Harteau Disappointed After Mayor Rejects Her North Side Inspector PickMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
State Patrol Cracks Down On Construction Zone SpeedingMore than 200 active work zones are scheduled throughout the state of Minnesota this construction season.
Leaders, Community Members In St. Paul 'Stand United' Against Gun ViolenceThe mayor and police chief in St. Paul Friday stood side by side with members of the community to speak out against gun violence.
For Many Minnesota Musicians, Prince's Music Brings Back Decades Of MemoriesFor those who can count themselves among Prince's inner circle, playing the music that made him a legend brings about mixed emotions.
Prince Fans From Around The Globe Flocking To MinnesotaMany have been taking in all the sights that have a connection to the Minnesota native who became an international icon.
Minneapolis Police Release Video Featuring Female Officers, Hoping To Boost RecruitmentThe first female police chief in Minneapolis is making a push to increase the number of women in the department.
Illinois Man's Family Suing St. Paul, Officers In Fatal ShootingThe family of a man shot and killed by St. Paul police announced Thursday a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city and the officers.
Popular Mpls. Lunch Spot Warns Of Shortchanging ScamA popular Minneapolis lunch spot is warning fellow restaurants of a scam – and they say the proof is on camera.
Advocates Call For More Fire Sprinklers In Minnesota HomesFirefighters across the country and in Minnesota are fighting to make sure every new home has a fire sprinkler system.
Legendary St. Paul Night Club Arnellia's To Close As Owner Battles CancerAfter 25 years of bringing live music to the people who love it, a legendary St. Paul nightclub is closing its doors.
DNR Underlines Burn Restrictions After 2 Grass Fires In 1 DayA fast-moving grass fire hurt a man trying to burn a pile of leaves in Andover Friday morning. And another fire got away from a homeowner in Inver Grove Heights Friday afternoon.
St. Paul Officer Fired After K-9 Incident Will Return To WorkThe announcement comes the same day the St. Paul City Council approves a $2 million settlement for the man at the center of that arrest.