Water Gremlin Ordered To Temporarily Cease Operations Following InvestigationIn the wake of an investigation into a lead threat, the Minnesota Department of Health has asked a court to halt operations at White Bear Lake's Water Gremlin.
With Growing Immigrant Population, Worthington Residents Asked For 6th Time To Build Another School Next week, voters in a southwest Minnesota city go the polls to decide whether to build a new school to alleviate crowded classrooms. It's the sixth time in as many years that residents in Worthington will face the decision.
'I Was Enraged': More Sun Country Airlines Customers StrandedOn the same day Sun Country's CEO hosted a media event to announce the company is hitting the reset button, more customers found themselves stranded by the airline.
Dissatisfaction Flying High On Sun Country Under New ManagementSun Country Airlines will highlight Tuesday what the company calls positive changes and future plans. But passengers have repeatedly reported to us their complaints about canceled flights and customer service.
State Lawmakers Announce Plans To Crack Down On RobocallsMinnesota lawmakers are joining the fight against frustrating robocalls.
Minnesota Family Wants To Know Why Daughter Was Prescribed 481 Pills In The Last Month Of Her LifeA Twin Cities family believes the system failed to protect their daughter from powerful prescription drugs. Marcy Small Hoffman died of a drug overdose four years ago. But her family's questions about her doctor's prescribing practices have gone unanswered.
'Things Went Too Far': Minnesota Doctors Keeping Closer Eye On Opioid PrescriptionsMinnesota doctors are keeping a closer eye on drugs they prescribe patients during the opioid crisis.
DNA Test Leads To Sisters Being Reunited After Decades Of SeparationA DNA test led to a life-changing reunion for two women in the Twin Cities.
'How Do You Pay Them Back For That?': Twin Cities Hockey Player Credits Stranger For Saving His LifeA Twin Cities hockey player is thanking a stranger in the stands for saving his life.
Meet Lucy: The Minnesota-Made AI SupercomputerArtificial intelligence may bring to mind robots or other machines taking over our jobs someday, but some Minnesota companies are proving machines can help workers focus on tasks that matter most.
'It Can Be Solved': 17 Years On, Search For St. John's Student Josh Guimond ContinuesA Minnesota family is fighting for fresh eyes to investigate their son's disappearance.