Minnesota Vs. East Coast: Whose Winter Is Tougher?
It can seem like a few snowflakes on the East Coast become front-page news, prompting some Minnesotans to proclaim, "Those guys are babies."
Suffer From Varicose Veins? Study Shows Link To Blood Clots
It's the kind of thing you hope no one notices, but in some cases varicose veins are hard to ignore because they're painful.
How To Keep Your Facebook Profile Information Private
A massive data leak involving a popular social media site has some people scrambling to check their privacy settings.
Mille Lacs Facing 3rd Catch-&-Release-Only Walleye Season
Anglers and resort owners on Mille Lacs Lake face a third consecutive catch-and-release-only season for walleyes.
Sheriff’s Office: Driver Strikes Pedestrian On Highway 65
A stretch of highway in the north metro is closed after a driver struck a pedestrian Monday night.
Driver Injured In Power Outage-Causing Crash Dies
Police say the victim was an Uber driver, though it's not clear if the car was being used for ride-sharing at the time of the crash.
Wisconsin Boy With Rare Disease Gets Harlem Globetrotters Birthday Surprise
Harlem Globetrotters star Zeus McClurkin delivered a belated birthday gift to 10-year-old Ethan Kranig.
Group Hopes To Revitalize St. Anthony Falls District As ‘Lock And Dam’
It's been almost three years since the falls closed to boat traffic on the river. Since then, there's been much less action in the area.
Bill Seeks To Toughen DWI Penalties To Include Snowmobile, ATV Privileges
Minnesota lawmakers are cracking down on drunk drivers -- on snowmobiles and ATVs.
Duluth-Superior Shipping Season Expected To Open Tuesday
The Duluth Seaway Port Authority says departure times are hard to pinpoint, but the first two vessels plan to leave their winter berths on Tuesday.
Minn. Author Opens Co-Op Workspace For Women In Mpls.
The environment you work in can have a big impact on how productive you are. That's why a Twin Cities health and wellness expert decided to start a business unlike any other in Minnesota.
With So Many Options To Get Home, Why Do People Still Drink & Drive?
More than 400 people were arrested for drinking and driving over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend – that’s up 28 percent from last year, when the same amount of troopers were out on the road.
Documentary On Rep. Ilhan Omar To Debut At Tribeca Film Festival
A new documentary focusing on a Minnesota lawmaker is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Students Demand Minn. Senate Address Gun Violence
A group of high school students briefly shut down a Minnesota Senate committee hearing by calling on lawmakers address gun violence in schools.
Environmental Group Asks MPCA To Take Closer Look At PolyMet Water Permit
An environmental group is asking regulators to take a closer look at the draft water quality permit for the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
Sheriff: Wisconsin Man Drove Drunk, Fled Police Before Arrest
A Wisconsin man was arrested Sunday for driving drunk and fleeing police after a chase that reached speeds of 100 miles per hour.
Prosecutors Review Charges In Rochester Double Homicide
Prosecutors are reviewing charges against a man held for fatally stabbing two men at a Salvation Army apartment building in Minnesota.
Senate Approves Bill Requiring Strict Oversight, $10M In Fixes For MNLARS
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill Monday that will add strict oversight and nearly $10 million in funding to fix the state's computer system for vehicle licensing.
Pawlenty Files With Campaign Finance Board: ‘Final Announcement Soon’
It looks like a former Minnesota governor will make a bid for his old office this year.
Help Sought Finding Runaway Teen From Northern Minnesota
Authorities in northern Minnesota are asking the public’s help in finding a runaway teenager who might be in the Twin Cities area.
Economist Names Minneapolis 3rd Most Expensive City In North America
The Economist released the results of its Worldwide Cost of Living Survey last week, and Minneapolis ranked 26th worldwide.
2 Suspects Sought In Eden Prairie Super America Armed Robbery
Authorities are looking for two suspects after a Super America gas station was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning.
Man, 63, Dies In Northeast Minneapolis House Fire
Authorities say a 63-year-old man died Saturday from injuries in a house fire in northeast Minneapolis.
Local Overdose Prevention Manager Reacts To Trump’s Opioid Proposal
President Donald Trump is rolling out a new plan to combat opioid abuse across the United States.
Charges: Hair Stylist Groped Client’s Breasts, Called It A ‘Nice Tip’
A downtown Minneapolis hair stylist is accused of groping a client’s breasts last month, describing his actions as a "nice tip" and explaining it was fine because the victim was French.
Police: Man Arrested For Dropping Child From Balcony In St. Cloud
A 33-year-old man was arrested Sunday after apparently dropping a 4-year-old child from a third story balcony in St. Cloud.
Young Activist Won’t Let Cancer Get In Her Way
"I had a ten-year plan, and then I got cancer, so it's now a 15-year plan," Catarina Gomez said.
Authorities Investigate 10-Year-Old’s Death
The child was found unresponsive in bed. Authorities say there was no obvious trauma to the child, who had no history of medical problems.
State Patrol: 424 Arrests Through St. Patrick’s Weekend
That's despite options for getting home, including free bus rides, Metro Transit and Uber.
WATCH: USA Curling Team Makes Surprise Appearance At Wolves Game
The Minnesota Timberwolves may have lost Sunday evening, but Target Center was graced by the appearance of champions nonetheless.
Soccer Club Nixes Trip To Uganda Over Travel Ban Concerns
Immigration attorneys had concerns some of the players might not be allowed to return because of the travel ban.
Survey Finds Common Dreams & Nightmares
Some people have very vivid dreams, others don't remember them at all. Now, a new survey shows the most common dreams and nightmares men and women have.
Restaurant Workers Talk $15 Minimum Wage, Tip Credit In St. Paul
People who work in the restaurant industry met Sunday to talk about what raising the minimum wage means to tipped workers.
Klobuchar Demands Answers From Facebook On Cambridge Analytica
The demand comes after 50 million profiles of U.S. voters on the social media site were harvested for private information.
St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Results In 424 DWI Arrests
Hundreds of people taking part in St. Patrick’s Day festivities eventually ran out of luck and ended up in jail, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Klobuchar Highlights Legislation To Fight Opioid Abuse
enator Amy Klobuchar highlighted new legislation on Sunday aimed at fighting opioid abuse.
2 Dead, 1 In Custody After Stabbing In Downtown Rochester
Two men are dead and a suspect is in custody following a double stabbing Saturday night in downtown Rochester apartment building.
Some Officials Wanted Nikolas Cruz Committed In 2016
Officials were so concerned about the mental stability of the student accused of last month's Florida school massacre that they decided he should be forcibly committed.
Teen Killed In South Minneapolis Shooting; Investigation Ongoing
Investigators in Minneapolis are asking the public’s helping in figuring out who fatally shot an 18-year-old man Friday night in south Minneapolis.
Attorney General Lori Swanson Picking Her Fights Against Trump’s Agenda
In an era when Democratic attorneys general have increasingly taken the lead in opposing Republican President Donald Trump's agenda, Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson says she keeps doing her job the same way regardless of who's running the federal or state government.