Eagan Woman Strives To 'Feel Normal' Again After Battling Breast CancerAn Eagan woman battling breast cancer reconnected with an old friend this month in a way that meant more than it might seem.
Mayor Of Marshall Speaks Out After Couple Is Seen With Swastika Face Coverings In WalmartThe mayor of a Minnesota town is getting international attention after a video was captured showing a couple wearing face coverings with swastikas at a local Walmart.
Police: Teenage Suspect In Custody After Man, 45, Found Dead In St. Paul AlleySt. Paul police are investigating a domestic-related homicide that occurred late Sunday evening.
YMCA To Close 3 Twin Cities Locations, At St. Paul, Prior Lake, And Lino LakesA major Twin Cities organization says three of its fitness facilities will be closing permanently, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Vikings' Head Athletic Trainer Eric Sugarman Tests Positive For COVID-19The franchise reported that members of his family have also tested positive for COVID-19 as well. He and his family are self-quarantining.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Health Dept. Reports 650 New Cases In Last Day, 2 DeathsThere have been significant increases in cases in a number of states across the country, with large numbers of new cases reported in California, Florida and Texas.
Minnesota's Schools Rank 7th In Nation In Recent SurveyThe top state in the country for schools was Massachusetts, followed by Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia, and Vermont.
Minnesota Parents Anxiously Await Gov. Walz's 'Back To School' PlanParents are anxiously awaiting Gov. Tim Walz's announcement this week on the decision for school this fall. The state has three scenarios to consider: in-person learning, distance learning or a hybrid model.
Finding Minnesota: Wadena Couple Builds Dream Treehouse That Becomes A Popular DestinationHave you ever thought about building a treehouse and then living in it? A northern Minnesota couple did exactly that and then took it to another level.
U.S. Bank Stadium, Other Downtown Mpls. Properties Vandalized OvernightAround 10 p.m. Saturday night, Minneapolis police say a group of about 50 to 100 people marched from 4th and Chicago Avenue to U.S. Bank Stadium vandalizing buildings along the way.
Weekend Storms Cause Flooding In Southern, Western MinnesotaSome intense storms this weekend led to flooding in some of Minnesota’s southern and western counties.
Man Dies Several Days After Shooting In Minneapolis' Willard-Hay NeighborhoodMinneapolis police say a man has died after being shot Monday evening in the Willard-Hay neighborhood.
Vaping Remains High Concern For Health Officials During PandemicThe Minnesota's Department of Health says 11 people have been hospitalized this summer with severe lung injuries related to vaping.
Extra $600 Unemployment Checks To End This WeekendTo get through the pandemic, hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans are relying on unemployment benefits, plus an extra $600 from the federal government. But that extra boost will end this weekend, because congress hasn't come up with a plan to extend it.
Minnesota Businesses Gearing Up To Enforce The Statewide Mask Mandate"We as a restaurant industry really owe it to each other to make sure we're following these guidelines."