People had to be evacuated from farms in the West Concord area of southeastern Minnesota, after heavy
rains caused flooding Sunday night and early Monday morning.
The parents of the 6-year-old Edina girl injured in a pool accident say their daughter could be released for Minneapolis Children's Hospital by the end of this week. Abigail Taylor was injured June 29 when she sat over an open drain in a wading pool at the Minneapolis Golf Club.
The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis has named Jocelyn Hale as its new executive director. She will succeed Linda Myers, who is retiring in the fall after 13 years at the organization.
St. Paul's only drop-in day shelter for homeless families faces an increase in need and a decrease in federal funds.
Former Minnesota U.S. Attorney Tom Heffelfinger says he's working with members of the Hmong community as they begin to form a legal team for Gen. Vang Pao. The former Laotian leader has been charged with plotting the overthrow of the communist government in Laos.
Sgt. 1st Class Jesse Albrecht, born in River Falls and raised in Hager City, was
killed Thursday when an bomb detonated near his vehicle in Iraq.
Bishop John Nienstedt, who currently heads the Diocese of New Ulm, will succeed Archbishop Harry Flynn of St. Paul and Minneapolis when Flynn retires next year at the age of 75.
Slick roads are being blamed for a
chain-reaction crash Wednesday night, involving 60 to 70 vehicles, in the western Twin Cities.
Emily Rapp was born with a congenital defect that led to the amputation of her left leg when she was 4 years old. Her new book, "Poster Child," reflects on her experiences with her disability, and her role as the poster child for the March of Dimes.
Both sides on the abortion rights debate are marking today's 34th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing a women's right to an abortion.
The commander of the Minnesota Army National Guard in Iraq has apologized to his soldiers and their family members.
Analysis released Thursday says local arts organizations pump $692 millon into the Twin Cities economy.
Courage Cards are going nationwide this year. You've probably seen them in stores or perhaps received them in the mail. The proceeds from the sale of the cards helps fund programs at the Golden Valley-based Courage Center.
One in 10 people say they know someone who has gone to bed hungry in the past month.
It's Thanksgiving week, and when it comes to cooking turkey -- some of us are just plain "chicken!" Christopher Kimball of
"America's Test Kitchen" has some reassuring advice for nervous cooks everywhere.