What's The Law For Pedestrians, Drivers Crossing The Street?Starting Monday, St. Paul police are conducting a two-week crackdown on drivers who don't stop when they should.
Hastings 'Band Of Brothers': 25 Grads Heading To Armed ForcesTwenty five students from the 2018 senior class at Hastings High School are going into the military.
Brooklyn Park Girl's Runaway Case Reveals Home 'Unfit For Human Habitation'The search and safe discovery of a missing girl in Brooklyn Park has revealed a tumultuous home environment.
'Beyond An Epidemic': Meth Abuse Skyrocketing In Polk County, Wis.While opioid abuse has dominated the headlines, deputies say another drug in western Wisconsin is threatening the livelihood of everyone who lives there.
Authorities ID Pedestrian Killed In St. Paul CrashSt. Paul police have identified a man who died a day after being hit by a car in St. Paul.
Brooklyn Park Man Pleads Guilty To Stabbing Wife 30 TimesA 34-year-old Brooklyn Park man accused of stabbing his wife up to 30 times during an argument in front of their kids has pleaded guilty to charges.
Police: Bicyclist Hit By Vehicle In St. PaulAuthorities say a bicyclist was injured after being hit by a vehicle in St. Paul Monday night.
Richard Painter Ad Calls Trump Administration 'Dumpster Fire'Richard Painter's first campaign ad places him in front of a literal dumpster fire to describe what he says is happening in Washington.
11 Killed In MN's Deadliest Weekend On Roads Since 2016State officials said Monday that alcohol and drugs are likely factors in two of the crashes and four are related to speeding.
Duluth-Superior Area Roads Washed Away In FloodingSeveral roads are washed out or flooded in central Minnesota and northern Wisconsin after weekend storms dumped up to a foot of rain in some areas.
Police: Girl 11, In Police Custody After Running From Brooklyn Park HomeThe Brooklyn Park Police Department says the child went missing around 3 a.m. Monday.
City Plans Independent Probe Of Minneapolis Sedation CasesIn a statement, Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said, "The people of Minneapolis deserve transparency from their government."