A gunman is at large after a fatal shooting in south Minneapolis. More>>
Three teenagers and a 20-year-old are dead after a vehicle in which they were passengers lost control on an icy patch of road outside of Sleepy Eye on Friday night.
With more people signing up for the state's solar energy incentive program than the system can handle, Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman is heralding it as a "phenomenal success." More>>
Minneapolis police are investigating a fatal shooting near the 1800 block of Hillside Avenue late Saturday night. More>>
The suspect in a deadly stabbing was still inside the home when Minneapolis police arrived to the 1100 block of 13th Avenue SE early Saturday morning. More>>
The Belle Plaine Police Department is asking the public to help locate a mother who fled her court-ordered supervised visitation appointment with her 5-year-old son. More>>
A fallen Minnesota Marine returned to Waseca on Saturday as friends and family gathered to recognize him for his honor and valor.
Since the first week of December, winter has had its icy and frigid grip on the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes regions, but guess what? It comes with benefits!
President Obama has invited the Gopher women's hockey team to the White House to recognize their perfect 2012-13 season.
This weekend, we Spring Forward to Daylight Saving Time and we take our sunsets past 7:00 p.m. for the first time since September 27. More>>
If you've ever used a valet service, chances are you have handed your keys over without much worry. That may change after you hear Trisha Dooher‘s story. More>>
The family and of 7th grader Abdullahi Charif and their lawyers spent two hours at the St. Louis Park Middle School swimming pool where their 12-year-old son drowned. More>>
Steve Lear, a financial planner with Affiance Financial talks about refunds and why you should save it if you do. More>>
Over the past year, around 20 break-ins have taken place at senior living complexes across the metro. More>>
A mom is in disbelief after learning her daughter was allegedly sexually assaulted along with two other girls on the school playground. More>>
Interstate 35E is closed in both directions all weekend between downtown St. Paul and Highway 36, near Little Canada, Minn., for bridge demolition work that's part of a MnPASS express lane project. More>>
St. Paul police are investigating a shooting at Tom Reid's Hockey City Pub. A man was shot in the chest at the popular hockey bar on W. 7th Street just before midnight Friday. The victim was taken to Regions Hospital and is expected to survive. More>>
The agent for defensive end Jared Allen says his client is looking forward to free agency, but he is not interested in a role as a situational pass rusher. More>>
We all like a good warm up, but the rise in temperature does not always come without it's share of problems. We will worry about flooding a bit later, but for now its fog, slick roads and bad air at the More>>
A University of Minnesota assistant professor was arrested Friday in Minneapolis on warrant out of Louisiana for child exploitation. More>>
Amy Senser has been approved for work release, starting April 24, the Minnesota Department of Corrections confirmed Friday. If Senser's good behavior continues, she will be released from prison on Oct. 20. More>>
More than 500 students were evacuated from Heights Community School in St. Paul on Friday after a student brought a harmless, hollowed-out grenade to school to show to his friends. More>>
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Frank Jobe invented the transplant procedure in 1974 after Dodger pitcher Tommy John heard his arm snap after throwing a pitch. More>>
Russia has reportedly begun large-scale air defense drills as tensions with the West continue escalating over the fate of Crimea. Pentagon officials on Friday confirmed the report to Fox News based on the latest intelligence available to U.S. officials. An estimated 20,000 Russian troops are now in Crimea, including roughly 15,000 that were stationed at its naval base in Sevastapol, Ukraine More>>