One of the three children who survived after the car they were riding in went into a retention pond last month is out of the hospital.
On Tuesday, a family spokesperson tells KSTP that 5-year-old Amani Coleman-Guerrido is home from the hospital.
No one was injured after a private charter jet’s landing gear collapsed at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Tuesday night.
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has pledged to match up to $25,000 in donations to Twin Cities Red Kettles on Saturday, Dec. 14.
The matching gift comes as the Salvation Army announced they are behind in their Christmas campaign goal by more than $500,000.
The Minneapolis City Council decided Tuesday it will grant the privately-owned Midtown Global Market in south Minneapolis a public bail out.
Mayor Rybak pushed for the relief of $270,000 from the city, plus the forgiveness of another $1.5 million in loans.
A memorial service for Nelson Mandela started at 11 a.m. South African time Tuesday, which is 3 a.m. CST.
While most people were probably asleep when it took place, several groups replayed coverage of the memorial, including the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
On Tuesday kids at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport took a special trip to the North Pole.
The kids on board the Sun Country Airlines Boeing 737 spent time singing holiday carols, writing letters to Santa, keeping watch for Santa and his reindeer and touring the cockpit.
After a 30 minute trip, the kids headed back to the gate, where they were greeted by Santa.
The Plymouth Fire Department is asking residents to help them keep fire hydrants clear of snow and ice.
Mall of America Field at Hubert H.
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