After Orono Lockdown, Parents Grapple With Social Media's RoleSince the incident at Orono High School, families have had the chance to digest what happened, while also being aware that it could happen again.
After Florida Shooting, Students More Alert To Peers, Possible ThreatsPolice said there is proof that students and parents have a heightened awareness to possible threats after last week’s deadly shooting at a Florida high school.
Minn. Man Raising Money To Send Students To 'March For Our Lives'In a matter of hours, Joe Campbell's mission to spark change is building steam.
MnDOT Prepping For Messy Presidents Day WeatherPreparing for a mixed bag of winter weather can be difficult for public works departments as well as MnDOT.
Minnesotans Who Rely On Medicaid Fear Trump's Proposed CutsThe proposal would cut hundreds of billions of dollars to Medicaid over the next decade. Roughly one in five Minnesotans relies on the program for medical treatment or care.
Local Businesses Banking On Wolves Big SeasonSuccess on the court for the Minnesota Timberwolves has been breeding success all around it.
Stolen Dogs Returned To Twin Cities CoupleA Twin Cities couple that had their car stolen -- with their two dogs still inside -- finally had their pets returned Monday night.
With Flu Getting Worse, Klobuchar Calling For More Vaccine ResearchPulling up to emergency room doors has been a consistent site for sick Minnesotans this year, even for medical professionals.
Super Bowl Is Over; What’s Next For Minneapolis?From the Nicollet Mall to U.S. Bank Stadium, tourism experts feel the possibilities are endless thanks to the success of Super Bowl LII.
Super Bowl Fans Flood The Streets In Downtown MinneapolisAfter a desperately close game, The Philadelphia Eagles are the champions of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.
Celebs Party Hard At Super Bowl EventsFriday was night two of late night Super Bowl festivities, with more parties and concerts all across the Twin Cities.
Super Bowl Live On Nicollet Mall Filled With SecurityThe 10-day event spans six blocks, featuring dozens of activities, food tents and trucks, and shops.