Bill Passes To Display 'In God We Trust' In Tennessee SchoolsThe measure requires schools to display the motto in a prominent location, either as a plaque, artwork, or in some other form.
Could Fining Parents Help Crack Down On Bullying?Across the country, cities and states are looking at ways to better crack down on bullying and one state could soon punish the parents of bullies.
After Charges Filed, MPD Conducting Internal Probe Into Damond ShootingAn internal probe by the Minneapolis Police Department into the shooting of Justine Damond is now in motion, according to a police representative.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsAs we transition from winter to spring, your hobbies may change as well. We are embarking on riding and running season.
Reality Check: Will Minnesota Pass Any New Gun Laws?In the Minnesota House and Senate, there are currently 26 separate bills pending that restrict guns or aim to curb gun violence.
Are Headlights Getting Brighter?Most cars used to have yellowish, halogen headlights. Now, lots of car makers have switched to whiter, high-intensity lights.
In Damond Shooting Trial, A Tough Prosecution AheadThis is believed to be only the second time an on-duty officer has been charged in a shooting in Minnesota.
After 1st Court Appearance, Noor Posts Bond, Is Released From JailAfter being charged with murder in the shooting of Justine Damond, former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor made his first court appearance Wednesday, when his bail was set.
Officials To Turn Over Prince Investigative Files To FamilyThe siblings and their attorneys must keep the information confidential, or could be held in contempt of court, the agreement says.
Bloomington Fire Dept. Rescues Dog That Fell Through Thin IceA family pet is now safe, dry, and warm after falling through the ice and into a pond thanks to a firefighter from the Bloomington Fire Department.
Totino-Grace Seniors Marvel In Engineering SuccessStep into the classroom, where Totino-Grace students are engineering answers to life’s everyday problems.
Dayton Names Thissen Among State Supreme Court Finalists Former gubernatorial candidate and Democratic state Rep. Paul Thissen was named as one of four finalists for a Minnesota Supreme Court vacancy on Wednesday, raising the specter of Gov. Mark Dayton naming another partisan figure to the state's highest court.