Why Are The Leaves Changing Colors So Early In The Twin Cities?Summer is not officially over just yet, but leaves are starting to change colors -- and the change is starting somewhere you might not expect.
Spring Flooding Takes A Toll On Historic Redwood Falls Swayback BridgeWidespread flooding this spring has taken a toll on a historic Minnesota landmark.
School District Kicks Off Plan To Equip All Buses With SeatbeltsSouth Washington County Schools is one of the first districts in Minnesota to add seat belts to their buses.
St. Paul Police Union Head Blasts Decision To Drop Felony Charges Against Man Who Raised Gun At OfficersThe head of the St. Paul Police Union is lambasting prosecutors for dismissing felony charges against a man who raised a gun towards officers.
Highway 280 Reopens After 2-Bus Crash That Hurt 8The first day of the Minnesota State Fair got off to a dangerous start for dozens just a mile away from the fun, food and festivities.
Minneapolis Park Board Votes 7-2 In Favor Of Renaming Roads Around Bde Maka SkaThe Minneapolis Park Board voted early Wednesday evening in favor of changing parkway name signs around a popular Minneapolis Lake Thursday morning.
‘It Really Hurts Our Feelings’: Kenyon’s ‘Garage Of Goodness’ Event CanceledA small-town Christmas tradition won't be happening this year.
'My Baby Could Have Died': Marquell Johnson Charged In Drive-By Shooting That Injured 5-Year-Old Mpls. GirlA 27-year-old man has been charged in connection to the shooting of 5-year-old Jayda Holmes, who was shot in the foot while asleep in bed Monday.
'Don't Run Out And Sell Everything': Stocks Fall, Signaling First 'Yield Curve Inversion' Since 2007The stock market fell sharply Wednesday, with the DOW, Nasdaq and the S & P 500 all down. The bond market prompted the plummet.
Owners Able To Laugh After Car Crashes Through Minnesota's Largest Candy StoreFor four decades, the sweets and treats inside Minnesota's Largest Candy Store have been the main attraction. But this week, it is what is on the outside that is causing a sugar rush.
93-Year-Old Retired Upholsterer Puts Work On Display At State FairA Minnesota man who's mastered the craft of upholstery is ready to put his work on display. World War II veteran John Spencer has been on a roll making bedroom benches and is showing off his craft at the state fair for the first time-- at the age of 93.