Officials: 2 U Of M Athletes Suspended, Investigation UnderwayUniversity of Minnesota officials say two student athletes have been suspended from all team activity pending further investigation.
Congestion, Construction Create Parking Issues Near Target FieldWith the Twins consistently packing Target Field thanks to successful play, traffic has increased on nearby streets. Construction on Hennepin Avenue and other neighboring roads adds to the problem. It's also eliminated some street parking in the North Loop area.
Paramedics On The Front Lines Of Minnesota's Overdose BoomThe BCA recently reported 170 overdoses across the Twin Cities over a two week span. The victim died in 17 of those cases.
2 Arrested Following String Of Burglaries In West MetroSeveral home and car break-ins have been reported in nearly a dozen towns including Big Lake, Monticello, Plymouth and as far south as Eagan. In a Facebook post, the Wright County Sheriff's Office says there have been about 20 calls since June 3 regarding the crimes.
'My Way Of Giving Back': Man On Cross-Country Mission Mows Veterans' Lawns For FreeRodney Smith Jr. is on a cross-country tour to mow a veteran's lawn in all 50 states – his way of thanking them for their service.
'We Need To Remember Those Guys': 'Saving Private Ryan' Re-Released For D-Day's 75th AnniversarySome Minnesotans are honoring the 75th anniversary of D-Day with a night at the movies.
Woman Arrested For DUI In Lino Lakes 11 Years After Fatal Crash ConvictionElizabeth Renee Jacobson got a DUI at a bar in Lino Lakes last month. According to charging documents, she drove there intoxicated with her 10-year-old daughter in the car. More than 11 years ago, she hit and killed someone while driving drunk.
Twins Fever Causing Big Headaches At Target Field EntrancesThe early bird gets much more than just the worm at Target Field.
Blackface Photo In Chaska HS Yearbook Adds To Racial Tension In School DistrictOf all the memories made at Chaska High School this year, one in particular is quickly being removed from the yearbook.
Twin Cities Entrepreneur Crowdsourcing Porch Pirate-Proof Lock BoxesA Minneapolis man's determination to stop package thieves has turned into a business venture.
Cooler Spring Temperatures Slow Mosquito DevelopmentMosquitoes aren't hatching quickly this year despite the high amounts of rainfall and snowmelt Minnesotans have experienced. The bug is stuck in its larvae stage a little longer than expected thanks to the chilly start to the season.
Spring Frost Advisory Prompt Gardeners To Protect PlantsSue Hustings with Highland Nursery in St. Paul says to avoid using plastic to cover up plants. She says the material can actually attract cold temperatures.
‘Know These Officers’: Wayzata Police Unveil Memorial For Officer Bill Mathews, Sgt. J.W. AndersonA new memorial outside of the Wayzata Police Department honors the lives of two public servants who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Mohamed Noor's Attorneys File Motion To Throw Out Conviction In Justine Ruszczyk Damond's DeathAttorneys for a former police officer found guilty of murder want the judge to throw the conviction out.
White Bear Lake Water Levels Reach Highest Point In 16 YearsIn 2013, White Bear Lake dropped to its lowest level on record of 918.84 feet. As of Monday, it's at 925.07 according to the Minnesota DNR. That marks the lake's highest level since 2003.