'He Also Likes The Bacon Bits': Bird Seen Eating From Twin Cities Supermarket Salad BarThere was a recent bird sighting in an unusual place.
Gopher Fans Prepare To Row The Boat In Florida For The Outback BowlMany Minnesota Gopher football fans are rowing the boat to Florida to ring in the New Year.
'You Don't Know What’s Under The Snow': Snowmobile Deaths Heighten Calls For Safety AwarenessSnowmobile trails across the state officially opened on Dec. 1, but many trails, including the ones in Prior Lake, are not ready for riders yet because there is still not enough snow.
Take A Sneak Preview Of The New North Loop Galley Food HallNorth Loop Galley opens to the public on Dec. 16. It is still hiring bartenders, table bussers and dishwashers.
'It Touched All Of Us': Community Reeling From Triple Murder-Suicide That Left Kjersten Schladetzky & Her 2 Sons DeadFor many in south Minneapolis, it's hard if not impossible to describe the terrible sadness and shock in wake of Sunday's triple homicide and suicide.
'It’s Better To Ask Than Not To Ask': How To Help Loved Ones Who May Be Domestic Abuse VictimsMany of us will be around family and friends this holiday season -- making it a good time to check in on your loved ones.
Shoppers Out On Thanksgiving For Black Friday DealsNo more waiting until the clock strikes midnight, Black Friday starts early these days.
'Serving Alcohol Is A Responsibility': 15 Eden Prairie Businesses Slapped With Underage Drinking CitationsSome Twin Cities restaurants are getting busted for serving alcohol to underage drinkers.
St. Paul Mayor, Police Chief Disagree Over Use Of Gunshot Detection 'Toy' For Fighting Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders are in disagreement about how funds should be used to fight gun violence.
Man Rescued On Bloomington Trail By Firefighters Who Just Finished Training For Fall RescuesIt took about six Bloomington firefighters to go in and carry out a hiker who fell and was injured over the weekend in a park reserve.
'It Is A Public Health Concern': Minneapolis Installs Used Needle Disposal Boxes In Pilot ProgramMinneapolis’s health department is doing something about the city’s needle problem.
Facial Recognition Technology Helps Police Catch Suspect In Attack On Elderly ManThe man suspected of attacking an elderly man in south Minneapolis got away at first, but surveillance -- and a critical piece of technology -- helped authorities track him down.
Meet The Wayzata Couple Behind 'Dog Threads,' Creating Matching Outfits For Dogs, HumansIf you're doing some holiday shopping for a pet lover in your life, there's a local company you should know about.
U.S Census Bureau Looking To Hire Thousands Of Minnesotans By SpringThe survey will determine things like state funding and congressional seats, but getting people to respond can be tough.
Police: 1 Student Hospitalized, Another Arrested After Stabbing At Bloomington's Jefferson High SchoolOne student was hospitalized and another arrested following a stabbing Tuesday at a Twin Cities high school.