Elizabeth Warren Hosts Town Hall At St. Paul's Macalester CollegeOne of the top presidential candidates hoping to earn the Democratic nomination is talking with voters in St. Paul Monday night in a town hall at Macalester College.
$4,000 Worth Of Rescue Equipment Stolen During St. Paul Fire TrainingCapt. Mike Aspnes says should there be a major emergency, the city will now be less prepared to help.
Onward & Upward For Gopher Volleyball Team After Sweet Sixteen UpsetWhen you achieve the level of success -- and consistent success -- that the Gopher volleyball program has, you don't rest on the past.
Hmong Farmers Feed Twin Cities Produce DemandOf the 17 families who currently tend the soil, they will grow roughly half of all produce that is sold in Twin Cities area farmers markets. In addition, their flowers, fruits and vegetables supply 144 area schools and many local institutions.
New Stillwater Prison Warden Guy Bosch Says 'Safe & Secure' Facility Is 'Priority One'A new man is now in charge of the Minnesota prison where a corrections officer lost his life last summer. Joseph Gomm died after an inmate attacked him inside the Stillwater prison.
'I Couldn't Do Anything About It': Investigation Underway After N. Mpls. Family Alleges Police BrutalityTammy Squalls says she never thought her loved ones would be hurt by the very people she called for help.
Headaches, Long Lines Over Remodeling At MSP's Terminal 1Big security changes begin Monday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib Discuss Travel RestrictionsTlaib and Omar are known as supporters of "boycott, divestment and sanctions," or BDS, a Palestinian-led global movement.
Bicyclist, 72, Killed After Being Ejected From Bike In WisconsinWitnesses said that the man rode his bicycle onto rumble strips along the highway. He lost control of the bicycle and went into a ditch, where he was ejected.
Jonell Butler Sentenced To 16 Years For Robbery Spree, Shooting MusicianA Minneapolis man charged in connection with a string of robberies and the shooting of a local musician was sentenced to 16 years in prison, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Monday.
Minnesota Politicians Speak Out After Planned Parenthood Exits Title XAccording to Mayor Jacob Frey, about 15,000 patients are served by Title X-funded Planned Parenthood in Minneapolis, and roughly half of them rely on the funding.
New Guidelines For Rebates Follow Scrutiny Of Fallon AwardMinnesota's film and TV production incentive program is changing after questions were raised about past awards, including $267,000 for Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show."
Man Shot, Killed On The East Side Of St. PaulA man who was found shot in the chest on the east side of St. Paul Monday morning has died, according to the St. Paul Police Department.
Burnsville Woman Accused Of Drinking, Taking Pills While BabysittingPolice found the 6-month-old girl with bruises on her cheek, abdomen and arm.
Mechanical Engineering Building At University Of Minnesota Reopens After 'Minor Fire'The mechanical engineering building at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus has reopened following a minor fire that caused it to close Monday morning.