Protesters, Castile Family Upset That St. Anthony Officer Back On The JobPhilando Castile was killed during a traffic stop in July. The officer responsible, Jeronimo Yanez, returned to work Wednesday.
Minnesota State Fair To Now Check Bags At All Entry GatesMinnesota State Fair officials on Tuesday announced a major expansion in its security program for this year's fair.
Couple Who Fought, Beat Colon Cancer Now Looking To AdoptBob and Chris Bade met in high school, dated in college, and married after graduation, but their plans for a family came to a halt when Chris was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer.
Mpls. Family: We Live In Fear Due To Daily ShootingsSeven people, most of them innocent bystanders, have been shot within a 24-hour period in Minneapolis.
Charges: Mpls. Man Murdered Neighbor Over Broken LawnmowerA 61-year-old Minneapolis man was charged Thursday with the murder of his neighbor over a broken lawnmower, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Somali-American Woman, Who Once Lived In Refugee Camp, Gets DFL Nod For State Rep.Minnesota could make history by electing the nation's first Somali-American lawmaker this fall.
Parkettes Asking For Respect From The VikingsA group of women who cheered for the Minnesota Vikings for 20 years are being snubbed by the organization they represented.
Summer Camp In The Heart Of MinneapolisThe Loppet Adventure Camp held at Theodore Wirth Park in north Minneapolis brings young people together.
MPD, Mayor Say New Police Changes Focus On Defusing ConflictsThe Minneapolis Police Department has announced four policy changes aimed at defusing conflicts between officers and the public that can turn deadly.
Serial Burglar Arrested In Coon RapidsA man suspected of breaking into at least 50 homes is back behind bars.
Mpls. Officers Donate Bike To Boy Who Lost His In AssaultA 10 year-old boy is smiling again because of a pair of caring Minneapolis police officers.
Minneapolis Celebrates 33rd 'National Night Out'This year's National Night Out in Minneapolis is on par to be one of the most successful yet. It is the 33rd year for Minneapolis, and the city has more than 1,500 parties planned.