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.
Preparations, Judging Underway At Minnesota State FairgroundsThe fun, the flair, the food. The State Fair is so close, you can almost taste the corn dogs. The Great Minnesota Get Together is less than two weeks away, but there's a lot of hard work to be done before everything is ready.
Former Scott Co. Jail May Become Homeless ShelterFirst, it was a jail. Next, a dormitory for seasonal workers at Valleyfair. Now, there's a proposal to turn it into something very different.
Marine Veteran Says TSA Wrongfully Took Cartridge NecklaceBack home, he never imagined he would have to fight again, this time for a necklace that bears the symbol of his time in the service. Like a locket, the hollow shell also contains a love letter from his girlfriend. 
'Sick To My Stomach': Child, Teen Hurt In Maplewood Triple Shooting; Families Fight Outside St. Paul HospitalSt. Paul’s Regions Hospital was locked down for a brief time Wednesday night in the aftermath of a triple shooting in Maplewood that hurt a child, a teen and a young man.
'God Bless Her Children': 2 Young Sisters Burned In Car Fire Outside Fridley WalmartCharred debris and police tape still remain where two girls were seriously burned in a parking lot fire Tuesday morning outside a Walmart in Fridley.
12 Injured After Truck Plows Into Minneapolis ApartmentA man is lucky to be alive after a truck plowed right through his apartment around 9:30 p.m. Friday on the corner of Lowry and Colfax in north Minneapolis. Twelve people were hurt in the crash and the apartment has been evacuated indefinitely.
'Still In Shock': Family Friend Remembers Victims In Eyota CrashA car ride changed the fabric of two families in an instant Friday morning.
Father Of Teen Killed By Deputies Voices Concern Over DPS Working Group"It seems overweight with politicians, law enforcement, former law enforcement and underweight when it comes to victims … more importantly, underweight with mental health professionals," Don Amorosi said.
In Less Than A Week, Slow Left Lane Drivers Could Face FinesOn August 1, a small slice of relief is on the way for motorists with one big pet peeve.
BCA Releases Case Files Of Deadly Encounter Between Archer Amorosi, Carver Co. DeputiesThe state's investigative bureau has released files in the officer-involved shooting of Minnetonka High School student Archer Amorosi, who was killed outside his home last summer.
'It Was Really Scary': Car Crashes Into St. Paul's Hubbs Center For Lifelong LearningA vehicle crashed into the lobby of the Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning Thursday morning, according to St. Paul Public Schools.
Rattlesnakes Prompt Public Meeting For Concerned Residents In WinonaIn “The Land of 10,000 Lakes,” you can come across flora and fauna of every variety and species. Loons, walleye and deer, of course -- but slithering, venomous rattlesnakes?
'Worst I've Ever Seen It': Flooding Lingers In Waterville After Heavy RainA stormy summer is to blame. From Friday night to Saturday afternoon, heavy rain spiked water levels by approximately 7 inches. The city is right in the middle of Tetonka and Sakatah lakes, so residents are used to some flooding, but not like this.
Months-Long Construction Project Aims To Make Plymouth Interchange SaferRelief from daily gridlock is on the way to one busy part of Plymouth, but not before months of construction.