A Tornado Watch is in effect for much of central/southern Minnesota, including ...
Minnesota State Lottery players won nearly $3.9 million in prizes during
the 6 ...
A Twin Cities mother is hoping her story is a reminder to other parents about ...
By noon Wednesday, the Green Valley Fire north of Menahga had consumed more ...
Officials awaited daybreak to fully assess the scope of the destruction left in ...
By noon Tuesday, the Green Valley Fire north of Menagha had consumed more than ...
The Wounded Warrior Project hosts the fifth annual Minnesota Wounded Warrior ...
Health Fair 11 in the "Q"mmunity is offering free basic health screenings on ...
David Ortiz homered twice and drove in six runs to torment his former team once ...
Oxbow has won the Preakness, ruining Orb's bid to capture the Triple Crown.
Two Minnesotans are taking home titles in the ninth annual Fargo Marathon.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure came soon in the healing process for Barbara Kaiser. It's been just over a month since her sister Judy Raridoux died from breast cancer.
A Minnesota family has been reunited with a father and husband after 15 years of separation.
Ask anyone at Eau Claire's annual Ragtime Festival and they'll tell you the magic is in the pianists' fast moving fingers.
The mind of Win Borden has taken him on quite a ride the past 69 years, from Merrifield to the State Capitol to a federal prison - and now back to the farm where he started, reinventing himself once again as a social media blogger.
Story ideas are sent to television reporters from all sorts of places. But it was a trip to a home improvement store to buy a bird feeder for my backyard that left me a bit more optimistic about the future of manufacturing in America.
"Land of 10,000 Stories" reporter Boyd Huppert and photojournalist Jonathan Malat have headed back out on the road to reconnect with several of their favorites - from a duck in a truck, to a wish fulfilled for a terminally ill teen.
David Anderson was right where he belonged on New Year's Eve: at the front of the dance floor, surrounded by his friends, disc jockeying the music. But it's how Anderson was mixing the sound that made the evening extraordinary.
The sound track of the 1940s was played in three part harmony. It was also born in Minnesota, under the names Patty, Maxine, and LaVerne Andrews.
Maynard Meyer is co-owner of 25,000-watt Q-92 FM. Or, put more accurately, co-owner and then some. "General manager, chief engineer, morning DJ, news director, program director, women's ski report," Meyer laughs as he rattles off his titles.
When Bud Shaefer's children bought him a bicycle for Christmas four years ago, he feared they had wasted their money.
Landscape photographers spend their careers chasing perfect sunlight. Twin Cities photographer Ed Wargin is in another kind of race, one against time.
The Minnesota Youth Athletic Service says on a given weekend between November and June, thousands of young athletes, boys and girls ...
A Twin Cities mother is hoping her story is a reminder to other parents about the seriousness of the "choking game."
A Tornado Watch is in effect for much of central/southern Minnesota, including the Twin Cities and western edge of Wisconsin until 9 p.m. tonight.
A call of a man burned at a Wyoming, Minnesota house Saturday led to the discovery of an illegal fireworks operation.
Lottery officials have announced winning numbers in a near-historic Powerball jackpot.
A lottery official says 1 winning ticket has been sold in Florida for a record Powerball jackpot of more than $590 million.
Duluth police are looking for a 12-year-old boy. According to a police news release, Lyrik James was last seen getting on the bus after classes ended Thursday afternoon at Lincoln Park Middle School.
On a day in which spring made its return to Minnesota with a vengeance, Nadalie Thomas caught Old Man Winter making his last stand
Police are casting "fresh eyes" on the cold murder case of Anne Dunlap, 31. The Minneapolis woman was stabbed to death in 1996 and left in the trunk of her car in a Lake Street parking lot.
With the House, the Senate, and the Governor agreeing on a $1.60 tax increase on cigarettes there is very little smokers and owners of tobacco shops can do.
If you've been to a live concert in the Twin Cities over the three decades, there's a good chance Sue McLean was responsible for booking the show.
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The Minnesota Youth Athletic Service says on a given weekend between November and June, thousands of young athletes, boys and girls from 4th grade to 9th grade play basketball in Minnesota.