5 Twin Cities Beaches Still Closed Due To E. Coli LevelsEvery Monday morning from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Hennepin County tests the water from all their beaches. The county gets a sample of the water, brings it back to its headquarters in Hopkins and then a courier picks it up and brings it to the lab in New Ulm.
'Devastating': Fire Breaks Out At The Coffee Cup In St. Paul; Firefighters Rescue ManA beloved St. Paul coffee shop caught fire Friday evening.
'We Got To Do Something': 1 Dead, 5 Hurt In 2 Separate St. Paul ShootingsPolice in St. Paul are investigating two separate shootings that happened two hours apart -- one resulting in the city’s 12th homicide of the year.
Severe Storms Damage Southwest Minnesota Turkey FarmTornadoes and severe thunderstorms in southern Minnesota wreaked havoc Thursday night. One of the most severely-hit properties belongs to Dan Barnum. The touchdown tore apart his machine shed: huge poles were ripped out of the ground and metal sheets were spread across the fields.
Minnesota Nurses Association, Children's Hospitals Reach AgreementThe Minnesota Nurses Association reached a tentative agreement on a new three-year contract with Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota early Saturday morning.
Metro Transit Debuts Electric C Line Bus, Providing Connection For Underserved North MinneapolisA transportation project that has been in the works for years is now a reality.
Hundreds Attend Rainy Memorial Day At Fort SnellingHonoring the sacrifice American troops have made to keep us free. That's what this Memorial Day is all about.
Fort Snelling Volunteers Place 200K Memorial FlagsVolunteers placed American flags on all 200,000 headstones at Fort Snelling National Cemetery Sunday. It takes about 6 or 7,000 volunteers to put flags in front of every single headstone.
Minn. Nat'l Guard Members Share Meal With Families 7K Miles AwayHundreds of friends and family members of those deployed in Kuwait with the Minnesota National Guard gathered to eat a meal Saturday with their deployed loved ones.
Rains Can’t Stop 2 Big, Outdoor Twin Cities EventsThere are two big events in the city of Minneapolis this weekend that are planning to still go on, rain or shine.
Minnesotans Participate In Governor's Fishing Opener In Albert LeaGov. Tim Walz kicked off the 72nd fishing opener in Albert Lea Saturday morning. He took the day to fish on Fountain Lake.
Allina Gives Free Skin Screenings For 'Melanoma Monday'Minnesotans have the third highest rate of melanoma in America.
'Come Tell Us What Happened': 2 Deadly St. Paul Shootings Occur Within 14 HoursTwo men are dead in the city of St. Paul from two different shootings within 14 hours -- the eighth and ninth homicides of the year in the Capitol city.
Wife Saves Husband's Life Twice, Thanks To CPR TrainingOn March 10, Rich Peil came inside from plowing snow, sat down on the couch, and had a heart attack. Less then two weeks later, it happened again.
DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen Outguns Tim Walz In 1st Governor's Turkey HuntGov. Tim Walz braved the elements and joined a hunting party near Northfield for the first annual Governor's Turkey Hunt.