'Good Job, Buddy!': Video Of Bald Eagle Catching Huge Fish On St. Croix River Goes ViralAn afternoon on the river turned into a once-in-a-lifetime sight for a Woodbury couple.
Police: Robert Buckingham Suspected Of 2 Dozen Home Invasions Targeting Latino FamiliesA 33-year-old man is facing burglary and robbery charges after he allegedly stole $10,000 in cash from a south Minneapolis home over the weekend and threatened a teenager inside with a large knife.
'You Can Tell There Is A Soul In It': Kevin Fitzke Builds Vintage Wooden Race Boats From ScratchMinnesotans have enjoyed getting out on the lakes for decades -- and a St. Paul man is looking to bring back that vintage-boat feel.
'Rec On The Go' Brings Summer Camp To Kids For FreeSome parents don't have the means to take their kids to camp, or simply can't afford it. But a program in Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center is bringing summer camp to kids for free.
Funeral Held For Hopkins Detective Kevin HegyiThere were heavy hearts Friday in Brooklyn Park as friends and family remembered Detective Kevin Hegyi, a Hopkins police officer. The 45-year-old father of three died after he was hit by an SUV while riding his bicycle early Sunday morning.
Concerned Minnesota Farmers Attend Listening Session With Ag SecretaryIn front hundreds of concerned farmers, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue listened to how a trade war with China has impacted businesses and families in Minnesota.
North Minneapolis Woman Shot By Boyfriend May Never Walk AgainThe family of a woman shot in North Minneapolis says it's possible she won't walk again. Thirty-one-year-old Kristina Williams was shot by her boyfriend, Mario Benjamin, early Friday morning.
Finding Minnesota: Clear Spring Farm Home To Yak HerdOn a typical Minnesota farm, you will find all kinds of animals: chickens, goats, horses – but how about yaks? That's life for one Goodhue County family.
Man Drops 42 Pounds In 3 Months To Donate Kidney To BrotherFor 40 years, Scott had expected to give Jeff a kidney. The good news, he was a match. The bad news, he was in no position to help his brother out.
Lawsuit Challenging Grape Laws For Minnesota Wineries Moves ForwardCurrent laws stipulate that wineries here must use a majority of Minnesota-grown grapes to make wine.
St. Cloud Tightens Massage Regulations In Fight Against Sex TraffickingCities are tweaking their massage regulations to cut down on the problem of human sex trafficking – and St. Cloud is the latest to take those steps.