Vikings Fans Remain Optimistic Despite Loss At CarolinaIt was an emotional roller coaster for the loyal Vikings fans on Sunday.
State Patrol: 660+ Crashes As Season's 1st Significant Storm Hits MinnesotaThe first big snowstorm of the season created dangerous travel conditions in the Upper Midwest that caused scores of highway crashes, including one that killed an elderly woman in Minnesota.
Demolition Delayed For Minnehaha AcademyFour months after a deadly explosion that killed two school employees, Minnehaha Academy takes the next step forward in recovering Tuesday.
Minn. Musician One Of Several Accusing Met Opera Conductor Of Sex AbuseJames Levine, the longtime music director and conductor at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, has been suspended amid an investigation following several allegations of sexual misconduct.
Twin Cities Man Spends Days Delivering Sandwiches To HomelessThe retired teacher says he believes God put him on the earth to help the homeless.
Minneapolis Teen's Violin Invention Gets Her Invite To Nobel WeekYou'd never know if you heard Sarah Betts play the violin, but her hands aren’t well. Sarah realized it in the fifth grade.
St. Anthony, Diamond Reynolds Reach $675K SettlementNearly a year and a half after the shooting of Philando Castile, the City of St. Anthony has reached a decision regarding a settlement with Diamond Reynolds.
Board Of Commissioners Votes In Favor Of Changing Lake Calhoun's Name The decision to change the name of Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis could be a big step closer to happening after a Tuesday city council meeting.
How Best Buy's New Approach Makes Shopping More PersonalThe Minnesota-based company is starting an in-home sales service for anything from television sets to kitchen appliances.
Meet Frank & Amelia's MuttsMore than half of the dogs in the United States are mixed breeds, otherwise known as mutts.
'I Feel Like I'm Getting Cut Off': Emily Program Phasing Out Some PatientsA national eating disorder treatment center based in Minnesota is making some changes. Some patients and staff will be transitioned out of the Emily Program.
Wisconsin Snowplow Driver Saves Woman From Burning HomeTony Olson was driving his route at around 6 a.m. Saturday when he noticed a house on fire by the side of the road, and knew he had to act.

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