Eagan Police Honor Detective Who Saved Teen, Boy Who Rescued Drowning ManTwo Twin Cities heroes were honored at a ceremony held at the Eagan Police Department on Wednesday -- including an 11-year-old boy who rescued a man from drowning.
Amid Brutal Cold, Fairview Southdale Is Having A Baby BoomEvery time a new baby is born at Fairview Southdale Hospital, a lullaby plays. That lullaby has been ringing through the halls 60 times since Monday.
It’s Too Darn Cold For Just About Every Minnesota ActivityMany activities and services have come to a halt during Minnesota's polar vortex.
Area Businesses Offer Warm Havens In Record ColdIt's nothing but white and subzero temperatures outside, but in the Como Park Conservatory, it's a nice 70 degrees.
1 Dead, 1 Wounded In 'Chaotic' Shooting On St. Paul's East SideOne man is dead and another is injured after a shooting early Saturday morning on St. Paul’s east side -- the city’s third homicide of the year.
How To Keep Your Furnace, Pipes Ready For The Bitter BlastTechnicians are making the rounds in the Twin Cities as homeowners get their furnaces tuned up ahead of the cold front.
‘U’ Spending $500K Daily Due To Government Shutdown Funding LossUniversity of Minnesota and government officials met Tuesday to hear about how costly of an impact the shutdown has been.
Firefighters Develop Workout Plan In Wake Of Coworker's Heart AttackThe workouts run the firefighters between stations to get their hearts pumping – pushing and pulling tires and throwing sledgehammers.
‘It Can Happen Anywhere’: How To Protect Yourself From Radon Exposure
Jacob Wetterling Resource Center Specialist: Jayme Closs Will Need Time, Space To HealJane Straub, victim assistance specialist at the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, says people should celebrate Jayme's homecoming but also realize she will need time and space to adjust to life after what she's been through.
'We Rely On Snow In So Many Ways': Lack Of Snow Impacting Local BusinessesWinter accounts for nearly a quarter of all tourism in the state, according to the U of M Tourism Center. That includes snowmobiling, which contributes nearly $130 million to local economies.