'We Do Have It Handled': Amazon's Shakopee Fulfillment Center Preps For Holiday Shopping SurgeRetail experts say Americans could buy up to $859 billion worth of gifts. That's about 10% more than what was spent last year. But with worries about supply chain issues and work shortages, will your gifts arrive on time?
Haunted Hotel: The Many 'Unregistered Guests' At Sauk Centre's Historic Palmer HouseIt was one of the first businesses outside of the Twin Cities to have running water and electricity. For 120 years, weary travelers and sightseers have come and gone. But these days, many of them are looking for a more spirited stay.
Watch: Train Cars Carrying Ethanol Tumble In Front Of Stopped Cars In Southern Minnesota TownOfficials in southern Minnesota say a train carrying ethanol derailed Wednesday afternoon, with about eight cars running off the tracks.
St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell Won’t Seek 2nd Term In June: 'This Isn’t Goodbye'St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell announced on Wednesday that he won’t be seeking a second term in June 2022.
Best Friends Die An Hour Apart After Hopkins Crash: 'They Were Special'“They were like best friends, and they both went within an hour of each other,” Eden Wollerman Rancaño said. “Their husbands are the ones that are left to pick up the pieces."
Minneapolis Students Get Closer Look At STEM Career Possibilities"When you get to experience something and then go back and connect that with your interests and passions, that's how we plant seeds with our middle schoolers to start dreaming about how big the possibilities are," Heidi Aldes said.
Early Voters In Minneapolis Need To Know These Key Rule ChangesEarly voting is way ahead of past years in Minneapolis, an indication that there could be record turnout for an election that is being closely watched across the country.
'I Would Take A Drawing On A Napkin': Chief Arradondo Says No Elected Official Has Spoken With Him About The Public Safety Ballot QuestionMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says he typically keeps the Minneapolis Police Department as apolitical as possible but on Wednesday he felt he must speak his mind.
Woman Killed, Man Severely Injured In Home Explosion Near Lake VermillionInvestigators say one person is dead and a man is severely hurt after a fiery home explosion Wednesday morning in northeastern Minnesota.
'Our Hearts Are Broken': Twin Cities Pastor Killed By Driver In RosemountPolice say the man driving the vehicle was taken into custody for questioning.
Reward Offered For Information On Suspected Arson In Central MinnesotaAuthorities in central Minnesota say a reward is being offered for information in a suspected arson.
Twin Metals To Appeal Federal Decision On Proposed Copper-Nickel Mine Near Boundary WatersTwin Metals will appeal a federal decision that dealt a serious blow to its proposed copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota, the company said Wednesday.
4 Puppies Left At Chaska Golf Course; Police Seeking Information Authorities in the south metro are asking the public's help in figuring out why four puppies were left at a golf course.
Wisconsin Village Leader Charged With Water Meter TamperingThe leader of a Wisconsin village is in hot water, accused of messing with the meter on his home, and possibly costing the community thousands of dollars.
MN Weather: Showers And Rumbles Wednesday As Slow Storm System Moves Into StateShowers and rumbles are on the docket for Wednesday as a storm system moves into the state. And the showers are expected to stick around for a while.