Minneapolis Residents Busy Raking Fall Leaves
Yard waste collection will end the week of November 12th in Minneapolis, so residents better rake leaves while they can.
Wild Mountain Opens To Skiers Sunday
While many people were out raking leaves on Sunday, others were hitting the slopes.
Minneapolis Man Collecting Blankets To Help Twin Cities Homeless
Before the weather gets freezing cold, a gesture of warmth in Minneapolis.
Family-Owned Molitor’s Haunted Acres Has Been Scaring People For Over 2 Decades
The average haunted house or farm lasts between 4 and 7 years. But one of them has been around for more than two decades, and it continues to grow every year.
St. Thomas Community Mourning Death Of 19-Year-Old Student
A native of Andover, Minn., Katie Mullen was in the prime of her life when it ended far too soon.
Day 7, No Answers In Jayme Closs Case
Seven days, and no clear answers Sunday night in the search for Jayme Closs.
Medtronic Co-Founder Earl Bakken Dies At 94
In a Facebook post, Medtronic officials say Earl Bakken died peacefully at his home on Sunday.
Authorities Warn Again About Dangerous St. Paul Caves
St. Paul authorities are again warning people to stay away from the city's caves by the Mississippi River.
2 Pick-Up Truck Drivers Killed In Renville County Crash
Two pickup drivers died Friday morning in a head-on crash in west-central Minnesota.
Mega Millions Players Ponder How To Spend Record $1.6B Prize
With the Mega Millions lottery jackpot at a record $1.6 billion, people are snapping up tickets across the U.S.
Semi Rollover At I-494 & Hwy 169 Prompts Lane Closures
The Bloomington Fire Department says a semi truck rolled off a highway ramp Sunday and landed on another ramp below.
Sports Fans Feel Impact Of I-35W Weekend Closure
Summer is over, but sadly, road construction season is not. A “Downtown to Crosstown” closure of Interstate 35W from Highway 62 to Interstate 94 is in effect until Monday morning, and it is delaying sports fans all weekend long.
Volunteers Plant Dozens Of Trees In Minneapolis
Dozens of volunteers spent Saturday morning planting trees in Minneapolis. Hennepin County foresters helped organize the effort to beautify the Hiawatha Corridor. The foresters taught around 40 volunteers how do plant a tree, before sending them of on their own.
Animal Humane Society Temporarily Lowers Large Dog Adoption Fees
If you have been thinking about adopting a four-legged friend, now may be the time. The Animal Humane Society is lowering adoption fees until Monday on large dogs because they have so many who need a home.
Day 6 In The Search For Jayme Closs
It is day six and the first weekend in the search for Jayme Closs in western Wisconsin. The 13 year old has been missing since early Monday morning. Her parents, James and Denise, were found shot to death inside their home. Someone called 911 from the mother's cellphone at about 1 p.m. Monday morning. Law enforcement showed up four minutes later, but Jayme was gone. There has been no sign of her since.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Taking Different Approaches To Housing The Homeless
As the temperatures cool, the Minneapolis City Council is moving forward with a plan to relocate hundreds of people living in sprawling downtown encampment. One-point-five million dollars will be used to pay for a temporary Navigation Center for the people who are currently camping out near Franklin and Hiawatha avenues.
Man Killed By Car In Central Minnesota
A 66-year-old man was hit and killed by a car while crossing a highway in Becker Friday.
Minnesota Frozen Food Company Recalls Pork, Chicken Products
Authorities say a Minnesota frozen food and packing company is recalling more than 212,000 pounds of ready-to-eat pork and chicken products that contain vegetables that might be contaminated with salmonella and listeria.
Fire Department Battles Flames At Commercial Building Late Into Friday Night
Firefighters battled a raging fire for four hours at a commercial building in St. Paul Friday night.
No Mega Millions Winner, Jackpot Climbs To $1.6 Billion
No one won the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot climbs to a staggering $1.6 billion.
University Of Minnesota Exhibit Focuses On Water
A new, traveling exhibit hosted by the University of Minnesota showcases the stories and relationships Minnesota residents have with water.
2 Dead In Renville County Crash
Two men are dead after their trucks hit each other head on Friday morning.
Apple Valley Student Runs For Clean Water In Africa
"I'm in a position where I can give back," Maq Collins said. "So why not do that?"
The Heat Was Nice, But The Weekend Could Bring Snow
Friday's high temperature reached 65 in the Twin Cities, but Saturday's high is expected to stall out in the very low 40s.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed In Becker
The pedestrian was crossing Highway 10 near Sherburne Avenue at about 7:30 p.m.
‘Prioritize Everything’: Ex-Public Safety Commissioner Speaks About Closs Search
Don Davis is not connected to the Jayme Closs investigation in any way, but thinks it may be a tough one to solve.
19-Year-Old Dies Of Injuries Sustained In Farm Accident
Kaleb Fischer suffered injuries while repairing a manure spreader on Wednesday.
Boundary Waters Wilderness Act Turns 40 This Weekend
The statute hoped to protect and manage wildlife, maintain environmental quality, and prevent commercial development.
Jared Scheierl Takes Stand To Describe Kidnapping, Assault Involving Danny Heinrich
The 12-year-old boy once kidnapped and assaulted months before Jacob Wetterling’s murder walked out of court a 41-year-old man finally feeling some relief.
Nobles County To Appeal Order In Immigrant Detainee Case
Nobles County has a contract to house ICE detainees and transitions into ICE custody were done if paperwork was in order.
Jayme Closs Now At Top Of FBI’s Missing Persons List
"It just breaks your heart that it's this close to home, because Barron's a small town. It's quiet," a neighbor told WCCO.
Man Faked Cancer, Spent $14K+ In Funds Raised On His Behalf
"He took the money. He spent the money on drugs, video games, alcohol, whatever he felt like. And he wasn't sick."
Duluth Estimates Lake Superior Storm Damage At $18.4 Million
The city released its estimate Friday from the Oct. 10 storm, which packed winds of more than 60 mph that sent huge waves crashing ashore.
Elk River Seeks Tax Increase For Recreation Areas, Activity Center
The city of Elk River is seeking $35 million to repair and improve recreational and outdoor activities, and the Elk River City Council is proposing a half-cent sales tax to raise the money.
Naked Man Invades Woman’s Home In St. Cloud
The woman who called police said that the naked man, who she did not know, was in her bedroom, exposed and touching himself.
Detroit Man Gets 5 Years In Prison For Minnesota Heroin Distribution
A 44-year-old Michigan man has been sentenced to five years in prison for distributing heroin throughout the Leech Lake Indian Reservation and surrounding areas.
‘He Was Truly A Lot Of Fun’: Brother Remembers Little Free Library Founder
A Wisconsin entrepreneur whose little libraries made a big impact all over the world has died. Todd Bol created the first Little Free Library in Hudson, Wisconsin, in 2009.
City Council Approves Funding For Homeless Encampment Temporary Shelter Center
The Minneapolis City Council has approved $1.5 million in funding for a temporary shelter center officials say will provide a safe, service-rich environment for people currently living at the homeless encampment at Franklin and Hiawatha avenues.
I-35W Motorists Get Bit Of Construction Relief Monday
If you depend on Interstate 35W between downtown and the crosstown, get ready for another closure this weekend.
Moorhead Officer Charged With Felony Assault On Suspect
A Moorhead, Minnesota police officer is charged with felony aggravated assault after a suspect was injured at Sanford Hospital in Fargo.