KSTP Storm Center

Snow Expected Overnight, Light Accumulation Expected in Metro

While western Minnesota is expected to see a decent amount of snow Friday night into Saturday, the Twin Cities are expected to only see a dusting, according to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas.

Yuhas said he expects about an inch of snow to accumulate in the Twin Cities. He said the areas surrounding Hutchinson and Mankato are expected to see the most, with totals reaching 5 to 10 inches.

Wayzata students participate in a walkout Wednesday

Over 10,000 People Expected at Local 'March For Our Lives' in St. Paul

With Funding Approved, Work Resumes Fixing MNLARS


University of Minnesota Teams Up with Organization to Fight Water Pollution

Investigation Yields Controlled Substance Charges in Le Sueur County

Inmate who Allegedly Smuggled Heroin into Hennepin County Jail Charged in Cellmate's Death

Bodies of 2 Fishermen Missing Since November Found in Lower Red Lake

Police: 1 in Custody Following St. Paul Cell Phone Robbery

Boys' State Basketball: Caledonia Defeats Brooklyn Center in Class AA Semifinals

KSTP Sports' Boys State Hoops Central

Wolves Beat Knicks, Clinch First Winning Record Since 2005

Boys' State Basketball: Suggs Leads Minnehaha Academy Into 1A Championship Game

Boys' State Basketball: North Woods Advances to Class 1A Championship Game

MLB says No Discipline for Sano after Investigating Assault Allegation

Boys' State Basketball: Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Upsets Mayer Lutheran in 1A Semifinals

Boys' State Basketball: Defending Champ Apple Valley Beats Lakeville North in Semifinals

Boys' State Basketball: Top-Seeded Cretin-Derham Hall Holds Off Eden Prairie

Trump Order Would Ban Most Transgender Troops from Serving

Trump Draws Ire of Farmers Targeted in Chinese Trade Dispute

Trump says He's Signed $1.3T Budget Bill

Maryland School Shooting Victim has Died

Police Storm French Market, Kill Hostage-Taker

Protest over Shooting of Unarmed Man Overtakes Sacramento Freeway

Trump Replacing McMaster with Bolton

Florida High School Requiring Clear Backpacks after Shooting

Former Hockey Players and NHL Square Off in Courtroom
Trump Draws Ire of Farmers Targeted in Chinese Trade Dispute
Twin Cities Woman Waiting on Kidney Transplant

March is National Kidney Month and over 2,000 Minnesotans are on the kidney transplant wait list. Twin Cities' resident Laurie Church has been waiting for more than five years ...

2 Americans, 1 Russian Dock with International Space Station

YouTube Tightens Restrictions on Firearm Videos

Zuckerberg Asked to Testify in UK; Data Firm's CEO Suspended

Fred Rogers wife, Joanne Rogers, stands in front of a giant Mister Rogers Forever Stamp following the first-day-of-issue dedication in WQED's Fred Rogers Studio in Pittsburgh, Friday, March 23, 2018.

US Postal Service Unveils Mister Rogers Postage Stamp

Chris Evans May Not Return as Captain America
Court Sides with Marvin Gaye Family in 'Blurred Lines' Fight
Weinstein Co.'s Bankruptcy Could Bring New Wave of Accusers
Discovery of USS Juneau Wreckage Provides Some Closure
Semi-Trailer Catches Fire in Brooklyn Center

Semi-Trailer Catches Fire in Brooklyn Center

Monticello Teen Crashes into Buffalo Driver's Exam Office
KSTP Traffic Round-Up: Crash Blocks SB I-35W Lanes in New Brighton
KSTP Traffic Round-Up: Crash on WB Hwy 12 in Wayzata Brings Traffic to Standstill
Shooting, Crash in Minneapolis Under Investigation
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Minnesota Moment: Stoneman Douglas Hockey Team Looks Beyond the Sport

What's Happening This Weekend



Top News Photos: Friday, March 23

hinese women sit on a bench with a U.S. flag theme outside an apparel store in Beijing Friday, March 23, 2018.

Top News Photos: Wednesday, March 21

The exhibit 'Starchild' is part of the exhibition 'Kubricks 2001. 50 years A Space Odyssey' at the German film museum in Frankfurt, Germany, Wednesday, March 21, 2018. The exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the film's premiere runs from March 21.

PHOTOS: Austin Bombings

Officials investigate near a vehicle, center, where a suspect in the deadly bombings that terrorized Austin blew himself up as authorities closed in on him, in Round Rock, Texas, Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

At Issue: March 18 – Dayton's Budget Proposal; School Safety

At Issue: March 18 – Dayton's Budget Proposal; School Safety

Dr. Peter Sershon, Allina Health

Inside Your Health: Vasectomies and the Month of March