A Minnesota family is giving back to the community in honor of their late son who died in a 2019 crash on Highway 610.
An artist from Plymouth, Minnesota wants to help children of color see themselves in a different light.
Alia Tarraf said her friend, coworker and fellow filmmaker Allison Wilke Gryphon was a shining star. But, when Gryphon’s light went out, Tarraf decided to bring her own journey of pain and healing to the silver screen.
An 84-year-old former pilot who has Parkinson’s disease found herself in a familiar place: in the cockpit of a plane thanks to a fellow aviator.
A school resource officer and a police officer saved two dogs from a house fire Wednesday morning in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.
A trauma nurse at Regions Hospital in St. Paul is now caring for patients in the very same unit that saved his life years ago.
Community members are celebrating after a beloved care home cat who went missing was found safe weeks later in Buffalo, Minnesota.
After growing up together on the same street in St. Louis Park more than 30 years ago, former neighbors celebrated a lifetime of friendship after decades apart.
Abe Wachsman is searching for the family that he gave a ride to safety on Sept. 11, 2001.
A trailblazing paramedic from the Twin Cities metro is getting ready to call it a wrap after 43 years on the job.
A Minnesota man finally completed his mission to carry his canoe a distance equal to the Superior Hiking Trail, a mission he dubbed "Portage for a Purpose" to help promote suicide prevention.
Last winter, FOX 9 spoke with a young girl in Champlin who is making a difference, using her free time to build wheelchairs for disabled animals.
Among the runners on Sunday was Tom Perri who says he was competing in his 571st marathon and his 26th Twin Cities Marathon, all while he battles stage 4 prostate cancer.
A neighborhood is rallying behind a historic diner in Minneapolis that's at risk of going out of business due to the pandemic.
Victor the dog who went missing after his owner's car was stolen has been found safe.
The first wave of Afghan families have begun arriving in Minnesota following the U.S. military withdrawal, and state officials report hundreds of evacuees and refugees from the war-torn country may soon follow.
There aren’t many workplaces where coworkers can say they’ve helped deliver each other’s babies, but Hennepin Healthcare is one, and on Saturday Minnesota’s first certified midwife service celebrated 50 years of delivering babies.
A stuffed animal duck is taking a cross-country journey, all for a good cause. Starting in Missouri, "Mr. Vanderquack" has now gone through seven states already, stopping by most recently in Minnesota.
Officers in Boulder, Colo. helped a 3-year-old girl free her head from two steel bars.
In June of 2010 Dylan Witschen, a football player at Anoka High School died of brain cancer. Before he died, he asked his family to raise money for the hospital that fought to save his life.