Hundreds Of Veterans Rally In Solidarity At CapitolMore than 500 Veterans from Albert Lea to Duluth packed the St. Paul Armory for a pre-rally lunch.
Local Businesses Expecting Boost From Final FourCollege basketball fans will soon pour into Minneapolis for the Final Four. Local businesses are expecting to see an increase in customers, which will create opportunities for jobs.
Homeowners Battling Basement Leaks Across MetroSome homeowners in the Twin Cities are fighting Mother Nature in their own basements Thursday night.
Thousands Gather, Seeking Inspiration From Former First Lady Michelle ObamaObama has been touring the country with her new book, "Becoming," and will be sharing about experiences that have shaped her.
Crews Work To Patch Spring Potholes, While Drivers Report Costly RepairsThe big thaw is happening, and it's uncovering what was hidden beneath the snow and ice: potholes.
Professionals Provide Tips To Prevent Flood DamageThere are some steps you can take now to prevent flood damage to your home. Heavy rain can impact not only our roofs but can also invade our basements because of clogged catch basins.
Minnesota Jazz Legend Bobby Lyle Jams With High SchoolersJazz legend Bobby Lyle has returned home to his roots to teach the next generation of musicians.
'It's Theirs More Than It Is Mine': Minnesotan Andrew Bundermann Receives 2nd Highest Military HonorMinnesota native and former Army officer Andrew Bundermann is being honored with the nation's second highest decoration for military valor.
Fans Descend On The X For The Boys State Hockey TournamentThe boys State High School Hockey Tournament is underway at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
'We Had No Idea How He Got On': Sex Offender Michael Friedrichs Sneaks Onto St. Paul School BusThe 5- and 6-year-olds from Chelsea Heights Elementary School in St. Paul were on a field trip to the Walker Art Museum when a sexual predator hitched a ride to St. Paul by hiding out in the back of the bus.
Doctors Stress Importance Of Knowing Warning Signs Of StrokeActor Luke Perry suffered what doctors call a massive stroke at his California home last Wednesday. He was hospitalized but never recovered.
'We Have Had Enough': Toolkit Seeks To Reduce, Prevent Police Shooting DeathsFor the first time, families with loved ones that were shot and killed by police teamed up with Twin Cities prosecutors to create a guide for law enforcement.