Finding Minnesota: Behind The Scenes Of BrickmaniaWhen he was 4 years old, Dan Siskind never imagined that a bunch of Lego parts and Lego men would ever become more than just a childhood pastime.
Authorities Stress Water Safety After Tragic Weekend On Minnesota LakesChristopher Schultz, 31, jumped in to reportedly save his 3-year-old son who had fallen into Dead Shot Bay on Detroit Lakes. Bystanders were able to pull the child to shore, but Schultz never resurfaced.
Officials: 2 U Of M Athletes Suspended, Investigation UnderwayUniversity of Minnesota officials say two student athletes have been suspended from all team activity pending further investigation.
Leaders From Midwest, Canada Discuss Great Lakes Action PlanNot only are there long-term threats from storms and flooding, but there are also more immediate threats like traffic jams on flooded waterways.
Crisis Management Expert Weighs In On Target Register OutageJon Austin, a communications consultant who worked in crisis management for years, says companies have gone out of business for mishandling situations like this but does not think this incident will hurt the powerhouse company.
Poll: Minnesota Voters Favor Warren, Put Klobuchar 4thIn the poll conducted by Change Research, Klobuchar trails Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
Patrol: Victim ID'd In Crow Wing Co. CrashThe Minnesota State Patrol has identified the deceased victim in a Crow Wing County crash.
Target: All Registers Back Online After Nationwide OutageTarget confirmed the outage was not related to a data breach or security issue.
Minnesota Twins Retire Joe Mauer's No. 7 JerseyA Twins legend will forever be remembered at Target Field. Joe Mauer's No. 7 will permanently hang in the outfield.
USS Minneapolis-St. Paul Christened, Launched In WisconsinThe Navy launched the USS Minneapolis-St. Paul into Wisconsin's Menominee River Saturday morning.
Brooklyn Park Moves To Eliminate Paid On-Call FirefightersChief T. John Cunningham is in the process of implementing a plan to dissolve the paid on-call program and work within the current budget to hire more full-time staff. He believes the change will help the department better serve the city and its residents.