Most yard sales end after a few days. Not Brian Mechler's. He's been selling items from his North Mankato yard since March and would like to keep doing so. But neighbors have complained his place is an eyesore and now the city attorney has given him a deadline to get the yard cleaned up.
80 mph winds, large hail possible with severe storms in MN
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for much of the state until 3 a.m. Saturday.
30 people evacuated as flooding hammers small town
It's assumed that at least eight inches of rain fell in Randall, with more heavy rain expected Friday night into Saturday morning.
Numerous severe storms likely in Minnesota Friday night
Watch the video for the full details with meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
Teen pleads guilty in shooting death of 15-year-old girl in Columbia Heights
Damico Jamal-Tokyo High will receive a sentence in juvenile court, along with an adult prison sentence.
Walz wants to use surplus money to send direct payments to Minnesotans
It's a renewed effort from a previous proposal from Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan's supplemental budget in January.
Jan. 6 committee says aide for WI senator tried to give fake elector info to Pence
The attempt was discovered through text messages in the ongoing public hearing held by the Jan. 6 select committee.
Minnesota State colleges, U of M boosting tuition again
The Minnesota State system's Board of Trustee's approved the increase Wednesday.
Walz, Jensen react to historic Supreme Court reversal of Roe v. Wade
After voting to overturn Roe, conservative Justice Clarence Thomas has hinted contraception and same-sex marriage protections should follow.
2-year-old killed in crash on County Road 81 in Maple Grove
The crash occurred Thursday evening on County Road 81.
BCA issues new details about St. Michael standoff, shooting
New details say a St. Cloud police officer struck the suspect with gunfire.
Court overturns gun conviction, says front yard not a public place
Minnesota law prohibits carrying a handgun in a public place without a permit. The state Court of Appeals has overturned a St. Paul man's conviction because the judges say his front yard is not a public place. Police were called to the home by someone complaining the man was yelling and pointing the gun from his yard. The judges ruled police had no right to search the man or seize his gun.
Supporters hold vigil for Mankato football coach
Minnesota State University Mankato head football coach Todd Hoffner is due in court Wednesday stemming from charges of creating and possessing child pornography for recordings he made of his own children. Friends and neighbors held a candlelight vigil at the Hoffners' Eagle Lake home Tuesday night to show support for the family, the Mankato Free Press reports.
End may be near for Grand Marais' 'Beaver House'
Health and aging concerns for the owners of the popular North Shore bait shop suggest that change is coming. The shop has been on the market for a little over two weeks. Whatever happens, neighboring businesses and tourists say things will never be the same. Northland News Center takes a closer look.
Elton John wows Mankato
Any doubts about whether his 65-year-old voice still had its potency or whether he would summon up enthusiasm for a concert in rural Minnesota were immediately banished as he launched into “The One.” Mark Fischenich of the Mankato Free Press offers a review and a photo gallery ....
Minneapolis trees at risk due to ongoing drought
Officials say the metro area is in its eighth year of drought and even rain expected this week -- it won’t be enough to keep trees healthy. The city is asking residents to water the trees in their yards and on their block in order to prevent them from becoming vulnerable in the winter and dying off.
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