Mpls., St. Paul Traffic Stops Down Since Philando Castile's DeathSince Philando Castile was shot and killed by a St. Anthony police officer, statistics show the state's largest police departments are making fewer traffic stops.
Hastings Vet Under Scrutiny Again After Dog Loses LegMore Minnesota families are coming forward with complaints about a veterinarian that a WCCO investigation first exposed for burning a dog so badly that it died.
Records: It Cost $77K To Consider Charges In Jamar Clark InvestigationBefore the death of Philando Castile it was another black man shot a dozen miles away making headlines eight months ago.
Officer Recounts Rescue Of Suicidal TeenA Twin Cities teenager stood on a ledge; ready to jump onto the interstate below. A 911 caller first spotted her. Two officers knew the severity from the start.
Dollars and Sense Owner Says He's Victim Of Embezzler, Justice SystemYou've likely seen the coupon magazine Dollars and Sense in the mail before, but you won't read about this next story when you take a look inside.
Officer Who Shot Philando Castile Underwent 23 Hours Of Training In 2016This year, Officer Jeronimo Yanez completed active shooter, use of force and de-escalation training -- 23 hours in total.
Video Of Philando Castile's Shooting Death Shocks The WorldThe video of Philando Castile's deadly traffic stop had been seen by thousands within two hours of the Facebook post.
Veterinarian Suspended Again After Botched TreatmentA WCCO Investigation first exposed questionable care by a Minnesota veterinarian after burning a dog so badly it died. Now that vet's license is suspended due to another care complaint.
Minn. Camp Fosters 'Strong, Spirited' Young WomenSummer is camp season, and there is a long list for kids to choose from -- whether it is for a sport, horseback riding or hiking. But in northern Minnesota, they are focused on self-esteem.
Photo Exhibit Highlights St. Paul's 'Invisible People'A Twin Cities photographer hopes his pictures start a different kind of conversation about an often hidden population. Chris LaFontaine visited St. Paul's bridges and river bluffs to see for himself how the homeless live.
Minneapolis Could Take Abandoned Home From TV Star Nicole CurtisMinneapolis may take back an abandoned house after city leaders say a reality TV star failed to fix it up.
No Felony Charges For Driver In St. Paul's 1st Pedestrian Death Of The YearPolice consider it an epidemic in St. Paul, with 75 pedestrians struck by cars so far this year, but charging the drivers for doing anything wrong is a challenge.

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