Community Weighs In On Maplewood Police Body Camera PolicyMaplewood Police is the latest department to roll out a body camera program. Before they do they are deciding on a policy.
Public Reaction Mixed On Clinton-Trump DebateIt's probably no surprise both sides thought their candidate won.
Good Question: Can Debates Change A Person's Mind?It's a tradition that started with Kennedy/Nixon back in 1960 -- the televised presidential debate. The campaigns, press and the voters make a big deal of it. But, can debates change a person's mind? Good Question.
Clinton, Trump Clash In 1st Presidential DebateThe suspense has been building for weeks. Trump, the unpredictable outsider. Clinton, the first woman to lead a national ticket.
Memorial Items Removed From Paisley Park Due To Safety ConcernsSafety concerns have prompted changes at Prince's Paisley Park.
Bipartisan College Roommates Encouraging Political Discussion On CampusRepublicans and Democrats don't usually hang out on election night two roommates are trying to change that line of thinking.
Ryder Cup Fans, Players Remember Arnold PalmerHazeltine flags reflect the sadness and heavy hearts. The international golf family has lost a world legend.
Family Mourning Lakeville Woman Hit, Killed In Motorcycle Hit-And-RunA Lakeville family is remembering the strength of their 24-year-old daughter, a former Army private who was killed in a tragic crash near her home.
100 Million Could Watch The 1st Presidential DebateAbout 130 million people voted in the last presidential election, and 100 million could watch Monday night’s debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Hazeltine Preparing For Massive Ryder Cup CrowdsOne day ahead of the first practice round of Ryder Cup Tournament, crowds are already beginning to form at Hazeltine Golf Club.
MSP Rolls Out The Welcome Mat For Ryder Cup TravelersA quarter of a million people are gathering in Chaska for the Ryder Cup golf tournament this week.
Kylie's Kids: Meet JaceBack to school is a time for excitement, new beginnings, new lessons. One metro school got an extra lesson about cancer this year. When Kylie's Kid, Jace, started first grade, his parents wanted to make sure all his friends understood why he looked a little different from last year.