Berry Davis, Cedric Berry Get Life In Prison For Kidnapping, Killing Realtor Monique BaughForty-two-year-old Cedric Berry and 41-year-old Berry Davis were also convicted on attempted first-degree murder in the shooting of Baugh’s boyfriend.
Robbinsdale Works To Remove Invasive Carp From Crystal LakeCities across the metro are concerned that invasive fish species, like carp, are taking over lakes and ponds. 
Dry Weather Could Impact Canning Production For Sweet Corn, PeasFarmers grow a lot of sweet corn and peas, but that production will likely be down this year.
Soudan Mine Visitors Journey A Half-Mile Into Minnesota HistoryAt its peak, about 2,000 miners worked 12-hour shifts, six days a week inside the Soudan Underground Mine.
Lack Of Pyrotechnic Workers Affecting Fireworks Shows This Holiday WeekendIn order to get the fireworks show ready, it takes workers about six hours of preparation.
77 Years After He Went MIA, Family Learns Story Behind WWII Soldier's Final BattleLike so many young men during World War II, Harlan Melinsky found himself far away from farm life and fighting for his country overseas. In May 1944, his patrol came under attack by German soldiers near Itri, Italy.
Back Together: A Grand Return To Nature At Grand Rapids' Sugar Lake LodgeDuring COVID-19 restrictions last year, business dropped nearly 70% at Sugar Lake Lodge. But over the course of last summer and into this one, it’s bounced back.
'The Most Incredible Thing': Taking In Views Of The St. Croix Valley From A Hot Air BalloonAamodt’s Hot Air Balloon Rides can take you from one state to another.
Minnesota Zoo, MnDOT Partner To Address Dwindling Blanding's Turtle PopulationA partnership between the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota Zoo is helping turtles make a comeback.
Finding Minnesota: At Duluth's Rose Garden, Thousands Of Vibrant Flowers Are Uniquely Situated On Lake Superior's ShoreIn this week's Finding Minnesota, John Lauritsen explored the Duluth Rose Garden.
Minnesota's Dry Weather Leading To Hay Shortages On Farms, Concerns For Live StockMinnesota's dry weather is causing concern for many Minnesota farmers, including those who depend on a hay crop for their live stock.