Mall Of America Unveils Park Assist Program Ahead Of Holiday Shopping SeasonThe Mall of America unveiled its new parking guidance system in time for the holiday shopping season.
After A Frigid Start To The Workweek, A Warm Up Is ComingMinnesotans waking up Monday could have been forgiven for thinking it was late December, with temperatures in the teens and subzero wind chills.
Man In Custody After Fatal Plymouth ShootingA man is dead after a shooting happened late Sunday night in Plymouth.
Vote For Minnesota's Best Small TownThe Danish concept of "Hygge" stresses coziness, comfort and contentment.
Trial Set For Man Charged In Apartment StabbingsA Minnesota man is set to face trial in May for allegedly fatally stabbing two of his neighbors at a Salvation Army apartment building.
Wisconsin District Investigating Photo Showing Apparent Nazi SaluteSchool officials in central Wisconsin have denounced a photo, which appeared on Twitter over the weekend, showing dozens of high school boys posing with a Nazi salute.
Death Toll Climbs To 31 In Historic California WildfiresThe death toll from wildfires ravaging both ends of California has risen to at least 31 after the remains of several more people were found Sunday.
What's Open, What's Closed For Veterans Day ObservanceVeterans Day fell on Sunday, and that means that Monday is a postal holiday. As such, U.S. Postal Service offices will be closed, and mail won’t be delivered.
Talking Points: Gov.-Elect Tim Walz On Gas Tax, Gun ControlLast year, the Minnesota Capitol was marred by gridlock as Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton clashed with legislative leaders in the GOP-controlled House and Senate.

Politics

Talking Points: Gov.-Elect Tim Walz On Gas Tax, Gun ControlLast year, the Minnesota Capitol was marred by gridlock as Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton clashed with legislative leaders in the GOP-controlled House and Senate.
Election Brings Divided Power Back To Minnesota's CapitolMinnesota voters shook up who's in charge at the state Capitol in the midterm elections but there's one constant: divided government.
St. Paul City Council Member Dai Thao Cleared In Ballot DisputeA St. Paul city council member has been cleared of charges related to an incident when he helped a woman vote for him. The Pioneer Press reports that the verdict written by a Ramsey County District Court judge found that Dai Thao translated for a Hmong woman with the "full knowledge" of election judges and it wasn't until after the ballot was cast that he was told he could not help the voter in any way.
Alan Page To Receive Presidential Medal Of FreedomPresident Donald Trump has announced his first recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and they include a former Minnesota Viking who served on the state's Supreme Court for 22 years, the wife of a major Republican Party donor, the longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history, Elvis Presley and Babe Ruth.
Republican Rep. Kurt Daudt Elected As House Minority LeaderMinnesota House Republicans have chosen Kurt Daudt as Minority Leader after a caucus meeting Friday morning.
Trump Signs Proclamation Denying Migrant AsylumPresident Donald Trump has signed a proclamation to deny asylum to migrants who enter the United States illegally through the U.S.-Mexico border.

Crime

Man In Custody After Fatal Plymouth ShootingA man is dead after a shooting happened late Sunday night in Plymouth.
Trial Set For Man Charged In Apartment StabbingsA Minnesota man is set to face trial in May for allegedly fatally stabbing two of his neighbors at a Salvation Army apartment building.
ME Identifies Man Killed By Shakopee Police As James HanchettAuthorities have identified a man shot and killed by police in the southwest Twin Cities metro late Friday night.
Family IDs Victim Of Deadly Shakopee Police Shooting As James HanchettThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is now investigating two Twin Cities officer-involved shootings in the last 24 hours. The most recent happened just after 11 p.m. Friday in Shakopee. Officers responded to a fire alarm call on the 800 block of Apgar Street. As they approached the house, police say they were met by a man holding a handgun.
Researchers: Suicidal Behavior Precedes Mass Shootings, But No Real PatternHamline University hosted a presentation on mass shooters Friday night. Hamline assistant professor Dr. Jillian Peterson and Dr. James Densley from Metropolitan State University spoke about their research study. Along with a team of Hamline students, they created a database of 150 mass shooters, based on 50 life variables.
MPD: Man Shot By Officer In Minneapolis Has DiedThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is investigating after a man was shot and killed by police. Just before 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, someone called 911 from the 3700 block of Morgan Avenue North about a person reportedly in an emotional crisis.