The Hamline Dining Hall at the Minnesota State Fair is honoring one of its longtime volunteers as a way to say thanks for decades of hard work.
If you missed out on Minnesota State Fair’s drive-thru food experience this summer, you’ll get a second chance to get your fair food fix this fall. The State Fair announced Tuesday it is bringing back its Food Parade for an encore in October.
You’ll likely be noticing the color teal popping up across the metro and the state for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
With no state fair this year because of the pandemic, many Minnesotans had to go without their end-of-summer tradition.
Minnesota State Fair officials say the Saturday of Labor Day, the last Saturday of the Fair, is typically the busiest day of the yearly event. On this day last year, they saw more than 260,000 visitors. For this year’s drive-thru event, they saw around 7,000.
The wait is over and the gates are open for the first-ever State Fair Food Parade at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
While the Minnesota State Fair won’t be happening this year, the butter sculpture tradition of Princess Kay of the Milky Way and her court continues amid the pandemic.
Tickets for the Minnesota State Fair's drive-thru experience have sold out just two and a half hours after the tickets went on sale online Friday morning.
The Minnesota State Fair may be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but you can still get your fair food fix this summer.
The 2020 Minnesota State Fair is canceled this year, but as a consolation prize, the Fair is selling a small piece of the fair for fair fans to pick up this summer.
Four years before George Floyd’s death, similar calls for change were voiced following the death of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety updated the state's driver's manual Monday with additional information on what to do if you are pulled over by police while in possession of a weapon. The announcement comes four years to the day after Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights after informing the officer he was legally carrying a firearm.
With the cancellation of the Minnesota State Fair due to the COVID-19 pandemic, vendors’ plans for the summer have changed drastically. While vendors say the board’s decision Friday didn’t come as a complete surprise, the news still stings.
The Minnesota State Fair will not be held in 2020 due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minnesota State Fair Board is meeting Friday to discuss the 2020 Great-Minnesota Get-Together, fair officials confirmed to FOX 9.
The Minnesota State Fair is assuring Minnesotans that is has not been canceled, despite posts circulating on social media reportedly suggesting otherwise.
The general manager of the Minnesota State Fair says the Great Minnesota Get-Together is still on track to start on Aug. 27, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
As more outbreak modeling becomes available for the coronavirus pandemic, it's becoming increasingly clear that it will be some time before Minnesota is back to normal.
Five people were injured, two seriously, when a stolen vehicle crashed on the border of St. Paul, Minnesota and Falcon Heights Tuesday afternoon.
The Minnesota State Fair has unveiled yet another artist who will perform at the Grandstand during one of the 12 days of the Great Minnesota Get-Together this summer.