Area U.S. Congress members are sounding off after President Trump’s controversial tweets over the weekend.
The hot and humid conditions, combined with an approaching cold front, sparked showers and thunderstorms, some of which turned severe Monday afternoon.
Thousands are experiencing power outages as those storms move through.
The people who run vehicle licensing offices around Minnesota will be getting a state check soon.
The start of a new month means new laws are now in effect in Minnesota.
HIBBING, MN– On Friday night, 11 Hibbing families have running water once again after nine dry days. “It was horrible. It was really bad. Especially
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in saying officers can draw blood when a motorist, suspected of impaired driving is unconscious.
According to the Northland Firewire, the driver and passenger were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
Strong storms swept through Minnesota and Wisconsin Thursday afternoon, and Mother Nature put on quite a show.
With the hands-free cell phone law taking effect August 1, motorists have been reaching out to the Department of Public Safety in Minnesota with many frequently asked questions.
A second round of debates is heading to the small screen Thursday night.
When the temperatures finally warm up after the cold winter months, everyone wants to be outside, whether it would be hitting the beach or playing in outdoor activities such as baseball, softball, golf and much more.
Parts of the region will want to keep an eye on the skies Thursday afternoon and evening.