A research project following three types of turtles is entering its second year
If you were in the south metro Tuesday night around 8 p.m., you may have seen this wall cloud. When it formed it was rotating, which could have eventually created a tornado.
A recent fly by with NASA's Juno spacecraft was the closest yet that we've ever been to the 'Great Red Spot' about 56 hundred miles away.
High up in the sky, the sun looks the same day in and day out. But looking closer and with the right equipment, you can see areas of the sun showing signs of activity: sun spots.
By now, you have probably heard about the extreme heat in the southwest. In Phoenix, temperatures have been 100 degrees or warmer 23 of the 26 days we have had so far this month.
The solstice happens late Tuesday night. Here are 11 things you may have not known about this bi-annual event.
Close to 1 percent of Minnesota's native prairie remains today, and a new program happening in St. Paul Thursday is focused on protecting our landscape.
Minnetonka High School's first ever Research Symposium was a great success with more than 40 students presenting their research to their peers.
The days of hand milking cows are over on this dairy farm.