At one Waconia farm, there is no such thing as llama drama.
An inmate used a weapon to kill an officer at a Minnesota state prison, in the first death on record of an on-duty prison guard in the state, corrections officials said.
Earlier this month, dozens of vases were taken from head stones at cemeteries in Little Falls and Upsala in Morrison County.
Part of the credit for the new look can be given to an old piece of Americana.
Everybody’s got their thing, right? That holds true for a retired Minneapolis coach and teacher who has hobby that is just plain goofy — literally.
Gov. Dayton declared a state of emergency for 36 counties and the Red Lake reservation because of persistent severe weather.
Two days after bad storms swept across the state, some southwestern Minnesota towns are rolling up their sleeves for a flood fight.
With the Fourth of July two days away, health officials are warning people to be on the lookout for deer ticks.
Losing a loved one is one of the hardest things someone can go through. And the grieving process can last a long time. But from tragedy comes new life. And Ron Rudolph is learning exactly that.
Foresters Financial and Kaboom! partnered to build a new playground at Jenny Lind even before the tragic crash.
Jacob Wallace is visiting 22 cities and 19 ballparks across the country, and he’s doing it all by train.
The Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge stretches along 70 miles of scenic river way. And this time of year it seems to come alive for visitors close to home and far away.
Tensions continue to rise in the aftermath of a police shooting in north Minneapolis Saturday night.
There will be about 400 booths and close to 40 food vendors on site this weekend.
Thousands of people filled Amsoil Arena in Duluth to hear President Trump talk — but who paid for the rally?
Twenty five students from the 2018 senior class at Hastings High School are going into the military.
Father Eugene Stenzel has spent most of his life building with stone. And what he’s put together with his bare hands is truly amazing.
In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson officially proclaimed June 14 as Flag Day, which is now celebrated around the country.
At least two children were injured when a police chase ended with a crash at an elementary school playground in north Minneapolis.
In this week’s Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen takes us to Foley where a college project has led to one of the largest hops-growing farms in the Midwest.
On June 13, 1968, a tornado ripped through the town of Tracy, killing nine people and injuring 150 others.
One Cow. Four calves. A Sebeka family had a rare occurrence on the farm.
Imagine spending your summer days on top of a 100-foot cliff. It’s a reality for the good folks at Sand Creek Adventures.
Authorities are investigating an explosion Friday morning at an industrial glass manufacturer in the south metro.
Members of the class of 2018 will graduate from a high school they hardly stepped foot in this year.