That's the unintended consequence of a small-town saga over free speech.
The two new segments will showcase the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers.
BURNSVILLE MARCH 23 Drugs. A 64-year-old Lakeville man was arrested for possession of marijuana and being in the park after hours on the 100…
A woman walked onto Interstate 35W and was killed after being run over by an SUV Thursday, authorities said. The State Patrol identified the deceased…
Lifelong learning was more than a pleasant pursuit for the 26-year professor of religion at St. Olaf College.
Judge rejects leniency plea from Allen Scarsella, who was sentenced Wednesday for shooting five black men at a 2015 demonstration following the death of Jamar Clark.
The trooper saved one eagle and later released it. This time the injuries were too severe.
A St. Anthony police officer pulled over a car about 8 p.m. near Hamline and Hoyt avenues. As the officer approached the vehicle on foot, it sped away, the police said.
The unidentified middle school student made the post Sunday afternoon and police responded soon after.
A man's body was found Sunday afternoon floating in the Mississippi River, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office said.Officials from the Minneapolis Police Department spotted the…
CPR efforts by a family member and then emergency responders fail to save girl's life.
Chris Anderson has become an "ambassador" for MS through advocacy and fundraising.
Four months after officials were forced to remove a controversial cross from the city’s Veterans Park, residents have restored the memorial to a newly established…
BURNSVILLE MARCH 17 Theft. A 38-year-old St. Paul woman and a 35-year-old Burnsville woman were arrested for theft after they were caught shoplifting at…
Lisa Richardson will run laps on a 4.2-kilometer loop on the snow and ice, watched by race organizers who have rifles on hand in case a polar bear shows up.
Xcel's agreement to provide service to the NFL team's complex in Eagan sets 'a dangerous precedent,' MERC argues.
They were last seen at a Wal-Mart in Shakopee on April 15.
Communication suggests they may be driving to Texas
Bottle-feeding four-legged infants is second nature for Diana Weinhardt at the Minnesota Zoo.