An organization that fights to put an end to child prostitution and trafficking is getting help from taxi and ride share drivers.
We asked viewers where to find the best pho in Minnesota. You sent Reg Chapman to Quang in Minneapolis.
The “Roar-For-4” can be heard all over the Twin Cities as fans are gearing up for Game 5 of the WNBA Finals.
St. Paul Police are looking for the person taking books out of “Little Free Libraries” and selling them at book stores.
A new program to help find vulnerable adults and children in Minneapolis kicked off Tuesday.
Jodie Burchard-Risch pleaded guilty to felony assault, as part of a plea deal. She also admitted that the attack was motivated by bias.
Bob Dylan won the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature Thursday for expanding the poetic possibilities of music with a body of work that includes “Like a Rolling Stone,” ”Blowin’ in the Wind” and “Mr. Tambourine Man” — a stunning announcement that marked the first time the prestigious award was given to a musician.
Leticia Ocampo was hit by a car that police were chasing near her Burnsville home. Family and friends are looking for help to send her back to her native Honduras for burial.
Minnesota’s own Mint Condition will take the stage Thursday and perform songs that have Prince’s imprint all over them.
The Chanhassen City Council voted Monday night to grant Prince’s Paisley Park a temporary 12-day permit to operate as a museum.
Police say a shooting Sunday in south Minneapolis left a both man and an 8-month-old boy dead.
A judge handed down a guilty verdict Friday to a man charged with fatally shooting a law clerk in St. Paul earlier this year, according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office.
Thousands of people will take life-saving steps Saturday morning during the 11th annual Twin Cities Kidney Walk in Eagan.
An international sex trafficking organization responsible for transporting hundreds of women from Thailand for sex in U.S. cities has been dismantled.
Following two overnight shootings in downtown Minneapolis that left six people injured, Mayor Betsy Hodges said Monday that gun violence is unacceptable in the city and that she’s “sick of it.”
A date has been set for a vote amid the ongoing strike involving Allina Health and its nurses, one which could mean an end to the nearly four-week strike.
Just a week before Prince’s home opens to the public, a controversy is building among his faithful followers.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has turned over the findings from its investigation into the officer-involved shooting of Philando Castile to Ramsey County.
Heavy rains forced farmers inside last week, and there were only three suitable days for fieldwork because the ground is so wet.
The family of a man killed in a hit-and-run is looking for help in finding the person responsible. They are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
It was around 3 p.m. last Monday when Bob Ziemiecki says he was thrust him in the middle of a fight between high school girls.
A north Minneapolis mom is looking for community help to stop the violence before it claims another life.
More than 1,100 officers from agencies across the east metro were taught Thursday in St. Paul how to deal with large crowds, during emotionally charged protests.
Prince fans across the globe are waiting to hear if a tribute concert said to be held at U.S. Bank Stadium is going to happen.
Terry Olson — convicted in 2007 for the 1979 death of man in Buffalo –was released from a prison in Faribault Tuesday, according to his attorneys and the Innocence Project of Minnesota.