Stars come out as Minneapolis folk legend Spider John Koerner celebrates his “1,000th Moon Celebration.”
Minneapolis LGBT community makes "Queer Voices" heard via new anthology coedited by City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins.
Wolves President Gersson Rosas says the team didn't make a promise to draft Gonzaga forward Rui Hachimura.
Concerns over the handling of a critical water permit for PolyMet Mining’s proposed Minnesota copper mine deepened following the disclosure of a leaked e-mail from a Minnesota pollution regulator to EPA counterparts asking them not to file their written comments on the permit during Minnesota’s public comment period,
Longtime KARE 11 reporter Boyd Huppert has earned three more national Edward R. Murrow Awards, broadcast journalism's version of the Oscars, bringing his total to 19.
The World Meteorological Organization announced two recent temperature readings have been accepted among the hottest recorded on Earth: 129 degrees in Kuwait in 2016 and 128.7 in Pakistan.
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