The final score may have been tough for the hometown crowd (the Twins lost 12-3).
Catholics gathered at the Cathedral of St. Paul to celebrate Mass on Holy Thursday, which marks the final meal they believe Jesus shared with his disciples before his death.
The end is in sight: Construction on the new Vikings stadium is nearing its halfway point.
The 49th annual St. Patrick's Day parade ran through downtown St. Paul Tuesday, March 17, 2015. Put on by the all-volunteer St. Patrick's Association, the parade featured plenty of green, plenty of music and a whole lot of dogs.
Deep down, we know it's not truly spring, but the warm weather has brought on a serious case of spring fever around the state.
Despite the lack of snow covering the hills of Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis, neighborhood residents and others gathered Saturday afternoon for the annual Art Sled Rally.
The ice castle at Miller Park in Eden Prairie opened Friday with a light show, ice princesses and fire dancers.
While 2014 held momentous events, it also introduced us to fascinating people across the state.
The National Guard presented the colors, the Greater Mount Vernon Baptist Church choir sang, and friends and family turned out for the swearing in of Gov. Mark Dayton.
As the year draws to a close, we took a look back at some of our favorite photographs of year -- images that give us a glimpse into the people, places and events that helped shape life in Minnesota in 2014.
We visit a volunteer who turns cast-off sweaters into wearable celebrations.
How to make an easy, accessible and sparkling holiday drink.
Protesters walked from south Minneapolis, blocked part of Interstate 35W and rallied at Minneapolis City Hall protesting police brutality and racism around the country Thursday afternoon.
Sculptor Allen Christian, best known for his carved bowling balls and use of recycled materials, is having a moving sale today and Saturday.
Six 16-foot high murals painted by artist Ralph Gilbert depict the earliest arrival of settlers and the impact on the Dakota people, the orphan trains, and the Union Depot during the Civil War.