Wisconsin Republicans Say Vice President Harris Should Be At The Border, Not Milwaukee Campus Vice President Kamala Harris planned to tour clean energy laboratories on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus Tuesday during her first Wisconsin visit since taking office.
Minneapolis Police Say Missing 2-Year-Old Child Found Safe Near Syracuse, N.Y.Minneapolis police say a missing 2-year-old they believe was possibly abducted by her older sister has been found safe.
COVID In Minnesota: Close To 2 Million Have Completed Vaccine SeriesIn total, the state has administered 4,391,066 doses of vaccine. As of this point, 87% of those 65 or older have received at least one dose.
Charges: Anthony Goose Had Revoked License, Was Drunk When He Ran Over 1-Year-Old Niece With SUV, Killing HerA 28-year-old Walker man is accused of fleeing the scene after drunkenly backing over his 1-year-old niece with his SUV -- killing her, according to charges filed in Cass County.
Police In Annandale Address Concerns Over ClownPolice say that a number of residents have reported an individual dressed as a clown, and they are continuing to monitor the situation.
House Republicans Call For Gov. Walz To Set Parameters For Ending Emergency PowersRepublicans in Minnesota’s House of Representatives are calling for Gov. Tim Walz to set a date or provide clear metrics for the end of the peacetime emergency, which the state has been under since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Love Is Much More Powerful Than Hate': Moorhead Muslim Community Forgives Man Accused Of Spray-Painting Hate Messages On Mosque The man accused of spray-painting hate messages on a Moorhead mosque is being inviting by the area’s Muslim community to visit the building.
Derek Chauvin Juror Brandon Mitchell's Participation In D.C. March Could Help Appeal, Legal Experts SayA picture of a juror in the Derek Chauvin trial posted on social media has some legal experts saying it could help in an appeal.
'Kickoff To Summer' Walk-Around Event Coming To The Fairgrounds Over Memorial Day WeekendMinnesota State Fair officials announced Tuesday a “Kickoff to Summer” walk-around event at the fairgrounds over Memorial Day weekend.
Love Working From Home? Here's How To Make It LastAs offices reopen, many workers don’t want to get back to the pre-pandemic grind.
What Is Qualified Immunity? And Why Do Some Want It Removed?A person who feels an officer violated their rights, such as police brutality, must find an identical case to prove what the officer did to them was wrong. Otherwise, the officer gets qualified immunity.
'We're Lucky No One's Gotten Hit': Parents Plead For Change To Crosswalk Outside Apple Valley Middle SchoolParents at a Twin Cities middle school are pleading for changes to a crosswalk before a child gets hurt or killed.
Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal Of Dan Rassier's Lawsuit Against Jacob Wetterling InvestigatorsAn appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit against Stearns County and investigators in the Jacob Wetterling case filed by a man who authorities publicly named as a person of interest in the boy's disappearance.
As Walz Weighs Easing More Restrictions, Vaccination Rates Vary Across Minnesota CountiesGov. Tim Walz said this week he will announce loosening more COVID-19 restrictions as vaccinations continue to rise, but some counties are significantly outpacing others in getting as many eligible people in their community vaccinated as possible, even with more vaccine widely available.
10% Of Osakis High School's Class Of '21 Joins National GuardA group of seniors in a central Minnesota town are joining forces for life after high school.