Approximately 48 million Americans are sickened by food every year. More than half of the illnesses reported come from restaurants or delis.
Free health screenings are coming to a community near you!
Activists gathered at the Capri Theater in north Minneapolis to shine a spotlight on HIV/AIDS prevention on Sunday.
Food companies and consumers get guidelines for reducing acrylamide, a chemical produced when fries turn crispy and toast turns brown.
A 51-year-old Minnesota man is recovering after receiving the state's first "breathing" lung transplant.
The North Memorial's Community Paramedic Program involves paramedics going to homes when there is not an emergency.
Tis the season when kids are bringing notes home from school warning of head lice outbreaks, and many parents are turning to home remedies and products that promise to prevent the nasty bug.
MNsure's COO Erik Larson says because MNsure relies on federal services, the site is currently closed on weekends and holidays.
Residents of a southeast Minneapolis neighborhood are learning more about the chemical vapors in the soil under their homes.
There's a new hybrid operating room at the University of Minnesota, the only one of its kind in the region. It's not only exciting for surgeons. There are great benefits for patients too.
Many Minnesotans are finding they cannot search MNsure for coverage on Sundays and holidays like Veteran's Day.
Residents of a Roseville apartment complex are regrouping after a hot burning fire chased them from their homes Thursday night.
When the odds are one in a million, everything is wrong when those odds are beaten.
St. John's Abbey has released an updated list of monks "who likely have offended against minors."
Some recall it as the Edina tornado, others refer to it as the Har Mar tornado, but no matter the name, the memories are the same.
WCCO-TV has let go of one of their news anchors. Jeanette Trompeter, the 5 p.m. newscast anchor was let go from WCCO-TV for budget
Injured people have something new to lean on thanks to a Minnesota inventor. Jeff Weber, a native of Fairmont, designed a new kind of crutch called Mobilegs.
There's a sure sign of spring located high in a tree, just west of the Twin Cities. And, the Minnesota Bound Eagle Cam is giving us all the perfect view.