Talking Points: Sanctuary Cities & Trump’s PresidencySeveral hundred people are expected to attend a meeting Sunday afternoon aimed at easing fears and putting out information in the Twin Cities Latino community about the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Shoreview Joins Cities Limiting Sale Of Flavored TobaccoIt's all part of an effort to curb the growing use of flavored tobacco among teenagers and even young kids.
Trump's Stance Against 'Sanctuary Cities' Could Cost Minnesota MillionsPresident-elect Donald Trump is doubling down on his threat to deport illegal immigrants, and to withhold federal grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities."
With Heinrich Sentenced, Wetterling Family Focusing On ThanksgivingThe day after a wrenching sentencing for Danny Heinrich, the attorney for the Wetterling family says they are looking forward to Thanksgiving.
Wetterling's Killer Gets 20 Years In PrisonDanny Heinrich, 53, is not being sentenced in the Wetterling case; he's being sentenced on a child pornography charge.
As Heinrich Sentencing Looms, Another Assault Victim Speaks OutMonday, Danny Heinrich, who admitted to kidnapping, sexually assaulting and murdering Jacob Wetterling, will be in court for sentencing.
Police: Customer Shoots Richfield Body Shop Owner, Flees OfficerA Richfield body shop owner is in the hospital after a disgruntled customer shot him during an argument Wednesday morning, according to police.
Presidential Election: 4 Reasons The Pundits Were WrongA couple of weeks ago after the third presidential debate, Esme Murphy predicted on WCCO Mid-Morning that the election was over and Donald Trump lost the election. Now, she gives four reasons why she thinks herself and the other pundits were wrong about the 2016 Presidential Election.
Angie Craig, Jason Lewis Ready For Tight Race In 2nd DistrictReal Clear politics has the race in the leaning Democratic column. The Cook political report has it in the toss-up category.
Veteran Who Survived Quadruple Amputation Speaks In Downtown Mpls.A 29-year-old Maine man who is one of only five U.S. military veterans to survive a quadruple amputation delivered an inspirational message in downtown Minneapolis Thursday.
Complaints Of Long Wait Times On 2nd Day Of MNsure EnrollmentFrustration continues for some as we enter the second day of enrollment for Minnesota's health care exchange.
Dayton, Daudt Will Meet To Discuss Rising Health Care CostsGov. Mark Dayton will meet with House Speaker Kurt Daudt Tuesday morning to talk about providing relief for those hardest hit by rising health care premiums.