DNR to Close Walleye Fishing Season on Lake Mille Lacs Sept. 6

Officials with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have changed their minds. They have now decided to close the walleye fishing season on Lake Mille Lacs on September 6, the day after Labor Day.

Lino Lakes Man Charged with Physically, Sexually Assaulting Toddler

Missing Man Found Dead Inside Overturned Car Along I-94 in Central Minnesota

80 Washington County Homes Offered Bottled Water Due to Pollutants in Well Water

Officials Explain Why Roseville Intersection Floods So Frequently

Minnesota Wild Goal Song Officially Changed to Prince's 'Let's Go Crazy!'

Man Charged with Kidnapping, Sexual Conduct, Murder in Death of Watkins Girl

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Abuse Survivors Asking Archdiocese for $80M

Baby Boom: Twins are Common Sight at St. Louis Park Hospital

A baby born at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, Minn. July 2016.

The Push to Be Prepared for New Pre-K Students

Pre-K classroom, Stevenson Elementary, Fridley, Minn.

Hearing Scheduled in St. John's Abbey Abuse Cases

St. John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minn.

No-Wake Zone Lifted on Lake in Burnsville

Bridgewater Throws At Practice, Zimmer Remains Mum

Minnesota Wild Goal Song Officially Changed to Prince's 'Let's Go Crazy!'

Lynx Players Return Home with Gold

Minnesota LB Coach Mike Sherels is out of the Hospital

Claeys Will Release Depth Chart Tuesday, Previews Oregon State Game

Twin Cities Native David Backes Reflects on Wild Free Agent Interest, Looks Ahead to World Cup

St. Paul Native and Bills RT Seantrel Henderson Cleared for Practice

Minnesota Lynx Olympians Returning Home Monday

Twins Swept in Kansas City

Light Rail Train Metro Transit

Southwest Light Rail Transit Facing 'Critical' Point

Tim Sherno announced he is running for 3rd Congressional District Aug. 23, 2016.

Sherno Enters 3rd District Race

Supporters of Minneapolis Minimum Wage Vote Rally Tuesday

Firefighters work to clear the scene after a fire in an apartment building in Chicago, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, killed several people. Police said the fire appears to have been deliberately set.

Police: 3 Children, Man Die in Chicago Apartment Fire

Homeless Woman Proves Social Security Owes Her $100K

Prosecutor says He Doesn't Believe Sandusky Accuser's Claim

US Soldier Killed by Roadside Bomb in Southern Afghanistan

In Dry, Windy West, Crews Target Flames in Several States

Photo Shows Work Resuming on St. Croix Crossing's Pier 4
A picture released Monday shows crews resuming work Saturday on one of the piers on the $600 million St. Croix Crossing project.
New Restaurant to Open in St. Paul's Union Depot
Entira Offers Ways to Make Your Fair Visit Safe
The Minnesota State Fair

Private Lives are Exposed as WikiLeaks Spills its Secrets

University of Minnesota Hosts Cybersecurity Event

Twitter Unveils Features to Filter Tweets, Notifications

Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes

Ex-Fox News Host Files Lawsuit Against Roger Ailes, Others

Counterfeit Pain Pills Likely Came to Prince Illegally
Leonardo DiCaprio and Girlfriend Involved in Minor Car Accident
Preview: What’s New at the Minnesota State Fair
'Ben-Hur' Crashes, 'Suicide Squad' Stays on Top for 3rd Week
Light Rail Train Metro Transit

Southwest Light Rail Transit Facing 'Critical' Point

Safety Experts Remind Minn. Drivers to Slow Down as School Starts Up
US Traffic Fatalities Continued to Surge in First Half of 2016
Minneapolis Intersection Reopens after 'Suspicious' Package Deemed Safe
More Roadwork Planned this Fall Around MSP Airport's Terminal 1
WATCH: Electric Hive Reveals Secret Lives of Bees

TIMELAPSE: Eagan Apartment Complex Solar Panel Installation

KSTP Political Insider: Sherno Runs for 3rd District, GOP Senators Consider Possible Trump Loss


WATCH: Giant Dust Storm Rolls Through Phoenix

Top News Photos: August 23

Liang Liang, right, formerly known as Feng Yi, a female giant panda from China and her one year old female cub, Nuan Nuan, sleep after eating cake during her 10th birthday celebration at the Giant Panda Conservation Center.

Top News Photos: August 22

A Kashmiri protester throws a tear smoke shell on government forces as he reacts to the Sunday's killing of a young man in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Monday, Aug. 22, 2016.

Top News Photos: August 18

Indian paramilitary soldier walk back towards their base camp after a day long curfew in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016.

Donald Trump's Minnesota spokesman Brian LeClair, right, joined Tom Hauser on 'At Issue' Sunday.

At Issue: August 21 - Dayton Declares No Special Session, Donald Trump Visits MN for Private Fundraiser

Inside Your Health: HPV Vaccination Requirement for School Attendance