummer will put down his clippers for good. He’s been cutting hair since he was 18-years old. Things are cut and dry at Brummer’s shop. The 68-year-old offers one style, he doesn’t even ask, he just clips.
Crowds of Allina Health employees say they are overworked and worried about their jobs.
St. John’s University is about to lose a legend. Jim Smith started coaching basketball there in 1964 and has won more games than any other college basketball coach in Minnesota history. Tuesday, Smith told his team he’s retiring.
A milestone has been reached on the St. Croix Crossing bridge. The $600 million project has reached the halfway point.
A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in St. Paul Monday afternoon, according to police. The incident happened at 411 White Bear Avenue, which is just north of Interstate 94 in St. Paul.