A 53-year employee had the honor of driving the last pickup off the line Friday.
St. Cloud suspect now charged in two local murder cases
Both murders happened within a day of each other in June.
Twin Cities police ask for help finding missing 16-year-old
Police say all her family and friends have been contacted, and none of them know where she is.
MPD releases photos of shooting suspect, asks for public's help
The man is wanted in connection with a fatal shooting that happened Wednesday evening.
Support grows for Redmon's Popcorn after shop's sudden closure
The county also commented on the situation, saying it hopes to help owner Zack Redmon.
Prior Lake HS investigating another 'racist' video involving student
The principal said the social media video was reported to them this week.
Walz: Minnesota has secured 1 million rapid, at-home COVID tests for kids
It comes as the delta variant continues to surge in Minnesota, and the omicron variant might follow.
Forest Service limiting permits to BWCAW due to damage, overcrowding
Visitors have been cutting down trees and have been forced to compete for campsites.
Lockdown update: Armed man threatened to go to Kimball High School
A high school and elementary school near St. Cloud went into lockdown as a precaution.
People in Chaska are flushing the wrong crap down the toilet
Water and sewer crews in Chaska have had to clean the same pump four times in the past seven days.
Vikings facing big injury issues ahead of game against Lions
Will it even matter against the winless Lions?
The last Ranger is set to roll
Ford is getting out of the compact truck business and says the future looks like a full-size. American Public Media reports cheaper gas and better fuel efficiency in larger trucks are driving the change. And the Star Tribune takes a look at the somewhat murky future of the St. Paul site itself.
Historian says Ford should spare St. Paul buildings slated for demolition
An architectural historian writing a book about the Twin Cities assembly plant says Ford Motor should hold off on tearing down some of the buildings, including its original factory built in 1925, so they can be reused.
St. Paul woman puts father's body to rest with his Irish brethren at Titanic site
A woman who met her father only two years before his death but had long followed in his footsteps as an Irish-American musician honored the man with a special burial at sea.
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