People from across Minnesota are busy planning their travel to Washington, D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump Friday. Rebecca Brannon of Eden Prairie worked on the President-Elect's campaign for Minnesota. She's glad she'll be able to see all that hard work pay off. Now she's busy packing.
After losing her eyesight, a local teen has turned to rapping in an effort to inspire others facing difficult circumstances. Ant Walker, a 19-year-old living in Brooklyn Park, lost the vision in her left eye at 12-years old. Six years later, optic atrophy quickly took the remaining sight in her right eye.
Families are coming forward saying they don't trust the state's Guardian ad Litem Program. Soon, a survey will be out for those in the system to share concerns and ideas to make it better. The State Guardian ad Litem Board defines the role as, "an objective adult to provide independent information about the best interests of the child."
Underneath the piles of objects labeled with evidence tape at the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's St. Paul Headquarters are what may feel like an endless supply of computers, hard drives and cell phones.
If you want the full Super Bowl experience at U.S. Bank Stadium next year, it’s going to cost you. The game’s host committee is starting to sell packages ranging from $250,000 to $1.5 million.
Minneapolis city sources told us the Target Center renovation is growing by an additional $21 million. Sources said the bulk of the extra costs will be paid by the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The sentencing of Danny Heinrich this past November ended the state's most high-profile missing child case. We now know what happened to Jacob Wetterling, but the whereabouts of dozens of other Minnesota children is still a mystery.
Minneapolis (KSTP) - A man who disrupted a flight to Los Angeles from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport last month will not face charges, his attorney said Thursday. Thirty-five-year-old Blake Adam Fleisig, of Los Angeles, was ticketed for disorderly conduct involving brawling or fighting. His girlfriend - Anna Christine Koosmann, 36, of Edina - was ticketed for disorderly conduct and for obstructing police.
There are new steps to keep vehicle breathalyzer tests from tracking thousands of Minnesotans. The Department of Public Safety (DPS) notified DUI offenders they would have to install GPS tracking ignition interlocks.
Rising tuition has some young entrepreneurs thinking outside the box. A freshman at the University of Minnesota is bottling her future with her younger sister.