Minnesota Auto Shops Swamped with Hail-Damage RepairsThousands of Minnesotans spent the day talking with their insurance agents, as Thursday's hail storm caused major damage to homes, cars, and boats.
'The Water Is Rushing Too Fast:' Four Groups Of Kayakers Rescued In Stearns CountyThe couple was treated on scene before driving themselves to a hospital.
West St. Paul Lake Closed To Public After 70,000-Gallon Sewage LeakA lake in Dakota County has been temporarily closed and cleanup efforts are underway after thousands of gallons of wastewater sewage entered the lake.
Rising River Levels Forcing Road, Trail Closures In Twin Cities “When you start talking about historic bridges and stuff being damaged, you can kind of get an idea that it’s more of a significant event than something we normally see," said NWS Meteorologist Brent Hewett.
After A Year Of Loss And Struggle, North Side Teens Find Healing Through ArtGun violence, the pandemic and a teacher strike have made it a tough year for students, especially in north Minneapolis. But a program called "Art is my Weapon" is trying to help them heal from the trauma, one brush stroke at a time.
Developers Transforming Vacant North Minneapolis Building Into Community Space A building in north Minneapolis has been sitting vacant for roughly 10 years. Now, a group of northside developers are on a mission to transform it into a space for the community.
Eastern Minnesota Communities Clean Up After Day Of Storms: 'The Devastation Was Too Much To Take In'“For one storm to come through and do all this damage is pretty remarkable," Dan Brown said.
Minnesota Foster Parents Share Experiences During Awareness MonthMore than 12,000 children and young adults experienced out of home care in 2021 and the need for more foster parents continues to grow.
Large-Scale American Veterans Memorial Park Breaks Ground Near Cannon FallsA piece of history landed near Cannon Falls on Saturday afternoon. The Huey helicopter, used during the Vietnam War, was part of a groundbreaking ceremony for a new large-scale American Veterans Memorial Park.
Native Community Restores Land Through Controlled BurnsIn Minnesota, a Native American community in Scott County is restoring land using fire. Friday morning, they conducted a controlled burn at Tewapa prairie located southeast of County Road 82 and Mniowe Trail in Scott County.
Bear Sightings On The Rise Around The Twin Cities“Minnesota is bear country," said the DNR's Andrew Tri.
How To Manage Finances Amid Inflation, Rising Interest Rates And Volatile Market“Tackle your debt, get a hold of that. You don't just contribute and stop, you know, focusing on debt. You do everything,” said financial advisor Mike Kojonen.
'It’s A Great Start,': Frontline Workers React To Bonus PayAfter months of debate at the capitol, lawmakers came together to pass a bill providing bonus pay for eligible frontline workers during the pandemic.
Above-Normal Rainfall, Snowmelt Causing Flooding In Parts Of MinnesotaThis weekend's rain and snowmelt are causing rivers to rise, prompting flood warning across northwestern Minnesota.
Minneapolis Recommends Indoor Masking As COVID Cases Continue to ClimbCOVID-19 cases keep climbing in Minnesota. While most are less severe, the weekly case rate has doubled statewide in the past month.