Crews Will Continue To Work On Clinton Grain Bin Fire Scene Through Tuesday, Sheriff SaysOfficials in western Minnesota say crews will continue to work into Tuesday to deal with the aftermath of a massive fire at a grain bin that started burning Sunday.
Minnesota Adopts Clean Car Standards In Push For More Electric Car Availability; Gov. Walz Calls It 'A Win Across The Board' Minnesota is the 15th state to adopt clean car standards that push for more availability of electric and low-emission vehicles.
Mack Motzko, Son Of Gophers Men's Hockey Coach, Dies In Orono CrashMack Motzko, the son of Gophers men's hockey coach Bob Motzko, has died, the University of Minnesota confirmed Sunday.
Family Asks For Help To Evacuate Minneapolis Boy, 11, From East African HospitalAn 11-year-old Minneapolis boy is fighting for his life in an East African hospital, and his family is working to raise funds to evacuate him to the Twin Cities so he can receive better treatment.
Sheriff: 4 Dead, Including 2 Children, In Le Sueur County CrashAn investigation is underway in Le Sueur County after four people, including two children, were killed in a crash late Sunday evening. Four other victims have been hospitalized.
COVID In Minnesota: 424 New Cases, 3 More Deaths Reported As Delta Variant Continues To Spread Minnesota health officials reported Monday 424 more cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths as the Delta variant continues to spread in the state.
Investigators Believe 3 Dead In Western Wisconsin Quarry Likely Knew KillerThree men found slain in a western Wisconsin quarry likely knew the person or people who killed them, according to investigators.
Minnesota Weather: Another Day In The 90s, Late Severe Storms PossibleThe heat wave that started over the weekend continues Monday with higher humidity and the chance for severe storms in the evening.
Sen. Tina Smith Says Democrats 'Are Going To Push As Hard As We Can' For Federal Paid Family LeaveThe U.S. is the only developed nation that does not have a federal paid family leave policy. In Congress, efforts to change that have been moving forward slowly.
Semi Rollover Spills Diesel Fuel Onto I-35W In Bloomington; 2 Injured The Minnesota State Patrol says crews are working to contain a fuel leak Sunday night on Interstate 35W in Bloomington after a semi-truck rollover.
Rally Renews Demand For Justice For Minneapolis' Youngest Shooting Victims: 'Everyone Should Be Angry Right Now'A somber gathering was held in north Minneapolis Sunday to remember children who have been shot in recent months.
Missing: Kou Yang, 50, Last Heard From By Family In Early July, St. Paul Police SaySt. Paul police are asking for the public’s help to find 50-year-old Kou Yang, who has not been in touch with his family since July 3.
Emmett Till's Cousin Speaks In St. Paul, Marking What Would Be His 80th BirthdayThe family of a young boy whose brutal murder shocked the nation is remembering him on his birthday.
St. Paul Farmers Market Vendors Endure Dry ConditionsHot and dry conditions are hitting crops hard. Local farmers that sell produce at St. Paul Farmers Market say the unusual season is forcing them to use more irrigation.
Authorities Break Up 2 Large Fights At Anoka County FairAuthorities say two large fights broke out at the Anoka County fairgrounds Saturday night.