Chevy Hopes To Gain Customer Trust With ‘Love It Or Return It’ DealIn an effort to rev up car sales, Chevrolet is bringing back a guarantee that allows you to bring back your car for a refund.
Zebra Mussels Pose Threat To Swimmers, SkiersZebra mussels are quickly becoming a water hazard you need to look out for in several state lakes.
Mat Kearney Shares His Love For Minn. At Basilica Block PartyMat Kearney grew up in Eugene, Ore., but he told thousands of music lovers at the Cities 97 Basilica Block Party that Minnesota has a special place in his heart.
Northland Flooding Only Getting WorseThe devastation from the Northland floods is only getting worse Friday morning. In fact, locals and government officials in the Northland say they've never seen it this bad.
NE Minn. Flooding Could Disrupt Weekend PlansExtensive flood damage in northeast Minnesota could disrupt your weekend plans.
Residents Of Carlton Asked To Evacuate Due To FloodsThe flooding has been so bad in Carlton, Minn. that hundreds of residents have been asked to evacuated.
Robber Pulled Gun On A BabyA Twin Cities mother says a gunman pointed his weapon at her baby and threatened to kill them.
Emergency Alerts To Be Sent Via Text MessageWeather warnings and other alerts will soon be available on your cell phone. This is part of a national plan to alert Americans to warnings, no matter where they are.
Cannon Falls Assesses Flood DamageThe Cannon River is still going at a fast pace Saturday in downtown Canon Falls. But it has dropped 8 feet in 24 hours. As the river receded, the scale of the damage downtown became evident.
Mpls. Murder Victim Remembered For Her SelflessnessA Minneapolis woman, who lived life helping others, was found dead in her home - a victim of blunt force trauma. Minneapolis Police are now looking for her killer.
Couple Awarded For Wearing Life-Saving HelmetsA Minnesota couple says they're living proof helmets save lives.
Lyndale Ave. To 'Open' 20 Blocks This SundayA busy Minneapolis street is about to change dramatically this Sunday for 20 blocks.
Authorities Reopen 30-Year-Old Case Of Kimball Post Office BombingFederal investigators say they're making new progress in trying to find who's responsible for a bombing in Minnesota more than three decades ago.
Extra Patrols Set To Make Downtown Minneapolis SaferYou'll see more police officers and sheriff's deputies patrolling downtown Minneapolis soon -- it's part of a plan to make it safer for residents and visitors this summer.
Duluth Cold Case Heats Up 31 Years LaterMinnesota police believe they're closer than ever to finding who killed a Minnesota teenager 31 years ago.