Recent Incidents Prompt Awareness For Boating SafetyThe warmer weather means boaters are heading out onto the water. It also means we're starting to see accidents.
PACER Helps Preschooler Drive John Deere, Just Like DadYou may be surprised to hear who now owns a new, shiny green John Deere. Her name is Leah, and she is four-years-old. And the miniature car is about much more than fun for the Wayzata preschooler.
Celebration Planned At Site Of Prince's Former SchoolIf you’ve been trying to figure out how to help honor Prince’s legacy, a large family-friendly celebration is planned in his honor Saturday and the organizers say they would love some help.
U Of M Conference Offers Comfort To Cancer SurvivorsIt sounds like it would be one of the best things you could ever hear -- "You are now cancer-free." But for many, life after cancer isn't as idyllic as it sounds.
Despite Challenges, Bloomington Golf Course To Remain OpenIt may not make sense on paper, but the city of Bloomington made a decision on the future of one of its golf courses.
Daughter Of Distracted Driving Educator Dies In CrashFive weeks after a young Hudson mother was killed in a car crash, her family wants you to know her story.
Dash Cam Captures Distracted Driver Crash In WisconsinIt's not unusual for an officer to be on the scene of a distracted driver crash. But the way in which a Hudson Police officer ended up on one that was unusual.
MnDOT Releases Road Projects Starting MondayYou may want to get some extra rest Sunday night. Your morning commute may be a bit longer. This week, spring road construction ramps up all over the Twin Cities metro.
New Archbishop Leads Easter Mass At BasilicaA day celebrated internationally as a new beginning was just that in the Twin Cities. The Twin Cities Archdiocese has named a new leader, and on Sunday he delivered Easter Mass.
One Dead In North Minneapolis ShootingFamily and friends are mourning after a young man walking down a North Minneapolis street was shot and killed on Saturday.
Lead Levels In North Mpls. Cause Concern, Scrap Yard Under ScrutinyThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is concerned about air quality and the levels of lead in an industrial area of north Minneapolis.
Minnesotan In Brussels Talks About Terror AttacksOne Twin Cities school sent dozens of students to Belgium for spring break. It is not the only Minnesota connection to Tuesday morning's terrorist attack.