Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he’s seen video recorded on the night a black man was shot by a Minneapolis police officer, but that the footage is inconclusive.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension confirmed Tuesday that 24- year-old Jamar Clark is dead. He was shot by Minneapolis police officers during a struggle while they were responding to a call of a woman being assaulted.
A 44-year-old Minneapolis man is charged with allegedly sexually assaulting a vulnerable female adult while working as a metro mobility driver, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office.
After its reveal at the Xcel Energy Center during the Minnesota Wild game Tuesday night, the More Than Names flag was on display during the official state of Minnesota Veterans Day program. Community members celebrated and honored Veterans who have served our country.
A review of policy and procedures at St. Cloud Hospital says the suspect who shot and killed a sheriff’s deputy last month was not properly monitored. The Federal Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services issued the report after finding St Cloud Hospital out of compliance.
Railway crews spent Sunday taking ethanol from derailed train cars after more than 20,000 gallons leaked into the Mississippi River. The derailment happened Saturday, two miles north of the town of Alma, Wis. Some of the 25 derailed cars were carrying ethanol.
It is “Orange Friday.” That means in just a few hours, more than half a million Minnesotans will head to the outdoors for the opening of deer hunting season. It is a long-standing Minnesota tradition. The Department of Natural Resources says it expects this year’s deer harvest to be relatively low, between 140,000 and 155,000 deer.
Four years ago, there were 67 students enrolled at Minneapolis North High School, and the school was in danger of closing. Now, there are more than 300 students and 90 percent of the senior class is expected to graduate on time.
A fight between a customer and overnight manager at McDonalds is caught on camera. The beat down happened early Tuesday morning in the drive thru at the restaurant on Stinson Boulevard in Minneapolis.
One of the fastest growing areas of the Twin Cities is experiencing growing pains. A school district and a brew pub both hope to expand on the same block in Blaine
Five people in Hennepin County overdosed on heroin Thursday, according to a group battling overdoses and addictions. That prompted the Steve Rummler Hope Foundation to host emergency training Saturday.
The Twin Cities Film Fest is bringing social awareness to the community. Its “Changemaker Series” is highlighting the issue of youth homelessness. The festival partnered with YouthLink to help viewers walk a mile in the shoes of someone experiencing homelessness.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was in town today to talk about the future of affordable housing in Minneapolis.
A 21-year-old Inver Grove Heights man is accused of driving drunk in a crash that killed a woman last Saturday, according to charges filed Tuesday by the Dakota County Attorney’s Office. Nicholas Anthony Indehar was charged with two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide in connection with the incident.
Hundreds of people are paid their respects Thursday in Aitkin for a sheriff’s investigator killed in the line of duty. Aitkin County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven Sandberg, 60, was guarding patient Danny Hammond at St. Cloud Hospital Sunday when the man grabbed his service pistol and fatally shot him.
Officials in Chisago County say a 14-year-old Rush City High School student was airlifted to a hospital on Tuesday after collapsing outside while in gym class.
Gun violence in Minneapolis has many who live in the line of fire speaking out. Residents say it’s time to take back the streets, and some say it begins at home.
The Waseca teenager accused of plotting to kill his family and blow up his school was sentenced Monday to a 10-year stayed prison sentence and 10 years of intense supervised probation.
It was a celebration fit for champions. The Minnesota Lynx held their victory parade Friday after winning the WNBA title Wednesday night for the first time on their home court. Lynx fans lined Hennepin Avenue for a chance to celebrate with the champs.
The Red Wing City Council is reconsidering a resolution that would make attacks on police officers a hate crime. After an outcry on social media, city leaders are promising to take another look, this time with public input.
For Lynx fans, this Is the moment they’ve been waiting for — a chance to capture a WNBA championship at home.
Fire investigators said Monday they believe the mother of three children killed in a north Minneapolis fire was not home when it started. The fire that claimed the lives of 6-year-old Latorious, 5-year-old Latoria and 23-month-old Latorianna has been ruled accidental.
The University of Minnesota approved a $166-million sports facility for its athletics department and 725 athletes Friday morning.
A 19-year old Washington State man is charged with using social media to control a 13-year-old Stillwater girl. Law officials say the crime is straight out of the book “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
A Maple Grove man is facing charges for engaging in prostitution with a minor, according to Washington County officials.