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.
Minneapolis police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects involved in a fatal exchange of gunfire between rival gangs Wednesday evening.
Police in St. Paul are investigating after a 5-year-old girl was assaulted Monday morning as she waited at a bus stop.
Gas prices across the Twin Cities are slowly on the rise. Prices are up more than 10 cents from the end of April.
An increase in the number of police officers who patrol north Minneapolis has led to a decrease in gun violence.
As people around the world celebrate music icon Prince, his neighbors are figuring out how to honor him at home. The fence outside Paisley Park in Chanhassen has become a temporary memorial for the legendary Minnesotan.
Across the street from where Prince went to high school in south Minneapolis sits a custom T-shirt shop that is busy honoring the man and his music.
His Paisley Park complex alone is worth about $7 million, according to court documents filed Wednesday.
Recipients say when Prince gave he had only one request — don’t say anything about it.
Gun violence is a big problem on the streets of Minneapolis, and Police Chief Janee Harteau says she’s placing particular focus on city’s north side.
St. Paul continues to look at ways to stop gun violence in the city. Eighteen-year-old Rayvion Brooks became the third man charged in connection with the deadly shooting at Indian Mounds Regional Park this weekend. Prince Williams and Rashawn Porter also face charges.
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.