'I Had To Re-Learn Who I Was': Brain Injury Victim Recounts Icy CrashA crash on an icy road left a Twin Cities woman with a serious brain injury 10 years ago.
Good Question: How Do Birds Survive Minnesota Winters?Not all Minnesota birds head for warmer temperatures in the winter. Birds like woodpeckers, sparrow, crows, hawks and some robins end up sticking it out up north.
LED Traffic Lights Getting Bogged Down By SnowAs transportation crews replace incandescent light bulbs to the more energy-efficient LED lights, they have found they do not handle snow as well as before.
Record High Temp For Twin Cities, But Winter Is Coming ....With temperatures already in the mid-50s Monday morning, it might be the warmest day until spring. However, rain, snow and strong winds will be moving into the state later in the afternoon.
After Chilly Halloween, Flakes Fly In Twin Cities, Central MinnesotaAfter our coldest Halloween in 15 years, several inches of snow fell in central Minnesota and the Twin Cities Metro.
Duluth Asks Residents To Conserve Water After StormDuluth is asking residents to conserve water until 6 p.m. Saturday.
Floridians Allowed To Return To Hard-Hit KeysResidents were allowed to return Tuesday to some islands in the hurricane-slammed Florida Keys as officials tried to piece together the scope of Irma's destruction and rushed aid into the drenched and debris-strewn state.
Hurricane Reporters Face Dangers They Tell Others To AvoidIt's a paradox of hurricane coverage: people on television spend days warning the public to get out of harm's way, then station their correspondents squarely in the middle of howling wind and rain and hope they don't get hurt.
Irma Loses Hurricane Status, But Still Spreads MiseryHurricane Irma weakened to a still-dangerous tropical storm Monday as it pushed inland, triggering record flooding in Florida's northeastern corner, while rescuers in its soggy, wind-battered wake mobilized to reach victims and learn the full extent of the damage.
More Than 2 Million Without Power As Irma Lashes FloridaMore than 2.1 million customers have lost power in Florida with Hurricane Irma striking the state.
Trailers Only Seen As Last Resort After Hurricanes Harvey, IrmaIn a 2017 hurricane season that has already seen two monster storms, Harvey and Irma, manufactured homes are turning out to be just a small fraction of the federal government's plan to deal with displaced people, with only 1,700 trailers available.
'Pray For Us': Hurricane Irma Begins Assault On FloridaA monster Hurricane Irma roared into Florida with 130 mph winds Sunday for what could be a sustained assault on nearly the entire Sunshine State, flooding streets, knocking out power to more than 1.8 million homes and businesses and snapping a construction crane over the Miami skyline.