The world's first female spacewalking team is making history high above Earth.
With the sun setting earlier and deer getting more active this time of year, it's a bad mix for drivers.
The Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul will debut the newly-updated William McKnight-3M Omnitheater on Oct. 17 with a screening of "Superpower Dogs."
This may come as a bit of a shock (clearly sarcasm), but the Twin Cities has now seen one of our top ten wettest years… and we still have 2 and a half months to go.
The National Weather Service’s weather surveillance radar captured a massive migration of monarch butterflies and dragonflies flying over the central United States.
According to NASA’s JPL, the giant space rock known as 2019 TA7 will skim past Earth at a distance of roughly 930,000 miles, making its closest approach to Earth in nearly 115 years.
While it certainly seems really early in the fall to already get some snowflakes in the Twin Cities, turns out, it’s not all that unusual.
The sheriff in Benton County, Minnesota is warning to drivers to keep their eyes peeled for deer.
A cheeky lion roared at a photographer, then flashed him a grin.
While snow is often the headline, it will be taking a backseat the upcoming few days to our cold that will affect all of us. Now, I’m not saying that we can’t get some flakes in the Twin Cities and even some light accumulations in northwestern Minnesota, but it will be the cold that is the MUCH bigger story around here into the weekend.
Sunshine has been hard to come by over the last few weeks, months, and years. In fact, it's been nearly 3 years since we've had a substantial run of sunny days...
Police in Duluth, Minnesota are warning members of the public after two dogs were reportedly bitten by a black bear.
Here we go! What is arguably the most visually stunning part of the year is now here with plenty of yellows, oranges, and reds popping across the northern part of the state.
Goats are back in Burnsville, Minnesota to help curb the growth of buckthorn at parks throughout the city.
Travel website TripAdvisor announced it will no longer sell tickets or generate revenue from any attractions that are involved with the captivity of ocean mammals.
University of Minnesota officials are warning the campus community after a bat was found acting strangely on the East Bank, according to a U of M SAFE-U Alert.
It has been a wild few weeks of weather across the country. The temperatures have been anything but steady here in Minnesota with 50s one day and 80s the next. But for the southern and eastern U.S., wild swings in temperature haven’t been the story; it’s been the persistence of the summerlike heat.
It may have been expected for days, but it doesn’t make it anymore eye popping. While some loved the one-day return to summer, others despised it. Everyone though I think can agree that it has been a crazy weird couple of days.
Public entities and nonprofits serving children can soon apply for $182,000 of grant funding from the Minnesota DNR if they plan to use the money to help get kids outdoors.
In the midst of our much cooler more fall-like pattern, a one-day heat wave will bring us briefly back to summer...