Erin Maye Quade Announces Primary Run After Being Forced To Withdraw While Going Into Labor At ConventionFour days after giving birth to her daughter, Erin Maye Quade’s life could have ended. “A $25 blood pressure cuff from Amazon saved my life,” she said.
Victim In Saturday's Double Homicide Was Brother Of 11-Year-Old Killed In 2000
Man Critically Injured In Minneapolis ShootingMinneapolis police say they're investigating another shooting on the heels of an already violent weekend.
New Sculpture Coming To Minneapolis's Lake Of The Isles: A Giant No. 2 Pencil“We thought let's do something basic, simple that we can execute, but something that's classic," said John Higgins.
April Cold, May Storms Set Farmers In Western Minnesota Back WeeksJohnson is best known for his Millennial Farmer videos on YouTube, but his latest installment will be about how hard his farm has been hit -- not just by wind, but also by rain. Between May 9 and May 15, that area of the state got anywhere from 5 to 10 inches of rain.
Pediatrician Offers Last-Resort Options For Those Searching For Baby FormulaBabies under the age of 1 require breast milk or formula as their primary nutrition. It's gotten very difficult to find any powdered formula in stock or available to ship.
Legislative Leaders, Gov. Walz Announce Broad Deal On New Spending, Tax CutsGov. Tim Walz and legislative leaders announced Monday a framework deal for a supplemental budget to spend the state's surplus.
Driver Fleeing Police Kills 1, Seriously Hurts Another In Brooklyn Park CrashA man trying to flee police crashed into another vehicle Sunday morning in Brooklyn Park, killing an innocent person in the process and seriously injuring another.
Regents Pick UCLA Law School Dean To Lead UW-MadisonJennifer Mnookin was picked to succeed outgoing Chancellor Rebecca Blank, the regents said. Mnookin holds a law degree from Yale and has served as dean of the School of Law at UCLA since 2015.
Northeastern Minnesota Braces For Record FloodingNear Voyageurs National Park, most docks are under water at area lakes and some 200 homes and resorts are at risk.
Housing Affordability In Twin Cities Hits Lowest Level In 18 Years, Realtors ReportThe difficult Twin Cities housing market is showing no sign of getting any easier for prospective home buyers, as the latest data from Minneapolis and St. Paul Realtors indicates home affordability has reached lows not seen since 2004.