Nation's first city-owned electric car share service launches in Twin Cities
Subscriptions cost between $0-$30 a month.
Stevens County may have been hit the hardest by Thursday storms
The entire county was without power after the storms blew through Thursday evening.
3 killed, 1 critical after trio of crashes in Minnesota Thursday
One person also faces life-threatening injuries in a crash that happened in Olmsted County.
Mora woman saves pelican caught in fishing line for days
A birthday fishing trip shapes into a heroic tale.
Doc depicting MN dancer's journey with paralysis debuts at Twin Cities film festival
The film surrounds St. Paul-born Kelsey Peterson, who continues to pursue her passions in dance after being paralyzed from the chest down in 2012.
Gallery: Rare opportunity to own a home on historic Milwaukee Avenue
All the houses on the avenue front onto a pedestrian mall in south Minneapolis.
Banned items at the MN GOP State Convention attract attention
No plague of locusts, we're afraid.
Minnesota part of the top 2 hurricane force wind events since 2004
Photo above shows the ominous view in Marshall, Minnesota as a dangerous line of storms approached Thursday afternoon.
DFL efforts to pass abortion, reproductive health bills blocked in Senate
The push to pass a slate of abortion and healthcare-related bills comes after a leaked Supreme Court opinion draft indicated Roe v Wade will be overturned.
Thursday performances of Runestone! canceled due to COVID cases
This weekend's performances are still going ahead, History Theatre says.
Eden Prairie family loses three generations in Kandiyohi County crash
Marta Stoffers, 68, her daughter Michelle Hoffmann, 40, and her granddaughter Julia Hoffmann, 8, were all killed in a fiery crash in Kandiyohi County Friday night. Stoffers' 5-year-old grandson, Jason Hoffman survived the crash and is at Hennepin County Medical Center. Stoffers lived in Atwater and her daughter's family lived in Eden Prairie. Paul A. Wickenhuaser, 21, of Norwood, is in custody facing possible charges of criminal vehicular homicide. The State Patrol reports that alcohol was likely involved.
Afton woman one of 7 in triathlon training with CNN's Sanjay Gupta
Nancy Klinger, of Afton, lost her sister, was separated from her husband and fell into depression. Then CNN chose the 55-year-old to be one of seven people to train this year for a triathlon with the network's Dr. Sanjay Gupta. Each had a different reason for wanting to change their lives with exercise. For Klinger, the results have been dramatic. "The old Nancy is gone," she said.
Shoreview cancels Turtleman Triathlon because of low water levels
Race officials scrapped the popular race this year because of low water on Turtle Lake. The water level in 2010 forced competitors to wade through mud during the swimming portion of the race, and organizers say the event can't risk another blow to its reputation. They changed it to a duathlon in 2011 but participation plunged.
Open call for local Somalis for Tom Hanks movie is generating excitement and worry
A film based on a true story about an American ship captain held hostage by Somali pirates is generating a lot of emotions in the Twin Cities, where producers are putting out an open call for actors. Some see it as a rare opportunity, but many worry it will misrepresent Somalis and distort a very complex issue.
Family members killed in motorhome crash were not wearing seatbelts
Highway patrol officials say the five members of a Minnesota family killed in a crash in Kansas were not wearing seatbelts. At least two of the other 13 people in the vehicle were wearing restraints. A 17-year-old member of the family from Jordan, Minnesota was at the wheel at the time of the crash.
Recently blinded teenager to compete in in-line marathon with help from pros
17-year-old Brooke Wright was blinded six months ago as a result of a brain tumor. But that won't stop her from competing in this weekend's Northshore Inline Marathon. Two professional skaters have made Brooke a temporary member of their team.
First lady plans to visit with families of Sikh shooting victims in Wis.
First lady Michelle Obama will be in Wisconsin this week to meet with family members of those killed and injured in a Sikh temple shooting earlier this month. The administration's outreach to the Sikh community comes after a lone gunman shot and killed six members of a Sikh temple outside of Milwaukee before turning the gun on himself.
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