With 33.8 million air bags now being declared defective making for the largest auto recall. you can go here to check on the latest on vehicle safety information, including whether yours has been recalled.
by Vince Tuss5/19/2015 11:49:07 PM
Among 17 measures signed into law by Gov. Dayton were new insurance requirements for ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft, and the acceptance by law enforcement of digital proof of insurance.
by Vince Tuss5/20/2015 12:19:11 AM
A new federal plan aims to reverse America’s declining honeybee and monarch butterfly populations by making millions of acres of federal land more bee-friendly.
by Vince Tuss5/20/2015 12:46:55 AM
The Minnesota Timberwolves will have the No. 1 pick in the 2015 NBA draft. Story to come shortly.
A cruise ship with nearly 3,500 passengers and crew was stuck for 6½ hours grounded on a reef close to the British island of Bermuda. Norwegian Cruise Line said the ship, freed by a rising tide, dropped anchor and would wait for an inspection for any damage.
by Vince Tuss5/20/2015 4:43:27 AM
For the third year in a row, Minneapolis has been judged to have the best city parks in the country. But this year, it’s sharing that distinction with a familiar rival: St. Paul.
by Vince Tuss5/20/2015 5:08:04 AM
Bob Dylan did it his way on David Letterman's show Tuesday night. No "Forever Young," no "Blowin' in the Wind" or one other of the classics. No he sang a Frank Sinatra song with a fitting theme from his current album.
by Vince Tuss5/20/2015 5:53:15 AM
Target profits jump 52 percent as turnaround efforts start to pay off.
by Dennis McGrath5/20/2015 12:34:36 PM
Wisconsin DOT warns drivers heading into the metro that WB94 is a single lane near Baldwin, and lengthy delays can be expected.
The Minneapolis City Council Public Safety Committee has voted to repeal lurking and spitting laws that had been criticized as being tools used by police to target minorities. The full council will vote June 5.
Minneapolis police have blocked off an area near 40th and Fremont avenue N. because of a man on a roof. Residents nearby tell a reporter at the scene that he was part of a chase involving police. More as the story develops.
Developers are moving forward with a plan to bring shops and hundreds of residents to one of the last undeveloped blocks on Hennepin Avenue S. in downtown Minneapolis, between Whole Foods and the Federal Reserve Bank.