'Really Disgusting And Elaborate': Alleged Sex Competition Prompts Protest, Investigation At Minnesota CollegeA sexual misconduct allegation led to a protest at St. John’s University on Thursday. Reports of a "sex competition" among men living on the first and second floors of St. Patrick Hall prompted the university to hire a third-party investigator to look into the allegations.
'Absolutely Gorgeous': 100-Year-Old Fire Tower Offers Tree-Top Views In Northern MinnesotaNorthern Minnesota dealt with its share of wildfires this year. And there was a time when the first defense against wildfires was a fire tower.
'We Are Pleasantly Surprised': Minnesota's Corn, Soybean Yields Better Than ExpectedThe U.S. Department of Agriculture said more than 90% of soybeans and about 65% of corn has been harvested.
Twin Cities Man Accused Of Operating Private Airport In Field Behind His Home"It’s never really bothered me. He’s got enough land there. It’s his land. He can do it if he wants,” neighbor Rodney Eggers said. “It’s a little loud, but after, you know, a couple minutes it’s up in the air and that’s it.”
U.S Hockey Hall Of Fame In Eveleth Honors Sport's History, All-StarsEveleth is also home to the world’s largest hockey stick- which is fitting considering how much success they’ve had on the ice.
What Kind Of Compensation Should Travelers Expect When Flights Are Canceled?It's been a record year for cancellations. So what kind of compensation should consumers expect when it happens? Good question.
Fall Colors Peaking Now In Parts Of MinnesotaThis will be a big weekend for fall colors across the state.
'It’s Almost Miraculous': Heads-Up Janitor Helps Save Doctor's Life If you have a health emergency, you want to see a doctor. But at Alomere Health in Alexandria, it was a custodian who helped save a doctor’s life.
Minnesota-Made Viking Ship That Sailed To Norway On Display In MoorheadHow would you like to set sail from Minnesota to Norway -- in a Viking ship? It’s been done. And in Moorhead, you can see the ship that did it.
Minnesota Farmers 'Pleasantly Surprised' By Strong Crop Yields Despite DroughtThat was a bad year for Minnesota farmers and many have been anticipating a challenging harvest season. But that’s not necessarily the case.
275 Schools Have Seen COVID Outbreaks Since School Year's StartThere have now been 233 grade schools that have had five or more confirmed cases of COVID-19 in students or staff since the start of the school year, according to the latest figures from the Minnesota Department of Health.
'I Still Can't Stop Smiling': Hunter With Cerebral Palsy Gifted ATV Wheelchair After Guides Host FundraiserHunting season is upon us, but for some people getting to a duck blind or a deer stand isn’t that easy.
Schell's Brewery: Preserving New Ulm's Tasteful Heritage For 160 Years“[Brewing's] definitely a labor of love. A lot of blood, sweat and tears goes into it,” Franz Marti said. “I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
As Vikings Prepare To Welcome Back Fans, U.S. Bank Stadium Unveils New FoodsIt's been a long time coming for Vikings fans. Many will head back to U.S. Bank Stadium for the first time in nearly two years on Sunday as the Seattle Seahawks come to town.
Kerfoot Canopy Tour Offers A Unique View Of Minnesota's Fall ColorsSoon enough the leaves will start changing across the state. And along the Minnesota River Valley, there’s a pretty cool way to see the yellows, reds and oranges.