One of Minnesota's most popular game bird is having a tough go. Governor Mark Dayton is an avid pheasant hunter and convened the summit.
The Justice Department's Office on Violence Against Women designated the court as a "mentor court" this fall. The county will receive grant money to train other locations over the next two years to develop similar programs.
Holiday loaves are often defined by unique shapes, fillings and the always important seasonings. Learn simple techniques to braid bread in a short video.
Lucia Watson has earned national prestige for her work, including three James Beard Nominations for best chef in the Midwest
At least 8,000 veterans take their own lives each year, according to data from the Veterans Administration.
The success of the food truck is changing the restaurant landscape in the Twin Cities, says writer and critic Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl.
The season of turkey is upon us and that means selecting the perfect turkey for the holiday feast.
Samuelsson is a television fixture, appearing on shows like "Chopped" and "Iron Chef." His new book shares the recipes he cooks at home.
A Minneapolis-based non-profit is setting up an Ebola treatment unit in a rural area of Liberia.
Tyler Bieniek, who served in Afghanistan, says he was overwhelmed by the support he received after telling his fellow Army National Guard members that he's gay.
Here are some easy ways to spruce up that morning meal and avoid a cold, dry bowl of cereal.
Political commentators Maureen Shaver and Todd Rapp discuss which races to watch and what's at stake for Democrats if they lose their Minnesota House majority.
One former Marine is making it his mission to convince business to make the most of the skills and experiences of vets by hiring them.
St. Paul's Payne Avenue is enjoying the arrival of several new restaurants which have created a foodie culture where there hasn't been one.
They look at the week's debates, the race in the 8th District, Clinton and Christie coming to town, and the reaction to the new MNsure rates.