As fresh snowfall came down and 22,000 miles of snowmobile trails officially opened Tuesday across Minnesota, riders were still waiting to take their sleds out.
The Salvation Army may be calling on the community for help this holiday season.
They seem to be experiencing a rocky start to their season, with the number of bell ringers being significantly low especially in the Virginia and Hibbing locations.
A handmade quilt is cherished in the cold winter months, and Tuesday at Essentia Health a local quilters' guild got in the spirit of the holiday season, donating 20 quilts to the Cancer Center and Solvay Hospice House.
Attorneys for three men accused in a shooting that wounded five black men demonstrating outside a Minneapolis police precinct are denying their clients are racist and downplaying evidence.
The Itasca County teenager allegedly involved in the accidental fatal shooting of a friend has been released from jail while prosecutors consider charges in the case. A 911 call on Sunday morning reported that an 18-year-old male had accidentally shot his friend.
Gov. Mark Dayton is again pressing Republican leaders to agree to a special session to offer help to unemployed steelworkers. Dayton also cites the need to "address the serious disparities affecting Minnesotans of color" in his letter to House Speaker Kurt Daudt.
Minnesota lawmakers aren't finding easy answers as they try to hammer out rules for police wearing body cameras next year.
Preliminary data from the state Department of Natural Resources indicates hunters killed slightly more deer during Wisconsin's 9-day gun season than last year.
Many churches and other groups hold lutefisk dinners in the weeks leading up to Christmas, and the dinner at Duluth's First Lutheran Church is always one of the biggest.