The Dakota dozen: 12 must-see destinations in North Dakota and South Dakota.
Strangled Minneapolis woman's death remains unsolved 84 years later.
Regan Smith puts her young swim club on the map: The Lakeville swimmer is the first Olympian to come out of Riptide Swim Club since it opened in 2012. She's created quite a fan club.
From Minneapolis riots to the U.S. Capitol attack, social media users broadcast their own crimes.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Martin C. Hinz has been an advocate and researcher in the use of nutritional products and urinalysis for people suffering from Parkinson's disease, depression and other maladies. But questions about that work have surfaced in recent months after the owner of Dove Medical Press, an academic publisher of peer-reviewed scientific and medical journals, retracted all six of Hinz's articles on Parkinson's.
Two late goals lift Minnesota United to a 2-1 victory over Portland.
Chase Kalisz won the first American medal of the Tokyo Games, taking gold in the men's 400-meter individual medley while teammate Jay Litherland made it a 1-2 finish.
Lakeville's Regan Smith gets second-fastest Olympic women's 100-meter backstroke time in prelims.
Sparked by pandemic fallout, homeschooling has surged across the country.
Back from injured list, Jake Cave starts in center field today as Bailey Ober faces Angels in series finale.
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