Women who have wondered what it takes to be a firefighter will have a hands-on opportunity this weekend in the Twin Cities,
The search and safe discovery of a missing girl in Brooklyn Park has revealed a tumultuous home environment.
Protesters feel lawmakers need to do something about the “zero tolerance” policy recently enacted by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Sushi Train, located at 1200 Nicollet Mall, is giving customers a traditional and hands-on way to order the popular Japanese cuisine.
An announcement for a local PGA Tour event is anticipated early next week for an event at TPC of the Twin Cities in Blaine.
A Twin Cities high school pitcher stuck out his childhood pal to go to the state tournament, then ran over to console him.
With a sprinkle of kindness, a dollop of gratitude, and cup full of support, Sandra Muzzy said this sweet gesture is the least she could do.
It’s a crazy, colorful collection of superheroes in their original form with enough to overflow three rooms.
A dozen homes across Minnetonka were burglarized, all in a similar fashion, over a recent three-night stretch.
Potholes are always a problem in the Twin Cities, but not usually this late into spring.
A girl was pulled from a pool in Edina Saturday, just 24 hours after a young boy nearly drowned in Wright County.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is warning people about blue-green algae.
Storms continue to move across Minnesota and Wisconsin Tuesday night, bringing strong winds and heavy rain.
Last fall, Project Recover, a group that searches the seas for military members missing in action since WWII, set out to find Sgt. Emmer’s plane.
A University of Minnesota Extension study of homes with irrigation systems found 75 percent of them had at least one broken sprinkler.
Police in Brooklyn Park say a female victim escaped an attempted sexual assault after she was kidnapped from a grocery store parking lot earlier this month.
In St. Louis Park, the fire department is rolling out a new way to care for the community.
A youth campsite recently destroyed by arson will be rebuilt in time for next summer’s campers.
A report estimated that Minnesota could make $128 million in revenue on sports betting per year if it happened strictly in places like casinos.
Minnesota’s most populated city wants the public’s input on raising the age limit to buy tobacco products.
On the steps of the Capitol is not where Nicole Smith Holt imagined she’d be a year ago. She envisioned being with her son Alec on the eve of Mother’s Day.
A campsite known for hosting 4-H groups was destroyed in a fire, and investigators believe someone set it on purpose.
A bear cub had apparently gotten trapped in the basement after getting in the home through a broken window.
Over the weekend, workers were repairing and repainting the pedestrian bridge over Interstate-94, closing a crucial chunk of the highway between Interstate-394 and Interstate-35W.
Despite an afternoon storm, much of Minnesota and Western Wisconsin enjoyed a slice of summer as temperatures soared around the 80s.