Banners Posted Across Lake Calhoun SignsA number of signs around Lake Calhoun were altered on Wednesday to obscure the name of the recently controversial Minnesota historical figure. John C. Calhoun was a former war department secretary who helped bring Fort Snelling to Minnesota.
For Vikings Linebacker, Charleston Shooting Hit Close To HomeWhen a gunman shot and killed nine people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina in June, Vikings Linebacker Edmond Robinson found himself grieving.
Black Journalists Discuss Race In AmericaFor the first time in its 40-year history, the National Association of Black Journalists is holding its yearly convention in Minneapolis. More than 1,500 members of NABJ are expected to show up at the Minneapolis Convention Center. They include TV and print journalists, as well as journalism students from across the country.
How-To Guide For Traveling AloneIf you're thinking of taking a trip on your own, you might be surprised just how easy and enjoyable it can be.
Vacation Guide To Charleston, South CarolinaWant to take a trip to "The Best City In America?" Check out this vacation guide to Charleston, South Carolina from Mary Alice Monroe, author of "The Summer's End."
Target Pulls Confederate Soldier CostumeTarget Corporation has removed a Confederate officer costume from sales on its website in the aftermath of the murders at a black Charleston, South Carolina church last week.
Charleston Massacre Renews Calls To Rename Lake CalhounProvoked because of the horror in Charelston, some people here in Minnesota are petitioning to change the name of a popular Minneapolis lake.
4 Things To Know For June 21, 2015Here’s what you need to know for Sunday.
Mpls. Pastor: Charleston Tragedy About Evil, Not RacePastor David Keaton says the massacre in South Carolina has been at the forefront of conversations inside Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Minneapolis. He says some members are using social media to vent and pray.
4 Things To Know: Bud Kraehling Celebration, 'Ghostbusters' Pics & MoreFrom the first court appearance in the South Carolina church massacre to a celebration of a former longtime WCCO weatherman's life, here are the four stories to know for Friday, June 19.
Minnesota Holds Vigil To Mourn With CharlestonOn Thursday night, people in Minnesota -- and the rest of the country -- tried to understand a massacre that happened in a church in South Carolina. Nine people were killed during bible study class.
White Gunman Caught In Killing Of 9 In Historic Black ChurchAn intense manhunt was underway Thursday for a young white man who joined a prayer meeting and then opened fire inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston, killing nine people, including the pastor. Authorities called it a hate crime.