Community Group Asks Ind. Gov't Watchdog To Look Into Water Gremlin, MPCALegislative Auditor Jim Nobles has said he’ll begin his investigation in the coming weeks and expects to reveal his findings before the end of the year.
A Month Later, Victim Of Brutal Minneapolis Robbery Unable To Work, Drive A Car A relative of one of the victims of the brutal robberies in downtown Minneapolis this summer says her brother is still suffering from a concussion and unable to work or even drive a car.
Minnesota Gearing Up For A Future Full Of Electric CarsThe Minnesota Department of Transportation announced a new plan to make transit more environmentally friendly. High on the list: Getting more people in electric vehicles.
Driver Distracted By Pet Forgot To Put Car In Park And It Rolled Into The Red RiverAuthorities in northwestern Minnesota say a motorist was so distracted by a pet Thursday evening that they forgot to put their car in park and it rolled into a river.
Minnesota Weather: Dense Fog Advisory On The Border, Chance For Late Night Storms In NW MinnesotaFriday is shaping up to be another summer-like day in mid-September, with high humidity and the chance for severe storms.
'It's Unthinkable': St. Paul Police Say Armed Men Held Gun To Girl's Head, Pistol Whipped FatherSt. Paul police are investigating after two armed suspects assaulted a man and pointed a gun at his 9-year-old daughter.
'I Don't Want Other People To Suffer': Push For Changes On Hwy. 47 After St. Francis Students Hit By CarAn accident that seriously hurt two middle school girls is spurring major changes in an Anoka County town.
How Much Debt Do We Have?As the student debt crisis has topped headlines, credit card debt has been inching up as well. According to the Northwestern Mutual 2019 Planning & Progress Study, a quarter of millennials say credit cards are their main source of debt. So, how much debt do we have? Good Question.
TCE In Minnesota: Efforts To Phase Out CarcinogenThe neighborhood surrounding Water Gremlin in White Bear Township hadn't heard of TCE until they learned the manufacturing plant had released unsafe levels of the toxic chemical for more than 15 years.
Community Leaders: Terror Recruitment Appears To Be Down In MinnesotaBack in 2016, local terror recruiting was in the headlines often. Abdelhamid Al-Madioum had left behind his life in St. Louis Park the year before to join ISIS. Now, community leaders say it appears to be down dramatically.
Neighbors Rattled After Man Shot, Killed While Leaving St. Paul ChurchThe shooting marks the 20th homicide in the capital city this year, and the sixth in just 17 days.
St. Louis Park Parents Changing Up The Lunch Note TraditionNot even a month into the new school year and two St. Louis Park parents are making their kids feel special in a unique way.
Vikings Game 3 Is Anyone's Guess After Polar-Opposite PerformancesTwo games into the season, and your guess is as good as mine as to whether the Minnesota Vikings are good or not.
'This Bird Is Going To Be OK': Bald Eagle Injured In Fight Released Back Into WildA territorial fight between two bald eagles over the St. Croix River in July ended with one of the birds badly injured.
From Mexico To Minnesota: A Family's Tortilla Recipe Is Now Enjoyed By MillionsSeptember is National Hispanic Heritage month, and a Twin Cities family has a story that took them from a small kitchen to a big business.