Warm-Up Continues as Weekend Heat Wave Approaches

St. Paul Woman Combats Alzheimer's Disease in Her 40s


Duluth Teacher Accused of Having Sex with Former Student

Black Bear Spotted in Burnsville

Man Acquitted of Killing Neighbor in Chisago County

Minneapolis, St. Paul Take Top 2 Spots in List of Park Rankings

Woman Seriously Injured after Being Struck by Light Rail Trains

Twins Reinstate Sano from DL

Fowles' Double-Double Leads Lynx Past Wings

Gophers Beat Michigan State in Big Ten Tournament Opener

Fulmer, Goodrum Help Tigers Top Twins 4-1

Vikings Coach Zimmer Talks Barr OTA Absence, Cook Injury Recovery, etc.

Lance Lynn Shuts Down Tigers, Twins Win 6-0

New Wild GM is Aiming For Stanley Cup

Twins Topple Tigers in Gardenhire's Return to Target Field

Wild Hire New General Manager Paul Fenton

Trump Cancels North Korean Summit, Citing 'Tremendous Anger'

North Korea Demolishes Nuke Test Site with Series of Blasts

Dayton Vetoes Tax, Omnibus Budget Bills

Trump Cancels North Korean Summit, Citing 'Tremendous Anger'

Report: Security Troops on US Nuclear Missile Base Took LSD

Video of Brown Arrest Sparks Criticism of Milwaukee Police

Kushner Granted Permanent Security Clearance, AP Source Says

US Employee in China Reported Strange Sounds, Pressure

Active Military Members, Veterans Respond to 'A Hidden Epidemic' Investigation
Best Buy Strong in 1Q; Wall Street Sours on Outlook
St. Paul Woman Combats Alzheimer's Disease in Her 40s

Judge: President Can't Block Critics on Twitter

Comcast v. Disney: a Fight for Twenty-First Century Fox

Digital Life: Cutting Back on a Constant Smartphone Habit

FILE - In this Sept. 8, 2008, file photo, author Philip Roth poses for a photo in the offices of his publisher, Houghton Mifflin, in New York.

Philip Roth, Fearless and Celebrated Author, Dies at 85

Vote, Take Risks, be Fearless: Celebs Offer Advice to Grads
Robert Indiana, Artist Behind Famous 'LOVE' Sculpture, Dies at 89
Iowa Native Maddie Poppe Wins 'American Idol'
Netflix says It Has Signed Barack and Michelle Obama
With a lot of tough work zones around the state, drivers will probably need their air conditioning on full blast this Memorial Day weekend.

Road Construction Bound to Slow Drivers Down During Memorial Day Weekend

Pedestrian Struck, Ramp Reopens in Minneapolis
Sheriff's Office IDs Victims in Shoreview Rollover Crash
Family: Man Involved in Crash with Trooper in Lakeville Dies
Minneapolis Man Charged in Metro Mobility Bus Theft
Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff

RAW VIDEO: MPS Superintendent Discusses Recent Assault at Minneapolis School

Minnesota Moment: St. Paul Man Receives High Norwegian Honor



Minnesota Moment: Members of Zimmerman Legion Plan Ride for Veterans Causes

Top News Photos: Tuesday, May 22

A white Gulfstream jet that appears broken in half near the center, lies engulfed in foam sprayed by firefighters, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Tuesday, May 22, 2018.

PHOTOS: Tuesday at Minnehaha Falls

A family enjoys time at Minnehaha falls.

PHOTOS: Hawaii's Volcano Continues

People watch a plume of steam as lava enters the ocean near Pahoa, Hawaii, Sunday, May 20, 2018.

At Issue with Tom Hauser

At Issue: May 20 - Final Hours of Legislative Session; Gov. Dayton, Legislative Leaders in Studio

Inside Your Health: Trans Fats