Compromise Talks Stall Out, Dayton Vetoes BillsWith the clock ticking down on the 2018 legislative session, the Minnesota Legislature looks like it is heading towards "crash and burn."
St. Paul's Push For A More Diverse Fire DepartmentSt. Paul's Fire Department is looking for more women to join its crew.
Protesters Rally At MOA Over Controversial Police TrainingA law enforcement training session designed to teach cops to deal with justified, deadly-force situations is coming under fire.
Mpls. Activist’s Murder Remains Unsolved; Enhanced Reward OfferedMinneapolis police and CrimeStoppers have teamed up to offer an enhanced reward in the death of a community activist, who was gunned down in front of his mother’s front door in early April.
Twin Cities Mayors Help Launch Final Four Reading InitiativeThe Final Four is coming to Minneapolis in 2019, and the NCAA is pushing a statewide reading initiative.
National Sports Center Seeks Funding For Lightning SensorsBlaine's National Sports Center is looking for lightning sensors for early detection that could help save lives.
Interstate 94 Closures To Challenge Mpls. DriversRoad and ramp closures could make it difficult getting in and out of downtown Minneapolis this weekend.
Earle Brown Terrace Residents Face 45-Day Removal Over ClosurePeople at a Brooklyn Center assisted living facility are being forced out because the building is being sold.
Families Scrambling After Assisted Living Facility Announces ClosureA Brooklyn Center assisted living facility is telling its residents they have 44 days to move.
'It's About Doing What's Right': North Mpls. Community Rallies For Justice In Unsolved MurdersA community is coming together to bring attention to the unsolved murders in the city of Minneapolis.
Residents Return Home Following Refinery Explosion, FireAbout 40,000 residents are getting back to their homes after a refinery explosion and fire forced them to evacuate in northwestern Wisconsin Thursday.
After Latest Murder, Mpls. Leaders Call For Gunfire To StopGun violence continues to plague neighborhoods across Minneapolis.