On this week's On the Map, FOX 9's Karen Scullin goes to a historic windmill at Minneopa State Park.
On this week's On the Map, FOX 9's Karen Scullin explores St. Paul's semi-hidden slot canyon.
On the week's On the Map, FOX 9's Karen Scullin explores man-made caves dating back to 1882.
FOX 9's Karen Scullin takes back to the Minnesota Gold Rush, which put the the small Minnesota town Oronoco on the map.
Every day across the country children walk to school under the watchful eye of a crossing guard. But did you know that the concept started right here in St. Paul?
Karen Scullin takes us to St. Paul where the idea for the school crossing guard originated.
FOX 9's Karen Scullin takes us to Como Park in this week's On the Map. The large fireplace was built back in 1936 to honor the poet Joyce Kilmer.
With Halloween approaching, tales of paranormal activity are stirring up at some favorite Minneapolis spots.
Karen Scullin takes us to First Avenue to explore its haunted history.
Don the War Horse belonged to Minnesota's fifth governor, and fought alongside him in the Civil War. The horse is the only non-human buried at the cemetery in Roseville.
A familiar sight in the Twin Cities skyline, the Prospect Park Water Tower, commonly known as the Witch's Hat, could soon be welcoming visitors once more. Closed to the public since 2019, this iconic landmark is on the cusp of a resurgence.
Anoka's "Circle of Life," at the spot where the Rum River meets the Mississippi, held a special significance for the Dakota people. Karen Scullins explains it in this week's On the Map.
Karen Scullin takes us to Minnesota's ghost towns. In Carver County alone, there are 24 of them.
FOX 9's Karen Scullin took us to a house in Proctor, Minnesota, which previously belonged to a Titanic survivor and now features a statue of the infamous ship in the front yard, honoring the homeowner.
Along the Rum River in Anoka, the Windego Amphitheater hosted community theater productions and movies.
Karen Scullin takes us to an important piece of Native American history tucked away in downtown Chaska.
Karen Scullin takes us back to when Shakopee was "Little Chicago" during Prohibition in her latest "On The Map" segment.
How Lake Minnetonka became the popular lake everyone knows and loves today.
With the brutal winters, we have here have you ever wondered how in the world Minnesota ended up growing such amazing apples? Well, we can take a man by the name of Peter Gideon. He moved to the shores of Lake Minnetonka around 1853 with his wife, wealthy yes, that was her name.
There are peace poles across the world. Most are just a few feet tall but, in Minneapolis, their peace pole is one of the tallest in the world made out of a grain bin.