Two separate outbreaks of cyclospora have the Minnesota Department of Health asking for even healthy people to come forward.
Families are mourning the loss of their future children after freezer malfunctions at Ohio and San Francisco fertility clinics this spring.
To mark a personal milestone she never met, a public plea for answers. Tuesday would have been Jodi Huisentruit’s 50th birthday.
From missing children to medical calls, she served the State Fair Police Department for nearly 40 years at the front desk.
Investigators in western Wisconsin are getting creative in their quest to find a killer.
It will be the last long holiday weekend for a Stillwater mechanic. Soon, every workday will be more like a weekend.
It’s a glimpse at modern-day policing: Where the goal of getting the bad guy remains the same.
From sauerkraut to kimchi, fermented foods are in the spotlight and on a lot of dinner plates.
This summer will mark one year since the murder of a young Richfield man, and a mother’s agonizing pursuit for answers.
Customers say a deal on botox at a Twin Cities skin care clinic left them with less than flattering results.
Step Therapy or fail first means sick people must prove the medications their insurance will cover won’t work before they can go on the drugs their doctor believes are best.
Studies suggest once young workers get a job in the service industry, they struggle keeping it or moving up.
It is the only unsolved homicide case in one southern Minnesota county, and a police chief is spending his retirement looking for new clues.
The second-largest county in Minnesota is taking steps to better respond to sexual assault reports after falling short in a review of sex crime investigations.
A Twin Cities teenager has a second chance at life after a successful heart transplant.
Friday night, landmarks around Minneapolis lit up in purple to remember the music icon.
Over the last two years, fans have made the trip to the Twin Cities for a glimpse of his private life. Now, as the anniversary of his death approaches, fascination around his life still remains.
Side effects from statins like muscle aches and memory issues led Dr. Elizabeth Klodas to look for answers in food.
The country’s top doctor says every day 115 people die in this country from an opioid overdose.
The murder of a beloved farmer, considered a real-life cowboy, has remained a mystery for 25 years.
Minnesota sleep doctors consider a new implant a game-changer in the quest to get real rest.
A family secret some Minnesota sisters held for years is now helping other abuse survivors heal.
They didn’t even know each other existed until a few months ago. Now, two Minnesota sisters are inseparable.
Since the first pregnancy test vending machine went in six years ago, they’ve spread to other states and yielded some surprising results.
For three years, we’ve been following the journey of a Minnesota family confronting Alzheimer’s disease.