For six years, the West Broadway Farmers Market has done much more than supply local produce to people in north Minneapolis.
Sheriff Rich Stanek has applied for grants that will allow the Hennepin County Jail to offer services for the mentally ill like never before.
A grand jury has ruled that three Burnsville Police Officers were legally justified when they shot and killed a Chaska man.
The oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States was observed Saturday in Minneapolis.
A group of Twin Cities clergy are taking the lead to confront the violence that has plagued the metro area.
The Minnesota Lynx are proving why they’re the best in the WNBA. Tuesday night, they broke their own record for the longest start of an undefeated season.
Emergency managers at Hennepin County Medical Center say the hospital is as prepared as it can be for an incident involving mass casualties.
Minnesota’s attorney general is suing a magazine sales company alleging deceptive sales tactics. Lori Swanson filed a lawsuit Thursday that accuses Your Magazine Service Inc. and owner Wayne Dahl Jr. of charging people hundreds of dollars for magazine packages after tricking them into providing billing information.
One man is facing murder charges and two others are accused of aiding and abetting murder in the death of a Buffalo teenager last week in Wright County.
Franklin students can now focus on science, technology, engineering, arts and math courses — something parents say has made a difference for their children.
Every day in Minnesota a state trooper responds to a call for debris on the road. Most of that debris comes from the back of a pickup or flatbed trailer.
Only one of the defendants, 21-year-old Guled Omar, took the stand in his own defense.
When it comes to park systems, the competition is fierce between the Twin Cities. But it looks like Minneapolis edged St. Paul out this year for the nation’s top spot.
Video released of a police-involved shooting show the tense moments between officers and 45-year-old Michael Kirvelay. He was shot by officers after taking his sister hostage inside his family’s business in Columbia Heights last November.
A nationally recognized comedy club in the North Loop is worried new construction could mean the end of its 25-year run.
It looks like runners signed up to do the Minneapolis Marathon on June 5 will not be running in Minneapolis.
Two people are behind bars, accused of an attempted abduction in a St. Paul park.
One man is dead after a short police chase in north Minneapolis early Wednesday morning. According to Minneapolis police, around 2:10 a.m. officers noticed a vehicle weaving all over the road on the 3500 block of Penn Avenue.
The past weekend was one of the first where there were no shootings in Minneapolis.
Charges are expected Tuesday against an Eden Prairie man who is accused of stabbing his pregnant wife to death.
For the first time we’re hearing from one of the 10 men arrested in Minnesota for allegedly trying to join ISIS.
University of Minnesota police have issued a missing person alert for a 20-year-old who was last seen earlier this week.
Opening statements began Wednesday in a Minnesota terrorism trial involving three young Somali-American men accused of trying to join ISIS.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a woman is alive because of the quick actions of three good Samaritans.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating an officer-involved shooting in St. Paul Monday morning that left one man dead and a woman injured. The shooting happened at about 3:30 a.m. Monday near the intersection of Acker and Buffalo Streets in St. Paul’s Mt. Airy neighborhood.