Minnesota native Jack Morris was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame last month.
Police are trying to determine if the same thief is responsible for recent thefts at local businesses after a surveillance camera captured him stealing from a private area at a restaurant.
Police said they’re investigating vandalism at a Twin Cities mosque as a hate crime, but the mosque views the defacement differently.
Charles Gilfillan is remembered today for his leadership in agriculture, and a farm he bought in southwestern Minnesota.
AC Milan and Tottenham Hotspur faced-off in Minneapolis Tuesday as part of the International Champions Cup.
Last year, Minnesota state troopers stopped more than two dozen drivers going more than 120 miles per hour.
Here’s an overview of the Thurman Blevins shooting and its immediate aftermath.
While Vikings fans will still watch the team practice, there’s a lot to know before heading to training camp.
It was day two of a family vacation to Costa Rica when 3-year-old Axel Lopez fell down and broke his femur.
Last month, the median home price hit $270,000 in the Twin Cities. The average price buyers paid topped $300,000. What would that get you?
Lightning strikes are likely the culprit for at least two fires in the Twin Cities Thursday night
Nearly one-and-a-half prescriptions are written for every Wadena County resident — but the numbers do not tell the whole story.
The man convicted of killing a Minneapolis police officer nearly four decades ago will be moved to work release next week.
Residents are now allowed to hang up their hammocks in Eden Prairie’s parks.
The DNR is warning swimmers and boaters about high water on many Minnesota lakes and rivers this holiday weekend.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey says the body camera footage of the Thurman Blevins shooting may be released after investigators finish interviewing witnesses.
Officers found standing water with live extension cords, “items and trash, soiled mattresses, unsanitary surfaces and conditions.”
A Minnesota dad made the ultimate sacrifice on Father’s Day shielding his children from danger.
The mother whose children are under child protective services is being watched at a local hospital. New court documents reveal a judge will decide if Tasha Tennin should be civilly committed for mental illness.
A new special agent in charge of the FBI took over the Minneapolis division in April.
A raid at a Minneapolis daycare center is revealing a larger issue of fraud with centers in the state.
A fatal bicycle accident prompted people concerned about safety along Summit to unite in St. Paul Tuesday night.
The family has seen bears in their yard before; there’s a creek that runs right through. But this visit was special.
A man is in custody after leading authorities on a pursuit in Hudson, Wisconsin that traveled through back roads and farm fields before ending in a private yard with the suspect truck’s tires shot out, according to police.
Candidates made a mad dash Tuesday to file for open state and congressional seats.
Thousands showed up to welcome the Wahlberg brothers to Mall of America Thursday.
Teens involved in a program that encourages them to be the best version of themselves launched boats they built Wednesday evening.
Channing Dungey says the comment “is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel the show.”
Rape kits are tools used to solve some of the most disturbing crimes in Minnesota, but thousands go untested, sometimes for years. Now, there’s an effort to test those kits and figure out what can be uncovered through the process.
Students at one Twin Cities middle school are putting their phones away during the school day.
The sign outside Husky showing how many days the plant has worked safely remains blank.
May and June are the most active months for finding orphaned and injured baby animals.
Hundreds woke up early to head to the royal wedding watch party at Brit’s Pub in downtown Minneapolis.
Police are investigating the gun-related death of a 7-year-old Plymouth boy.
People who lost loved ones to distracted driving are not ready to accept this is the end of the road for a bill that could prevent it.
Officials say thousands of fake political ads placed on Facebook were aimed at influencing the 2016 Presidential election.
A bicyclist was hit and killed by a school bus in St. Paul Wednesday afternoon.
The multi-state E. coli outbreak has made its way to Minnesota. Ten people in the state have gotten sick from eating romaine lettuce.
Quinnly Trocke has watched her brother go to doctor appointment after doctor appointment, and been there for countless surgeries in his 14 years.
Gov. Mark Dayton urged lawmakers to take action to reduce gun violence with what he calls “commonsense legislation” — in a last-ditch effort before the session ends.