Boaters rescued off Bald Eagle Lake

2 Men Rescued After Boat Goes into 'Circle of Death'

Two men are thankful to be alive after their boat went into what's called "the circle of death."...

Woman's Body Found in Drainage Ditch Near National Sports Center in Blaine

Suspect in Minneapolis Vehicle Assault Charged with Murder after Victim Dies

Judge to Decide on Restraining Orders against Gophers Football Players before Purdue Game

Lakeville Father, Mother Arrested after Family was Found in South Minneapolis

Victims Say They Were Not Quickly Notified After Dakota County Felon Set Free

Edina Grad, UW-Madison Student Charged after Multiple Reports of Sexual Assault

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Students Vote in First Ever Statewide Mock Presidential Election

Como Park Senior High School mock presidential election

St. Paul Firefighters Train by Wrecking New Car

St. Paul Fire Department training

Renderings Mississippi River Amphitheater in Minneapolis Alarm Business Owner

Proposed amphitheater in Minneapolis

Jury to Weigh in on Lawsuit Against Minnesota State High School League

U of M Registers Over 8,400 Students to Vote

Minnesota Wild right wing Chris Stewart, center, is congratulated by teammates after his goal against Boston Bruins goalie Malcolm Subban during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Boston, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016.

Dubnyk Makes 27 Saves, Wild Beat Bruins 5-0

One Year After His Death, Close Friend Remembers Flip Saunders

Saunders Family Presses on with Wolves after Flip's Death

Vikings' Zimmer Looks for Answers Following Loss to Eagles

Monday Practice Report: Timberwolves Like Thibodeau's Style of Coaching

North Dakota State, Butler to Play Football at Target Field

Bradford Sacked Six Times in Vikings First Loss of the Season

Parise Reaches Milestone in Wild's Loss

U.S. Women's National Team Beats Switzerland at U.S. Bank Stadium

TRUTH TEST: NRCC Attacks Bonoff on Taxes

Dayton Urges Lawmakers to Call Special Session to Address Health Care Costs

KSTP Political Insider: Latest Polls; Obama Health Plan

National Intelligence Director James Clapper

US Official: Non-State Actor Likely to Blame for Cyberattack

2 Women Convicted of Raising Money Online for Al-Shabab

Vatican: No More Scattering of Cremation Ashes

Beer Run! Self-Driving Truck Goes 120-Plus Miles on Delivery

Fan Dies after Falling while Leaving Broncos Football Game

Police Chief: Officers Did Not Violate MPD Policies in Jamar Clark Shooting
Target Plays Up Value for the Holiday Season
A display of Scandinavian-inspired home items are displayed at a Target media preview, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in New York.
Entira Family Clinics Recommend Healthy Fall Activities

Beer Run! Self-Driving Truck Goes 120-Plus Miles on Delivery

US Official: Non-State Actor Likely to Blame for Cyberattack

National Intelligence Director James Clapper says it appears that a "non-state actor" was behind a massive cyberattack last week that briefly blocked access to websites including Twitter and Netflix...

Minnesota Veterans Get Hands-on IT Training, Certification

In this Nov. 15, 2015, file photo, Amy Schumer attends the VH1 Big In 2015 with Entertainment Weekly Award Show held at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Calif.

Amy Schumer Slammed for Beyonce Parody She Calls Tribute

Amy Schumer is brushing off critics who say her parody of Beyonce's "Formation" video is racially insensitive...

Chanhassen Unanimously Passes Paisley Park Rezoning Request
Minnesota Photographer Sues to Recover 3,000 Original Photos of Prince
Family Shares Memories of 1960s Pop Idol Bobby Vee, Dead at Age 73
Bill Murray Honored as He Accepts Mark Twain Prize for Humor

Minneapolis to Test Late-Night Traffic Plan in Warehouse District

Bus Service to Replace Blue Line Trains Near MSP, MOA Oct. 28-31
Lane Closures Remain in Place North of the Metro this Weekend
Roads and Lanes Will Close This Weekend in the Metro
MnDOT Warns Motorists of Deer-Vehicle Crashes


Texas Woman's Unique Halloween Display a Big Hit

RAW INTERVIEW: Children Remember Bobby Vee

LIVE INTERVIEW: Amy and Jerry Wetterling


Top News Photos: Oct. 25

Shawnee Chasser lives in a treehouse in Miami, which county code inspectors discovered, declared it unfit for human habitation and ordered it torn down. The 65-year-old grandmother is fighting to keep her arboreal house.

Top News Photos: October 21

Fog blankets the south tower of the Golden Gate Bridge Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in San Francisco.

Top News Photos: October 20

A Nepalese village woman separates grain from chaff a after harvest in Chunnikhel on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.

At Issue: Oct. 21 - Governor Open to Special Session, Young Candidate Runs for Office, Greg Ryan in Studio

President Barack Obama, left, shakes hands with Nathan Copeland, right, during a tour of innovation projects at the White House Frontiers Conference at University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016.

Inside Your Health: Paralyzed Man Regains Sense of Touch With Robotic Arm