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.
Finding Minnesota: Landscape Arboretum LightsA new light installation is attracting a new crowd to the arboretum through the cold weather months.
Protester On Pipeline Decision: 'I Have Been Praying For This'Protesters in North Dakota scored a major victory Sunday afternoon after the Army Corps of Engineers, under the leadership of President Barack Obama, decided to explore re-routing the hotly-contested Dakota Access Pipeline.
'Sensitive Santa' Visits Kids At Northtown MallSanta was in what's considered a sensory-friendly environment, making it easier for children with autism and kids with disabilities to relax.
Winter Settling In Around Twin Cities As Holidays ApproachWe can't deny it any longer, winter is just about here. There's fresh snow on the ground and temperatures are expected to plummet this week.
Hugo Business Total Loss After FireAuthorities say a business north of the Twin Cities metro is a total loss after a fire early Sunday morning.
State Patrol: 151 Crashes Statewide After Overnight SnowThe Minnesota State Patrol says from 7 p.m. Saturday to just before noon Sunday, there were 151 crashes across the state.
2 Brothers Missing While Hunting Found In NE Minn.Authorities say two brothers have been rescued after going missing while hunting in northeastern Minnesota.
Feds Block Dakota Access Pipeline RouteU.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Man Shot In The Back On Mpls. Basketball Court Police say a man was shot in the back Sunday morning on a snowy basketball court in south Minneapolis.
Sunday’s Snow Won’t Stick Around, Cold Front Coming Minnesotans woke up Sunday morning to the surprise of a winter wonderland, with thick, wet snow blanketing the roads, sidewalks and tree branches.
Vets To Help Protesters, Not Clash With AuthoritiesTribal elders have asked the military veterans joining the large Dakota Access pipeline protest encampment not to have confrontations with law enforcement officials, an organizer with Veterans Stand for Standing Rock said Sunday, adding the group is there to help out those who've dug in against the four-state, $3.8 billion project.