Classes can overwhelm many college students, but Michael Mockler juggled his courses with chemotherapy as he battled brain cancer. The student at Saint Mary's University in Winona is set to graduate today.
19-year-old dies after stabbing in northern Minnesota
A 34-year-old man was arrested.
Three new Grandstand shows added for Minnesota State Fair 2022
The Beach Boys and Portugal. The Man are among several acts booked.
St. Louis County set to declare state of emergency ahead of peak flood levels
Volunteers are urgently needed for sandbagging efforts in a small community near Voyageurs National Park.
Brothers Bar & Grill closes in downtown Minneapolis
The Midwest chain closed its St. Cloud location in 2018.
Licensed physician Ken Jeong to do standup in MN this September
The licensed physician will take the stage at Treasure Island Resort and Casino on Sept. 30.
Osseo PD says officer did not pursue suspect who caused fatal crash
The crash happened in Brooklyn Park early Sunday morning.
Suspect arrested after 3 family members stabbed in Albert Lea
The three victims are related, according to police.
50,000 gallons of toilet wastewater leaks into Twin Cities lake
You may want to avoid this body of water.
Evidence that omicron strains BA.4 and BA.5 are in Minnesota
The European CDC has warned of a possible significant summer surge fueled by the omicron subvariants.
Hastings man charged for driving drunk with 2-year-old in vehicle
Matthew Quade's BAC was almost five times over the legal limit when police pulled him over last week.
Arrest made after person shot at Hopkins apartment building
Police say this was an isolated incident and that the victim and suspect knew each other.
Fallen soldier's 8-year-old battling cancer
Hannah Anderson's husband was killed in Iraq in 2008, and now the family has been dealt another blow. Her 8-year-old daughter Savannah was scheduled for surgery Friday as the child battles brain cancer. "I want to take all her pain away, and I wish that it's me going through this," Hannah Anderson tells FOX 9 News.
Crime-fighting K-9 battling cancer
Fox 9 has the story of New Hope police officer Todd Black, and his 8-year-old K-9 partner, Jack. The German shepherd spent six years at Black's side, chasing down suspects and sniffing out narcotics. But veterinarians had to remove a mass on his spleen and is now battling blood cancer.
Police report details relationship between Shattuck-St. Mary's teacher and student
More details were released by police that describe the two-year relationship between a Shattuck-St. Mary's teacher that later committed suicide and a foreign exchange student stemming back to 2006. According to the report, Leonard R. Jones, at the time 34 years old, and a 15-year-old sophomore exchange student from Korea began a seeing each other while Jones and his wife were having marital problems.
Former Shattuck-St. Mary's teacher appears in LA court
Lynn Seibel has been charged with 17 counts of criminal sexual conduct in Minnesota stemming from the years that he was a drama teacher at the Faribault prep school. Police suspect he had inappropriate contact with students. But he is also charged in Los Angeles, where he lives and where police say they found child porn on his computer. He appeared in court on those charges Thursday and has pleaded not guilty. Minnesota authorities plan to let the California case run its course before bringing him back to the state.
Saint Mary's begins its yearlong centennial celebration
Hundreds of alumni, teachers and staff gathered at Saint Mary's University to help celebrate the school's 100-year anniversary. The celebration in Winona this weekend is the first of many events being planned this year to mark the milestone.
Broadcast journalist Eleanor Mondale dies at age 51 of brain cancer
Mondale was the daughter of former Vice-President Walter Mondale. She'd been fighting brain cancer since 2005.
Transfer student enrollment to drop at U of M
Low graduation rates and poor student satisfaction among transfer students means the University of Minnesota will begin accepting fewer undergraduate transfers. The school plans for transfer students to make up 33 percent of their student population.
Minnesota 'above average' on college graduation
Twenty-two years ago, then Gov. Rudy Perpich caught heaps of flack for referring to Minnesota as the "Brainpower State." He may have been onto something. New Census data shows that Minnesota ranks fourth in college completion rates among adults 25-54 with 49.8 of folks in that bracket having completed college. Our neighbors to the northwest, North Dakota came in a slot ahead of us at #3 with 50.8 percent of their adult population donning college graduation caps.
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