Pedestrian Struck And Killed By Train In Big LakeA person is dead after being hit by a train in Big Lake Wednesday evening, according to a statement from the BNSF rail company.
1 Injured In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice say a woman was shot in the back and taken to North Memorial Medical Center.
Good Question: Why Do We Care So Much About Makeup?We're so used to celebrities wearing make-up that when they don't it creates headlines.
KFAN Host Among Those Infected In Legionnaires' OutbreakThere are now 20 confirmed cases of Legionnaires' Disease in the Twin Cities, and everyone who has tested positive has lived, worked or visited the city of Hopkins.
Earlier FAFSA Submission Date Offers Students Better Chance At AidThere is an enormous change in the college aid application process and it is happening in just days.
Officials: Wisconsin Flood Damage Approaching $20 MillionWisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.
In New Strategy, Mills Aims To Tie Nolan To ClintonOutside political groups are pouring millions of dollars into Minnesota to buy television ads linking Republicans to GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Life Story: Gary ClancyA man who made a name for himself by writing about hunting and fishing in Minnesota, passed away over the summer.
Little Mekong Plaza Opens In St. PaulA St. Paul neighborhood, rich in Southeast Asian culture, celebrated its growth Wednesday.
BCA Releases Findings In Castile Investigation To Ramsey CountyThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has turned over the findings from its investigation into the officer-involved shooting of Philando Castile to Ramsey County.
Ryder Cup Hospitality Suites Are Big Business At HazeltineThe tournament is a big deal for golf fans, and for Minnesota companies. All over the course are places where if you pay more, you get an even better experience.
75% Of Waseca Homes, Businesses Have Flood DamageThe realization of damage from last week's storms is quickly growing in southern Minnesota.