Pearl Jam leaves fans at the X soaking after Twin Cities drought

Review: Clocking in at just over three hours with 32 songs, Pearl Jam’s show was madly energetic and fanatically crazed in all the right ways.

Minnesota schools scramble to catch up on computer coding

An increasing number of Minnesota students are forming software coding clubs, attending coding camps, and participating in organized coding events known as CoderDojos, which are popping up across the state.

Fire strikes downtown Minneapolis apartment building; 2 taken to HCMC

Apartment managers said it is unclear when residents can return to the downtown Minneapolis building.

Local Liberians rally to defeat Ebola fears

Meeting was intended to respond to questions, support prevention efforts and combat stigmatization.

Fire destroys north Minneapolis storefronts

No one was in any of the buildings at the time, the assistant chief said, and no firefighters were hurt. What led to the fire starting remains under investigation.


Crash in middle of night in western Minn. kills 1 teen, injures 2 others

A middle-of-the-night rollover crash killed one 17-year-old and injured two other teens near Alexandria, authorities said. The damaged pickup truck was spotted about 2:40 a.m. Friday by a passing motorist …


Emerson unveils expansions in Shakopee, Eden Prairie and Chanhassen

Maker of wireless monitoring systems will hire over 500 in metro area.


Selcer, Stensrud locked in Hennepin County district rematch

Candidates echoed each other in a bid to appeal to voters.


Watershed district rules rile southwest metro lake area residents

But the Riley Purgatory Creek Watershed District said it’s scaled back in response to concerns.


U.S. airdrops arms to Kurds in Syrian town of Kobani

The U.S. military said Sunday it had airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish forces defending the Syrian city of Kobani against Islamic State militants.


The Drive: It's prime season for car-deer crashes

Thirty percent of all such wrecks occur in October and November and another 11 percent in December.


Brooklyn Center police ID suspected peeping Tom; he's still at large

Police say they have put a name to the elusive peeping Tom who is suspected of prowling around the same Brooklyn Center house three times. Concerned that the Minneapolis man’s …


Policy, personality split Minnesota governor candidates

Personal questions and fresh topics enliven latest Dayton, Johnson debate.


Gophers No. 24 in Coaches Poll; haven't cracked AP Top 25

The Gophers moved into the Top 25 in the Amway Coaches Poll on Sunday, one day after a comeback victory over Purdue.


Expelled Nazis collected millions in Social Security

Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger, 90, is among dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals and SS guards who collected millions of dollars in Social Security payments after being forced out of the United States, an Associated Press investigation found.


Buffalo's last-second touchdown pass sinks Vikings + Photo Gallery + Video

Kyle Orton took the Bills 78 yards on 14 plays, including a conversion on 4th and 20, and found rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins in the end zone with one second left for the win.


Jacob's Generation: Classmate works to protect kids + Video

Alison Feigh was so moved by Wetterling’s disappearance that she made protecting children her profession.


David Letterman's cue card guy fired after assaulting writer at rehearsal

Veteran Tony Mendez was let go for attacking writer Bill Scheft backstage at CBS's “The Late Show” following an argument with the host.


Friends, family of Ebola patient reach milestone

As her boyfriend Thomas Eric Duncan lay dying of Ebola in a Dallas hospital bed, Louise Troh battled loneliness and fear that she too had contracted the disease while confined to a stranger's home under armed guard.