50 years after record Twin Cities tornado outbreak, a survivor remembers

Don Rossbach doesn't get it when people say a tornado sounds like a train running through the yard.

Body found in St. Croix River ID'd as Scandia resident

The Washington County sheriff's office has identified the man found dead Monday night in the St. Croix River in Scandia as Troy Michael Henry, 41, of Scandia.

For St. Paul home invasion, sex assault, 30 years in prison

The third and final participant in a violent St. Paul home invasion in October was sentenced Monday to 30 years in prison, despite his request for a new trial and his insistence that he did not sexually assault anyone during the break-in.

No breath, no pulse - but St. Paul crews revived him

The man had collapsed on a sidewalk, and nothing rescue workers did to save him was working. So they turned to a staple of TV medical dramas.

St. Paul schools investigating how 2 staffers taught without licenses

St. Paul Public Schools officials are investigating how two staff members at Creative Arts Secondary were allowed to teach for years without teaching licenses.

Versatility is a hallmark of Vikings' 2015 draft class

It's probably OK if Trae Waynes plays just one position. As for most of the other players the Vikings took in the NFL draft, versatility is pivotal.