5 Historical Facts You Didn't Know About MinnesotaImpress your friends with these five little-known facts about Minnesota
House Fire In Loretto Apparently Caused By LightningA house in Loretto sustained minimal damage after catching fire early Wednesday morning. According to reports, a house in the 100 block of Summit Avenue caught fire after it was apparently hit by lightning.
Black Lives Matter Plans Protest Outside Governor’s ResidenceThe group Black Lives Matter is going to Summit Avenue in St. Paul on Tuesday to show displeasure with Gov. Mark Dayton’s comment on the weekend protest at the Minnesota State Fair.
Best Weekend Activities For Seniors In MinnesotaSeize the opportunity to do something different. Check out these five diverse, but interesting diversions.
St. Paul Teens Charged In Crime Spree That Ended With Friend's DeathThree St. Paul teens face charges ranging from aggravated robbery to car theft for a string of crimes that culminated in the self-defense shooting death of their friend. The Ramsey County Attorney's Office says 17-year-old Donte Edward Foster and 16-year-old Kendell Anthony Lewis are charged with two counts each of first-degree aggravated robbery.
3 Teens Behind Bars After Robbery Turned Fatal ShootingThree teenagers are behind bars in connection with a robbery that left another teen dead. Investigators say the four teens were attempting to rob a couple in Shadow Falls Park along Summit Avenue in St. Paul.
St. Paul Police Investigate Overnight ShootingSt. Paul police are investigating after shots were fired Sunday night in the same location where a man was killed over the weekend.
St. Paul Police Investigate Shooting In Shadow Falls ParkOne person is dead after a shooting in St. Paul late Friday evening. According to St. Paul Police, around 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a call of a robbery in the area of Summit Avenue and Mississippi River Boulevard.
Wander Minnesota: Memorial Day Observances & CelebrationsSure, the weather has (finally) started to act like it's supposed to this time of year, but we all know summer really starts over Memorial Day weekend, when everyone begins flocking in earnest to lakes and northwoods.
Charges: Man, 30, Raped Ex-Girlfriend At Knifepoint & Led Police On ChaseA 30-year-old man faces charges in connection to the sexual assault of his ex-girlfriend in St. Paul and a police chase that ended with him crashing his car in Eagan early Thursday morning, according to the Ramsey County Attorney's Office.
Governor’s Residence Offers Holiday ToursIt's one of the biggest houses on Summit Avenue in St. Paul -- and it's the place Minnesota's governor calls home. A few times each year, the doors of the Governor's Residence are opened to the public for tours. It's also an interior designer's dream assignment. Six local designers each had a chance to decorate a room inside the house for the holidays.
St. Thomas Issues Safety Alert After Attempted Robbery Near CampusThe University of St. Thomas issued a safety alert Tuesday morning after a student was attacked in an attempted robbery. Authorities said the incident happened at about 12:41 a.m. Saturday in the area of Summit and Cleveland Avenues.
Labor Day Weekend: Beyond The FairIt arrives all too quickly, but alas, it's here: Labor Day weekend, the official end of summer. If you've already made your pilgrimages to the Minnesota State Fair and the Renaissance Festival, what else can you do on this glorious long weekend? Plenty.
Minneapolis-St. Paul: 5 Free Things For VisitorsLike many places that endure long, difficult winters, Minnesota comes alive when the weather warms up. So many people from the Twin Cities — as Minneapolis and St. Paul are known — head to lakes in northern parts of the state that the city's attractions truly open up to out-of-towners. And as in any urban area, some of the best are free.
White Substance Sent To Governor's Mansion Found To Be Non-ToxicA hazardous materials team was called to the Governor's Mansion Monday afternoon after a staffer opened a letter covered in a small amount of white powder. Staff members called the State Patrol who then called in the St. Paul Fire Department. Firefighters, wearing protective jumpsuits, were sent in to try and figure out what that powder was.