The Museum of Lake Minnetonka is looking for new land to help get the historic Minnehaha steamboat back in the water.
Once a week, Nate Hance turns the main concourse at the Minneapolis-St. Paul international airport into his own personal concert hall.
Inside the High School For Recording Arts, music fills the air. But this is no ordinary school of rock, it's also a tribute to his purple majesty.
The movie “Mallrats” was filmed at Eden Prairie Center in early 1995, and from the very first frame it was clear the Minnesota shopping center would have a starring role.
Once a week a senior choir comes together to lift their voices in song – not only making beautiful music, but also shattering stereotypes of what aging looks like.
A Minnesota couple who were once high school newlyweds have reconnected later in life - establishing a 10-acre sanctuary farm in the process.
The mission of a new company is to take unproductive and overlooked buildings in Black and Brown communities, and turn them into hubs that address economic, education and health disparities.
If anyone knows about Coca-Cola, it's Dick McChesney. The 88-year-old has spent most of his life collecting anything with the company logo on it because, for McChesney, Coke is it.
After a story FOX 9 aired about a woman searching for the owner of a steamer trunk, calls were taken and family heirlooms were reunited.
Minneapolis is known for many things, one being that it's the birthplace to one of the most popular candy bars in the world -- the Milky Way. Here's the story behind one Minnesotan man's success in building a American candy bar empire.
As the principal at Two Rivers High School, Al Johnson guides the education of more than 1,400 students. But every once in a while, he straps on a pair of suede shoes and gets on a roll.
Mark Stillman's love of playing accordion has lasted nearly five decades, with the strolling musician finding a way to carve out a living playing his squeezebox in the Twin Cities.
A construction worker in downtown Minneapolis has found a unique way to whistle while he works. He plays a musical instrument in some unexpected places and now has an audience in the millions. Meet Paul Harvey, the flute guy.
A Coon Rapids man started building birdhouses for friends and family about 10 years ago, but recently his passion has really begun to turn heads.
In 1980, Jean Vig became stranded and nearly froze to death, but despite the cold she still calls Minnesota home.
Half Time Rec in the Como Park neighborhood is known for the bocce ball court in the basement, but its other claim to fame is a connection to one of the most iconic movies ever made in Minnesota.
From the beginning Jeff Dabe's life story is a tale of epic proportions, leading him to become an arm wrestling champion.
A Minnesota man has captured the highs and lows of the last 25 years of his life on film.
"Taps" has been offered as a final salute to military veterans since the Civil War. But the number of buglers available to play it are in short supply.
Over the last 150 years, it’s been everything from a beer hall to a wedding venue, but a local landmark in Zumbrota is also something else - the last functional covered bridge in Minnesota.