Photo of 737 from Madison Fire Dept..front wheel of aircraft stuck in the snow at MSN. pic.twitter.com/Ty3pXPsVt8-- Eric Franke (@EricFrankeTV) December 16, 2013 Reports are coming out of Madison, Wisconsin, this evening that Delta Flight 385 from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has sli ... More >>
A judge ruled Wednesday that the nine-year-old boy who hopped a flight to Last Vegas without a ticket will be removed his home, answering his father's recent plea for help.SEE ALSO: Father of 9-year-old stowaway breaks down, pleads for someone to help his son Expressing concern that the b ... More >>
Spirit Airlines, a discount carrier based out of Florida, announced this morning that it will be the newest addition to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport. Effective this summer, Spirit will begin offering daily flights from MSP to Las Vegas and Chicago. Today and tomorrow, tickets will go for $28.79 ... More >>
Yael GrauerBen & Jerry's popular limited-edition flavor is a best-sellerFinding Schweddy Balls in the Twin Cities ain't easy, as the popular Ben & Jerry's limited-edition flavor has been flying off shelves. If you've been curious to try it, here's where you can pick up a pint in the Twin Ci ... More >>
Stinking hot at the CP Weather Center this morning.Yesterday it was hot enough to melt the roads. Today it's going to be even worse. The National Weather Service says we're facing a hot, sticky mess with temps and humidity pushing the heat index to 101. The overall effect will feel like stan ... More >>
Screen grab via FSNTicket please.Ordinarily when you wheel a rollerbag up to your gate at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and you you see a crowd and commotion, you brace for the worst. Is it a canceled flight? A last-minute gate-change? But not yesterday at Gates F9 and 10.
Time to move the cars again.Just like Snowmageddon in December, the February blizzard is one for the record books. The 13.4 inches of snow that fell at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting Sunday was the largest amount ever from a single February storm, according to the National W ... More >>
Welcome back to winter.The weather forecasters called this one right: The Twin Cities have been inundated with snow measured by the foot rather than just inches. And wind, as promised, is clearly kicking up. Driving around Minneapolis was sloppy and choppy this morning. Neighbors were helping ea ... More >>
Welcome back to winter.The weather forecasters called this one right: The Twin Cities have been inundated with snow measured by the foot rather than just inches. And wind, as promised, is clearly kicking up. Driving around Minneapolis was sloppy and choppy this morning. Neighbors were helpin ... More >>
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Leo the Late BloomerFinding kid-friendly activities that don't drain your bank account can be trickier than cleaning marker off the walls. The Minneapolis Central and the Southdale libraries have come to the rescue with Childish Films: Rock and Read. This free program geared toward youngsters age ... More >>
Pastor Tom Brock reaped a whirlwind of self-loathingPastor Tom Brock became a viral sensation this week after he was outed by the local gay magazine, Lavender.Brock famously blamed the the tornado that struck downtown Minneapolis a church's embrace of gay clergy. He's taken a leave of absence, bu ... More >>
Airport police are still investigating the sad case of the Delta mechanic who was killed in an accident at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport yesterday.
The St. Paul woman faced a maximum 20 years in prison, but according to a plea deal, she was sentenced to just one.
Expert says to expect more expensive errors as security tightens
The military says fighter jets were ready to intercept Flight 188, but didn't get the go ahead from air traffic controllers, the FAA says.
A man who had planned to marry a Wisconsin woman in December decided to dip out a little early, take many of her belongings, and use her to fund his one-one ticket to Hawaii to marry a Russian woman.
The chance of having your bag fully searched at the airport these days is pretty high. So you'd think someone who chooses to look at child porn might decide to leave his photos back at home while he travels.
This one has $9 tickets! That is if you have any reason to fly to Toledo, Ohio or Melbourne-Vero Beach, Fla.
On MSNBC, Ellison said her comments "could even be called psycho talk."
Bachmann made false claims that the six "flying imams" who were briefly detained at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport in 2006 were here for a "victory celebration" for Rep. Keith Ellison.
An Egyptian-born man has waited two years for an FBI background check—while working at the Airport
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Al Milgrom celebrated his inaugural film festival by going to jail. It hasn't gotten any easier.
Don't think you can survive the 439th screening of that Dora the Explorer DVD?
Before they could blink, it was coming at them, fast and flickering, from 40 countries at once — the Minneapolis-St Paul International Film Festival 2006
The sort-of true story of a Minneapolis man who made his mom into a movie, plus two local trailers, and 36 reviews from around the globe
Searching the slopes for signs of independence at the Sundance Film Festival
Favorites from the second week of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
The Rolling River music and movies festival goes through a divorce
Minneapolis hosts a marathon of Avant-Garde music
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival's Middle Week Has Hits, Sleepers, and Snoozers
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
You don't schmooze, you lose: Local filmmakers pan the D.L. Mabery Awards
That was the question at the South by Southwest Film Festival, where digital video reigned and good ol' film went south
From escapist entertainment to aesthetic ecstasy: Twenty-nine writers script valentines to twelve months of culture
A scorching Israeli drama mourns the state of marriage
Twin Cities native and teen idol Rachael Leigh Cook extends her range to The Hi-Line
The Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival spins into its second week