Drivers across several states will feel the impact of the winter storm.
The Minnesota Vikings have been taking advantage of their opportunity to communicate with Adrian Peterson.
Spring cleaning has arrived for ice houses in southern Minnesota. The state Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers that it’s time to remove fish houses and garbage from Minnesota lakes in preparation for the spring thaw. DNR enforcement chief Ken Soring says every year there are abandoned fish houses and garbage left behind on lakes. Soring says the agency will do what it can to identify those people who leave behind a mess and hold them accountable. Southern Minnesota anglers need to move their fish houses off lakes by midnight on Monday. In the northern half of the state, the deadline is March 16. Soring says with sparse snow cover across the state, anglers should have little trouble removing fish shelters and any debris.
A Minnesota father is accused of leaving his toddler in a car with the engine running while he got drunk in a bar.
Portion Of Worthington Mall Demolished
New Plans For The Site
Demolition of a portion of the Northland Mall in Worthington is underway, and city officials say it’s a sign of good things to come.
Minnesota’s high school graduation rate has climbed above 81 percent but there’s still a ways to go to meet a statewide goal of a 90 percent rate by 2020.
Authorities say there is “no credible threat” associated with the Mall of America after the release of a video purportedly made by al-Qaida-linked rebels that urges Muslims to attack shopping malls.
Minneapolis police have arrested someone in the targeted attack of a police officer that left him with a gunshot wound.
Big Lead Holds Up For Luverne In 3A Quarterfinals
Cardinals Hold On To Beat Redwood Valley 4-3
After building a 4-0 lead the Luverne Cardinals survived a third period scare, defeating Redwood Valley 4-3 in the Minnesota Section 3A Hockey Quarterfinals.
Minnesota’s health insurance exchange is giving a reprieve to residents who started the enrollment process before Sunday’s open enrollment deadline but couldn’t complete the process.
Minnesota’s congressional delegation is split on overriding President Barack Obama’s planned veto of the Keystone pipeline project.
State health officials say the flu season has claimed a fifth child victim in Minnesota, but other indicators show the influenza outbreak is fading.
Target Corp. is terminating about 550 employees in the Twin Cities as it ends operations in Canada.
Minnesota residents suffering chronic pain won’t be able to get medical marijuana until summer 2016 at the earliest.
A father of four from Duluth says he knows exactly what happened on board the Chinook helicopter carrying NBC anchor Brian Williams over the Iraq desert in 2003. Allan Kelly was one of three pilots on the helicopter.
Minnesota Suspends TurboTax Filings
Minnesota state revenue officials cite security concerns
Minnesota has temporarily stopped accepting TurboTax filings by individual taxpayers because of security concerns.
Two Sioux Falls teens charged with killing a man they were fighting with are in the Sioux Falls jail on $1 million bond each.
Red Cross In Need Of Blood Donations For February
Several drives to be held across Eastern South Dakota and Minnesota
The American Red Cross is always grateful for anyone who volunteers to give blood.
Potential users of medical marijuana have about one week to participate in a survey that could help the state get a picture of the likely demand for the drug.
Measles Case Confirmed On University Of Minn. Campus
20-year-old male student attended classes
The University of Minnesota says a case of measles has been confirmed in a student on the Twin Cities campus.