Twenty miles from the Canadian border, just outside Hallock, Minnesota, you’ll find the bean fields that surround the Gillie home.
Last week, the U.S. Agriculture Secretary said he didn’t know if the family dairy farm can survive as the industry moves towards factory farms.
Small Minnesota dairy farms wonder if this year could be their last.
Minneapolis Police have broken up a loosely-organized violent downtown crime ring that focused on getting cell phones from drunk people and then beating the victims.
As the Fire Marshal for St. Cloud, one of Phil Schaefer’s duties is to investigate the cause of any fire.
In the coming months, Twin Metals will reveal more and more of its plan for a controversial underground copper and nickel mine near Ely, Minnesota, just five miles from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Drowning is one of the leading causes of children’s deaths. It happens so often because most people don’t know what an actual drowning looks or sounds like. It is not the loud, hands splashing event you see in the movies or television.
When people buy something and pay tax on it, they expect the money is going to the government. However, FOX 9 has learned hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of those dollars are vanishing as part of a high-tech tax fraud.
The number of new apartment buildings is at an all-time high around the Twin Cities, but those seeking a new home may be left out in the cold.
The man who violently assaulted former religious cult leader Victor Barnard in a Minnesota prison cell said he doesn't regret the attack and sleeps well at night despite giving Barnard a punctured lung and traumatic brain injury.
Jerald Boitnott served 24 years in prison for first degree murder. But more recently, he is the plaintiff in more than a dozen federal lawsuits against national restaurant chains and retailers, claiming they are failing to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
A day after the Fox 9 Investigators broke the story of excessive force used by a corrections officer on an inmate in the Ramsey County Jail in 2016, there is massive political fallout.
The tent city along Hiawatha Avenue in Minneapolis may be gone, but the city’s homeless problem didn’t vanish. The homeless can be found every day in libraries around the Twin Cities. And one of those libraries even has a full-time social worker helping to meet the needs of its patrons.
Minneapolis has a new leader of its Parks and Recreation Department inheriting a Board that is deeply divided after a Fox 9 Investigation into the hiring of a new consultant.
After his home was hit a couple of times by thieves, Dr. Ashwin George joined the growing ranks of do-it-yourself security buffs.
The Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) is receiving criticism from present and past commissioners after the Interim Superintendent approved a paid consultant, without a public vote, who has strong connections to the Board’s President.
Wall Street investors are getting a big slice of the North Minneapolis housing market, while some in the neighborhood feel they are getting denied the chance of homeownership.
Minnesota men are dying from an inexpensive and easily accessible way to get high that appears to be perfectly legal.
An old nemesis is back and it’s spreading like a plague across greater Minnesota.
It’s a ritual repeated hundreds, if not thousands of times every day in Minnesota: Somali-Americans stepping into small storefronts to send money to family halfway around the world.