A lot of people jump rope, but they may not require two ropes, but if they're going to Double Dutch, it's a must.
The Twin Cities is home to about 1,000 people from the former Burma. The relatives of many of those who live in the hard-hit storm region are still waiting to hear the fate of their loved ones.
Later today the Highway 61 Bridge in Hastings will be reduced to a single lane traffic, around the clock, while crews do maintenance work on the span.
A Waseca couple has won a $180 million Powerball jackpot. After taxes as a lump sum it amounts to nearly $60 million.
Federal lawmakers from Wisconsin and Minnesota plan to introduce a bill that would allow people to register to vote on the same day as a federal election.
The latest census estimates show that Minnesota continues to get older. The state's median age has gone up two years since 2000.
Nearly two dozen Minnesota companies say they will try to close the wealth gap by helping their employees save money with the "Financially Fit Minnesota" program. They say these moves could help stabilize the state's economy.
Fewer than 40 percent of Americans are eligible to donate blood, and that's creating new challenges for blood donation centers.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are looking forward to next season, one day after finishing this year with a 22-60 record.
One of the longest-running shows in the Twin Cities is coming to an end. Triple Espresso's final curtain call is at the end of the month after a 12-year run.
More girls are participating in organized sports at all levels, but they're less physically active overall, according to a study released today by the University of Minnesota.
Minnesota officials have ordered food shelves to destroy venison that was donated by hunters after lead was found in some of the meat.
The Greater Twin Cities United Way received a record amount of donations during its annual campaign last year.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to examine the Highway 23 bridge because its design is similar to the collapsed I-35W bridge.
A study showed that there were 305 miles of congested freeway in the Twin Cities last year.