In the metro area, where heavy snow fell overnight and through morning rush hour, troopers handled 26 crashes, two with injuries, and 76 cases where vehicles went off the road during the morning drive.
Gov. Mark Dayton joins us to discuss some of the latest news out of the state Capitol.
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Four homemade explosive devices that look like pipe bombs but failed to detonate were discovered in scattered areas of Maplewood in recent days, according to Maplewood Police Chief Paul Schnell.
Star Tribune publisher and CEO Michael Klingensmith says he doesn't expect immediate, significant changes at the paper if it is purchased by Glen Taylor.
Snow is already falling in the far northwestern corner of the state, from the "cold side of the storm," and heavy snowfall, is expected for much of eastern North Dakota through north central Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday that an eaglet has hatched in the nest of two Twin Cities eagles monitored by a live webcam. Watch the bird and its mother on the DNR's live camera.
Cindarion Butler, 17, was sentenced by Judge Joanne Smith for his role in the beating in St. Paul's East Side.
An armed robbery at a Subway restaurant in Minneapolis Thursday was the fourth restaurant robbery in the city in a week, police said.
The city of Minneapolis is polling residents to explore the possibility of turning low-traffic streets in north Minneapolis into greenways with routes for bicyclists and pedestrians, according to a statement from the city Thursday.
State and county officials are working to find a way to find care for people with mental illness in east central Minnesota after a major mental health care provider abruptly shut its doors Monday.
The drill begins at 9 a.m. next to the Green Line's Stadium Village station.
One person died and another escaped from an early Monday morning fire at Brookside Motel in Chanhassen, according to Chanhassen Fire Chief John Wolff.
The Blue Line train was traveling northbound when it hit the trailer of a pickup truck at the intersection of 34th Avenue and Airport Lane in Bloomington.
About a dozen Mahtomedi residents will likely be without water for most of the day Tuesday after one of two water main breaks in the city remains broken.
According to preliminary information, only the bus driver was on board and two people who were in the truck were taken to a hospital with unknown injuries