Some groups still smoke at disproportionately higher rates than others.
The Twin Cities (once again) are at the top of these yearly park rankings.
Pew surveyed about 1,500 Americans in April, asking about their confidence in the future of the U.S.
More money for Costco hotdogs!
These are some of the V-Day trends this year.
And that's just in the state of Minnesota.
The mayor and police chief talk about violent crime in Minneapolis last year.
The fewest fire deaths ever recorded in a year? 35. The highest? 134.
Housing, feeding, educating and clothing a baby costs a whole heap of cash.
This is the most dangerous time for fires in Minnesota.
27 percent of all drivers stopped were black.
For example, you're less likely to die from diarrhea if you live in Waseca or Traverse county, compared to most of the U.S.
1973 was the year of Jennifer across the U.S.
Help make sure that every kid gets a hot lunch this holiday season.
Authorities say they found no risk to the general public.
If you're told you went up in a hot air balloon as a kid, there's a pretty good chance you'll believe it.
Now lawmakers will have to choose how they want to use this money. Which was a problem last year.
Only 79 of those ended with a disciplinary action greater than a warning.
Thank you Mark Zuckerberg.
After a rocky start for open enrollment, more than 13,000 have successfully signed up for health coverage.
Landlords looking to capitalize on wealthier tenants have contributed to rising rental prices in the Twin Cities.
The Meeker County Sheriff's Office is wearing pink badges for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
State Farm insurance company says Minnesota drivers have a 1 in 80 chance of hitting a deer this year.