MnDOT May Pick Up the Bill For Your Pothole DamageThe damage must have occurred on a state highway, interstate or trunk highway.
In Damond Shooting Trial, A Tough Prosecution AheadThis is believed to be only the second time an on-duty officer has been charged in a shooting in Minnesota.
Delano Student Returns To School After Battle With LymphomaFor more than a year, we've followed the journey of a Delano teenager diagnosed with cancer.
With So Many Options To Get Home, Why Do People Still Drink & Drive?More than 400 people were arrested for drinking and driving over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend – that’s up 28 percent from last year, when the same amount of troopers were out on the road.
St. Paul Police Welcome Therapy Dog To The ForceSt. Paul Police have a new hire, and he is unlike any employee they have ever had before.
U.S. Attorney Identifies 3 Suspects In Mosque BombingA bomb went off during prayers at the Dar-Al Farooq Community Center in August.
After Years Of Hanging In There, Neighborhood Video Store ClosesThe heyday was from 2001 to 2005. At one time, the store was so packed on weekends, they would make popcorn.
New Gun Laws Getting Some Bipartisan Support At CapitolNew gun laws were introduced at the Minnesota State Capitol Monday morning, and there is some bipartisan support.
High School Hockey Tourney Over, But Fun Just Beginning In St. PaulIt's been a record-breaking week in St. Paul. Local businesses have seen a huge influx in traffic, partly because of high school hockey.
Hermantown Hockey Dreamers Arrive At State TournamentBlake Biondi and Drew Sams are getting to live out their boyhood hockey dreams.
Boys' State Hockey Tournament Kicks Off In St. PaulFor so many Minnesotans, in all different stages of life, this tournament is personal.
Target Takes Big Risk In Race To ModernizeExperts say Target is risking more to take on companies like Amazon and Walmart.