It’s during these first weeks of Spring staff and volunteers at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville gets a rush of patients.
The shooting death of Jamar Clark by Minneapolis police has sparked a movement of change.
It is time for Minnesotans to head back into the cone zone. Road construction season is here, and MnDOT has lots of projects it hopes to start or complete in 2016.
Incidents involving guns are increasing across Minneapolis. Since the beginning of the year more than 65 people have been shot, that’s a more than 90 percent increase over this time last year.
A group of mostly white supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement protested outside the Twins Home Opener today.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the world’s smallest pacemaker, which is manufactured by Medtronic.
U.S. Bank Stadium is looking to fill 3,000 jobs before the doors open in June. The organization is looking to fill those positions by seeking out communities of color, the homeless and highly-mobile people.
Black Lives Matter and the Minneapolis NAACP demand a reopening of the Jamar Clark Case and the appointment of a special prosecutor.
RayAnn Hayes insists Jamar Clark did not beat her the night of Nov. 15, 2015. “First they’re saying that I said he didn’t do it, then it says on page 12 it she did do it. What do you mean?” Hayes said.
The woman with Jamar Clark the night police shot and killed him is telling her story in a WCCO exclusive.
Teto Wilson, a witness to the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark, says he never saw the 24-year-old in the sort of struggle with police that Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman described Wednesday as he outlined why charges wouldn’t be brought against the two Minneapolis officers involved in the shooting.
Outrage is the word used by members of the Minneapolis NAACP over comments made by Harteau.
Investigators hope the public can help them find the driver of a pickup truck who hit an Eagan cyclist and drove off. Bryan Joas, 45, is in critical condition after he was struck on a rural Dakota County.
Police arrested 38-year-old Aaron Yashinsky following the robbery of the U.S. Bank on East Lake Street Friday afternoon. Investigators say they used video to follow him across the street to an apartment.
One man is dead after a car crashed into two trees and a house in Richfield Sunday morning. According to the Richfield Police Department, just before 3 a.m. a Richfield police officer noticed a Dodge Caravan mini-van crash into a stop sign at 62nd Street and Bloomington Avenue.
The family of a Columbia Heights man killed by police renewed their call for charges against the officer involved on Saturday.
The Minneapolis Police Department is looking back at the pioneers who helped diversify their department.
Authorities said a teenage boy was stabbed and two teenagers were taken into custody after a fight broke out in front of a Twin Cities-area high school following a basketball game.
The Minnesota health department reports that the flu is now widespread in the state. Ninety-four people were hospitalized two weeks ago, and another 74 were admitted this past week.
Minnesota Republicans turned out in record numbers to caucus Tuesday night. More than 111,000 people voted in the Republican caucus. That is nearly double the number of voters that cast a ballot in the previous caucus in 2008.
Groundwater contamination is a rapidly growing concern among Minnesota scientists. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency said up to 60 percent of groundwater monitoring wells sampled in central Minnesota are contaminated with nitrate.
We’re getting the first look at Minnesota United’s new stadium in St. Paul. The team, designers and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman released the designs for the Midway/Snelling facility Wednesday afternoon.
Minneapolis police are investigating after three banks in south Minneapolis were robbed in just six days. Police believe it was one man who pulled off all three crimes.
Hundreds of non-union workers took to Minneapolis streets Thursday morning to protest for fair wages. They were joined by supporters from the community, asking corporations to do their part in ending the racial and economic disparities in Minnesota.
St. Paul teachers, parents and community allies staged a walk-in Wednesday morning in support of public education.