Two Minnesota cities were recently named among the best places to live in America.
A Twin Cities dentist is being remembered by his co-workers just days after he died in a plane crash in northern Minnesota.
A Woodbury paramedic has filed a lawsuit against the city and its Fire Department accusing them of retaliation for refusing to inject ketamine into a subject as ordered by a police sergeant, a claim the city denies.
While the majority of destruction from violent protests in response to the death of George Floyd happened in Minneapolis and St. Paul, surrounding cities also experienced reports of damage Thursday overnight into Friday.
In a courtyard at Woodbury Senior Living, the sound of music fills the air, but this impromptu performance is more than just a mini-concert.
The Minnesota BCA and local police are investigating multiple reports of credit card skimmers found at grocery stores including Lunds & Byerlys.
One Minnesota woman is elated after she’s reunited with her dog who was missing for 17 months.
The City of Woodbury has declared a water emergency as officials deal with chemical contamination in its water supply.
The new policy will go into effect in August 2020 and will allow sufferers of chronic pain and age-related macular degeneration to receive medical marijuana treatments.
When a bridal consignment shop in Woodbury shut down, customers were left empty-handed, including some brides not far from their wedding days.
A Twin Cities metro family is suing the Minnesota State High School League after their son was suspended for the rest of the season for allegedly making an illegal hit during a football game.
12-year-old Lucas Paulson of Woodbury, Minnesota, recently participated in a national competition inspired by the TV show American Ninja Warrior.
Anita Miller and Kendrick Jordan Sr. say they will never forget the images of doctors and hospital staff making the call to stop CPR.
Parents in Woodbury are pushing back against proposed school district boundary changes.
Woodbury School Board member and beloved principal Joe Slavin was found dead in a local park Wednesday morning.