The Bemidji area experienced its first dose of wintertime weather. Forecasters say snow and ice pellets moved through the area Wednesday afternoon. Fortunately it melted quickly.
Charges: 6-year-old Eli Hart shot up to 9 times by his mother
The 28-year-old is facing 2nd-degree murder charges.
Former WCCO Radio host Dave Lee moves into podcasts
His new podcast, called 'My First Concert,' launched last week.
Tow boat collides with Mississippi River lock and dam in Alma, WI
The crash remains under investigation by the United States Coast Guard.
Police: Man in minivan approached kids, claimed he was former principal
Investigators say children were approached by a man in a white minivan who falsely claimed he'd been a local school principal.
Police: 2 people shot, 1 fatally over the weekend in La Crosse
Officers arrived to the scene and found one person suffering multiple gunshot wounds.
Wisconsin couple fight, kill bear that broke into their home
The incident happened last week in north-central Wisconsin.
USS Minneapolis-St. Paul officially launched in Duluth ceremony
It's the first U.S. Navy ship to be commissioned in Minnesota.
North High principal Mauri Friestleben returning to finish year
The principal said Friday she had been fired from her role over her support of a student protest.
One dead, two injured in wrong-way crash on Hwy. 169
The crash occurred on Highway 169 early Sunday morning.
Mild winter weather expected to trigger spring flooding in Red River Basin
The National Weather Service says highs in the 50s and overnight lows above freezing this weekend will increase water levels in streams and tributaries. Ice jams could also cause some flash flooding. The Fargo-Moorhead area is only expected to see minor flooding this spring.
What's up with the dreary winter weather forecasts?
MPR's Paul Huttner takes a critical look at the slew of recent forecasts predicting a harsh winter in Minnesota this year.
National Weather Service latest to pile on the dreary winter forecasts
A Weather Service forecaster says these unseasonably warm temperatures will likely soon give way to a cold, snowy winter reminiscent of last year.
No wind chills this winter; Weather Service will keep 'extreme cold' warnings
The National Weather Service in the Dakotas and Minnesota says it's sticking with the "extreme cold" warnings that it tested last winter. Meteorologists say the winter weather can be dangerously cold even without wind. Forecasters will issue the warning when the temperature could feel like 30 below or colder.
Winter is coming: Temps drop, rain turns to snow
The Twin Cities could get nearly an inch of rain Thursday as temperatures drop during the day, leaving the possibility for a little slush and snow, but no accumulation. It was already snowing early Thursday in western parts of the state as the cold front moves in. Areas in the northern part of the state could get 2-3 inches of snow on the grass, forecasters say.
I-35 in Duluth will reopen Friday if weather cooperates
Transit workers say they ready to wrap up the two-year project and reopen all lanes if the weather is dry. Unfortunately, forecasters are predicting a 40 percent chance of rain or snow. The "mega project" has caused some severe headaches for drivers.
Winter storm watch issued for southeastern Minnesota
Forecasters are predicting snowfall accumulations of 2 to 4 inches for parts of southeastern Minnesota by Wednesday. There is a chance of snow showers in the Twin Cities.
Snow sculpture contest canceled at the St. Paul Winter Carnival
The 126th St. Paul Winter Carnival will go on, but without the annual snow sculpture contest. Due to the lack of snow this winter, organizers made the decision to cancel it, but the carnival will still have ice carving. The St. Paul Winter Carnival is set to take place January 26 through February 5.
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