The Twin Cities metro got between 2-4 inches of snow Tuesday, with up to 7 inches reported in Greater Minnesota
Twenty-four Minnesota schools have reported COVID-19 outbreaks this week among students or staff who were in-person learning—up from 11 the previous week, according to the latest data from the state health department.
It's only week two of a shortened high school football schedule and COVID-19 is now forcing more cancellations. Several schools already postponed their season openers last week.
When times get tough, some people just want to help. That's what Crystal Alvarez is doing for her neighbors in Chanhassen.
Have you turned your heat on yet? The National Weather Service says record cold high temperatures were set in the Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin Tuesday with more records possible Wednesday.
As Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end to summer, a summer stable is also coming to end for the year.
Storms dropped up to 5.53 inches of rain on the Twin Cities metro in the last 24 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
An 11-foot statue of Prince’s famed love symbol was unveiled at Paisley Park Thursday.
The Carver County Board of Commissioners approved a $450,000 settlement with the family of Archer Amorosi, who was shot and killed by Carver County deputies in July 2018.
Some of Minnesota's most prized landmarks are reopening. Paisley Park is excited to welcome back fans with new safety protocols in place. Executive director Alan Seiffert joined the Buzz to chat about what you should expect on your next tour in Chanhassen.
Prince fans are invited back to Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota after the museum closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Twin Cities metro is healing following the death of George Floyd and destructive riots. The efforts to help families to rebuild neighborhoods is just starting and some of the biggest ideas are coming from small efforts.
Under Minnesota’s stay-at-home order, the business landscape has changed dramatically and for some, it may never look the same. Those in the retail industry say they’re doing their best to adapt.
The Chanhassen Dinner Theatres production of “The Music Man” is currently on hold to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the show’s barbershop quartet is still singing.
With kids home from school, as schools join in the fight against coronavirus spread, one private school is finding new ways to keep connected with their students.
The Chanhassen Red Birds are also known for giving back.
The Chahassen Red Birds will host the Minnetonka Miller at 7:30 at Red Bird Stadium
Chanhassen's Jaden Hanson is feeling the love from the community as he battles a rare cancer.
Inside Chanhassen High School is an emerging jazz super star artist with small saxophone and a big sound.