A St. Paul couple's honeymoon road trip ended in unspeakable tragedy Saturday afternoon when the bride was killed and her husband was seriously injured by a drunk driver.Leah Fonda and Brian Preiss, both 30, were in the midst of day eight of a honeymoon road trip from Minnesota to Niagara Falls when ... More >>
Alfred "Tom" Mead will be spending a week of his twilight years behind bars after he was sentenced to a week in jail for cheating during the Park Rapids American Legion Community Fishing Derby last February. SEE ALSO: Wisconsin DNR discovers 125-year-old, 7-foot-long sturgeon [PHOTO] Mead, 72, was b ... More >>
Andy SchmittA VFW post commander defends his right to wet Sundays.After a long, dramatic City Council meeting last night, North St. Paul bar owners and patrons emerged with mixed feelings. The town's watering holes are still being threatened with closure on Sundays due to the rediscovery of ... More >>
Neumann'sThe main drag in North St. Paul is home to most of the town's bars, including the Polar Lounge, the American Legion, and Neumann's, which opened its doors in 1887 and is the longest continually running bar in Minnesota. It may sound sleepy, but right now, the bar community is in an ... More >>
South Saint Paul wants to make this much booya.It sounds like something a frat boy would yell out after drinking from a beer bong, but a booya is much more than an exclamation of hard partying. Minnesotans can't claim many foods as their own (well, booya is shared with a small part of Wisconsin), ... More >>
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A Washington County institution burned to the ground yesterday in subzero temps.
Michael Palm, 41, had been employed at Suburban Taxi for more than a year and "was one of the most gentle guys you could ever meet," said the company's general manager.
The New Brighton Tri-City American Legion will host an audiophile's delight this Sunday.
After all-too-lengthy delays, two bands that helped form the 2000s join forces for a powerful reunion tour that shouldn't be missed.
Female MMA will be in the spotlight during EliteXC on CBS this Saturday
A small-town mayor with big-city ambitions sets off a major brouhaha in Harris
His name isn't the answer to a trivia question—not yet
What to serve when interring a loved one, and other culinary tips from the afterworld
How personal tragedy made a politician of Patty Wetterling
Call these places the heart of the heartland. Or call them the middle of the middle of nowhere. One thing is certain: When you picnic on truck stop food in the cemetery beneath the oil refinery, you won't have to worry about other tourists
Minnesota vets on the war in Iraq
One thing is certain: Roy Hagen killed his wife with a single blast from a 12-gauge shotgun. After that, the story gets a whole lot murkier.
In ten years, only one man has had the blind faith to try to unseat Anoka Mayor Pete Beberg. Meet Bjorn Skogquist, new kid in town.
A two-year-old brawl has south Minneapolis's most prominent gym on the ropes
When Kate, Brigid, Rita, and Jane McDonald joined the Sisters of St. Joseph nearly 50 years ago, they knew that nuns worked hard, lived modestly, and wore long cloaks. The sit-ins, marches, and street protests didn't come till later.
Brian Herron has battled racism, hatred, and self-doubt. But none of that prepared him for the Minneapolis city council.
How sports are wrecking schools.
In two new works, Sarah Skaggs and Morgan Thorson break down the wall between concert dance and club culture.
Ginger Sanders, like a lot of Pine Bend area residents, believes her home is in the middle of a cancer cluster, but officials from industry and the state say they see no problem.
On the road with the Concrete Farm dance collective and a big rig.
Candice Roark was a healthy 20-year-old when she was sent to the Persian Gulf in 1991. Now she has a pacemaker, fainting spells, and a lot of unanswered questions about what made her and thousands of other soldiers sick.