Hail and tornadoes possible Thursday in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin
Storms are expected to fire along a warm front draped across southern Minnesota.
Bde Maka Ska pavilion construction begins next week
The former lakeside food stand, home to Lola on the Lake, caught fire in 2019.
Undercover child sex sting sees 4 men arrested in St. Louis Park
One of the men is being held as he's in a position of authority of power over children.
New Raptor Center data shows 'substantial drop' in bird flu patients
However, the virus remains a serious health threat for birds.
Hunt for inmate who escaped correctional facility in northeast MN
The 42-year-old might be in the Floodwood area.
Suspect kills himself after shooting woman and baby at Fargo restaurant
The suspect was found dead in a stolen vehicle in Minnesota.
Charges: Guest stabbed three men as they slept in Albert Lea
Investigators believe the suspect is related to all three victims.
2 charged for fentanyl overdose death of 19-year-old
The-19-year-old died from a fentanyl overdose last month.
Severe thunderstorm watch: Hail, 65 mph gusts, tornadoes possible
The watch is just north of the Twin Cities metro area.
The staggering rise of Minnesota's most famous lakes this spring
Imagine dumping Lake Minnetonka into Lake Superior 47 times.
Minnesota Senate shoots down latest marijuana legalization attempt
The bill didn't receive the required votes for further consideration on Wednesday.
Minneapolis wants to use $1M in federal cash to plant 200,000 trees
The goal is to have these trees planted by the year 2040.
How did Joan Growe make Minnesota political history ... twice?
On Sept. 27, 1935, former Minnesota Secretary of State Joan Growe was born in Minneapolis. In her long political career, she would do two things no other woman had done up to that point in state history. What were they? For the answer, click on the headline above...
How did the builder of the Foshay Tower end up in Leavenworth?
On Aug. 31, 1929, Wilbur Foshay, dedicated his Foshay Tower in downtown Minneapolis. But the party didn't last long for this utilities king. It wouldn't be long before he'd end up in federal prison. What happened? A) He was convicted of a pyramid scheme. B) He was caught laundering money for a Norwegian mob. C) He was caught sneaking into the Fair once too often. For the answer, click on the headline above...
Which match did Gov. Jesse Ventura referee at 1999's 'SummerSlam'?
It was a job Al Quie, Rudy Perpich or Tim Pawlenty probably couldn't handle. But Jesse Ventura was like a loon on a lake. As a sitting governor of the state of Minnesota, he moonlighted as a referee at the WWF "SummerSlam" pay-per-view on Aug. 22, 1999. Which match did he officiate? (Bonus points if you can give the real names of the wrestlers) A) Steel Cage Triple-Threat Monster Match between The Undertaker, Kane and The Big Show. B)"Mr. Minnesota" Triple-Threat Match between Ravishing Rick Rude, Nature Boy Ric Flair and Mr. Perfect. C) WWF Triple-Threat Championship Match between Mankind, Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin. For the answer, click on the headline above...
How did Minnesotans lead the way at the start of the Civil War?
On June 22, 1861, how did a group of Minnesotans distinguish themselves from other volunteer soldiers at the start of the Civil War? For the answer, click on the headline above.
How was the First Minnesota Regiment immortalized on this day in 1863?
What famous Civil War battle saw the First Minnesota Regiment suffer casualties of 82 percent, yet still survived to slow the Confederate force? For the answer, click on the headline above.
How did Dwight D. Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth change Duluth on this day in 1959?
On June 26, 1959, President Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth team up to make Duluth a major player in the international community. What did they do? For the answer, click on the headline above.
How did Minnesota get biblical on this day in 1873?
June 12, 1873. In southwestern Minnesota, what event happened that resembled something out of the Old Testament? A) Torrential rains destroy thousands of acres of farmland. B) Locusts cross into the state, and don't leave until 1877. C) A cloud of gnats swarm the Pipestone area, blackening the skies for eight days. For the answer, click on the headline above.
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