St. Croix Prep Basks In A Season Spent Being UnstoppableThe school is gaining recognition because of the boys' basketball team, a team that has not lost a game.
Hill-Murray's Girls Basketball Coach Erin Herman Honored For 500th Career WinWhat makes her status more fascinating is that she is not a teacher. She's the principal, a rare combination these days.
Man Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting In LakevillePolice are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Lakeville late Friday morning.
Judge Allows Northern Metal To Accept Scrap Metal In North Minneapolis AgainA spokesperson for the city of Minneapolis said, “The City is exploring its options following this ruling. The City plans to re-inspect the site March 2.”
All U.S. Bank Stadium Paneling Needs To Be Replaced Over Leaking, At A Cost Of $21MAfter just four years, U.S. Bank is already getting a face lift. The exterior of the building will be replaced due to leaking.
Coronavirus Has Reached Its 'Highest Level Of Alert'Eight more countries have reported their first cases of the virus. That includes Mexico, which now has two reported cases.
For Minnesota Farmers, 2020 Election Will Be Referendum On Trump's Trade WarBack in 2016, much of rural Minnesota voted for President Trump.
Minneapolis And St. Paul Firefighters Compete For Food DonationsFirefighters from both sides of the river are having a little friendly competition in the weeks ahead.
Officials: Motorist Crashes Into Mahtomedi Home After Short PursuitOfficials in Washington County say a motorist crashed into a house after a short pursuit overnight.
New Brighton Man, 80, Faces 15 Charges Of Possessing Child PornographyAn 80-year-old New Brighton man is accused of having thousands of child pornography files on a computer inside his home, which is also a home day care.
Police: Firefighters Discover Man’s Body After NE Mpls. FireMinneapolis police are investigating a suspicious death following a fire on the northeast side of the city Friday morning.
Surly Brewing Suspends 'Darkness Day' Due To Minnesota Law Banning Take-Home Beer SalesPart of craft beer culture is collecting limited-release bottles and attending beer launches. However, the biggest breweries in Minnesota are not able to be part of that culture because they're too big.
Delta Halts Some Routes To, From MSP Airport Over Coronavirus ConcernsDelta is reducing and cancelling some routes for the next few months because of the coronavirus.
Does Listening To An Audiobook Count As Reading?According to the St. Paul Library system, audio books are checked out more often than traditional books.
'Rouge At The Lounge' Nightclub To Remain Closed After Shooting Death Of Ameer Green Jr.A Minneapolis nightclub will remain closed through the weekend after a deadly shooting.