Beloved Al's Breakfast Owner And Cook Hangs Up Apron After 40+ YearsDoug Grina has been working at Al's Breakfast in Dinkytown since 1977. He got a job in his 20s with hopes of studying horticulture. Instead, he found his calling.
'Who Steals The Grinch?': Apple Valley Community Helps Search For Stolen Yard DecorationEvery Who down in Apple Valley likes Christmas A lot. But there is one real-life Grinch who appears, did not.
New Minnesota History Center Exhibit Highlights Native American CommunitiesA new exhibit highlights the history and strength of the Native American communities of Minnesota.
The 'Do's & Don'ts' Of Online Shopping To Avoid Being HackedExperts recommend using a credit card. If any unknown charges show up later, they can be contested, whereas debit cards don't have the same protection.
Twin Cities Restaurant Offers Free Thanksgiving MealThis Thanksgiving, a Twin Cities restaurant opened its doors to offer a free dinner for the community.
'It's A Big Thing For The Whole State': University Of Minnesota Preps For National Spotlight On 'ESPN College Gameday'Kate Raddatz has a look at the work being done to get the U of M campus ready for the national spotlight!
Help Sought Finding Driver In Maplewood Hit-And-RunMaplewood Police are looking for the driver who hit and injured a pedestrian and didn't stop.
State Leaders Announce Major Affordable Housing InitiativesState leaders have announced major initiatives to invest in affordable housing.
Eagan Holds Community Meeting To Address Bike Safety After Death Of Patric Vitek, 13Some Minnesota lawmakers are coming together to talk bike safety in Eagan Tuesday night.
11 Horses Seized From North Branch Farm For Suspected Neglect, Investigation UnderwayInvestigators are looking into an alleged animal neglect case involving nearly a dozen horses on a Minnesota farm.
‘RSV’ Dangers: MN Health Officials Warn Parents Of Illness With Cold-Like SymptomsAs the holidays approach, doctors are warning parents to be on the lookout for a potentially life-threatening illness that's not the flu or a cold.
Data On Minnesota Child Well-Being Shows Improvement, But Achievement Gaps RemainState child advocates have released new data on the well-being of Minnesota's children. The data showed some improvements, such as a drop in poverty. But an achievement gap persists.
'A Well-Loved Kid': Red Wing Family Remembers Son, 25, Killed In House FireA father is grieving the loss of his son after a deadly house fire in Red Wing.
2 Teens Arrested, Charged In Shooting Death Of St. Paul Student Da'Qwan Jones-Morris, 17Officials at a Twin Cities high school are identifying the student killed Wednesday in a shooting in St. Paul.
'They Weren't All Happy Coming In To Get Shovels': Blooming Prairie Gets Early Start To WinterBlooming Prairie got 5 inches of snow overnight, taking many residents by surprise.