As the snow began falling Friday, Minnesota drivers reported slippery conditions throughout the state.
A Blizzard Warning is in effect for parts of western and southern Minnesota until 6 p.m. Saturday, with white out conditions possible and wind gusts potentially reaching 60 mph.
The City of St. Paul and Minneapolis both declared a Snow Emergency Saturday.
After Friday's snowstorm spread across Minnesota, many residents are shoveling out - and preparing for some intense winds Saturday.
A trooper and driver alongside a highway in western Iowa escaped injury by just feet on Friday after a truck went off the road.
For most, Friday evening was a good time to stay inside and stay warm. But, the cold temps and snowy weather didn't stop some from enjoying the great outdoors.
As road conditions worsen, Minnesota law enforcement officials are urging drivers to stay safe on the roads or to avoid travel if possible.
Clear runways, a blue sky - it’s the perfect day to fly. But that’s about to change. Snow is on the way and lots of it. About 6-10 inches is expected to hit much of Minnesota.
During a terror event drill at Allianz Field, emergency responders pressed on despite sub-zero temperatures.
Starting with accumulating snow and ending with possible whiteout conditions, this winter storm will make travel difficult Friday and Saturday night.
Dangerously cold temperatures and several inches of snow are adding challenges to the weekend of activities for the 14th Annual Hockey Day Minnesota.
After getting a light snow Wednesday, Minnesota is gearing up for a brief hit of bitter cold.
As we look toward more snow later this week, there’s always evolving technology helping plow drivers across Minnesota do their job.
Another chance for light snow could happen Wednesday morning in the Twin Cities metro area.
Drivers are being warned to watch out for slippery spots on the roads as they head out the door Tuesday morning.
The Twin Cities metro saw a dusting of snow Sunday night, but another round of snow is expected overnight Monday.
The popular winter attraction Ice Castles is opening January 17 in New Brighton, Minnesota.
On the front lawn of a home on the 2700 block of 16th Street Northwest in New Brighton, a giant of the ocean is making a splash on land.
Gusty weather is expected on Sunday for the Twin Cities that has a wind advisory in effect for the metro and areas to the north and west.
A group of adorable dogs with special needs played in the snow during the holiday season.