Family Pleads For Dog's Safe Return After SUV Stolen Outside MOA HotelA southern Minnesota family is asking for help to find their dog, who was inside their car when someone stole it.
Ice Bars Are Heating Things Up In The Twin CitiesA new trend is getting people heading outside for an ice-cold drink.
Talking Points: How Will Democrats Pass A $1.9 Trillion Stimulus Package?Biden is calling for a dramatic expansion of the child tax credit. The plan calls for direct payment of $300 per month per child for children under six, and $250 a month per child per month for kids ages 6 to 17. In total, that is $3,600 a year for young kids, $3,000 a year for older kids.
Sheila E Announces Movie About Her Romance With PrincePrince fans are about to get a behind-the-scenes look at his love life.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow Emergencies Following Saturday SnowFollowing Saturday's snowstorm, both of the Twin Cities declared snow emergencies Sunday.
COVID In Minnesota: Nearly 1,200 New Cases, 32 More Deaths ReportedMinnesota health officials on Sunday reported 1,196 more cases of COVID-19 and 32 more deaths.
1 Hospitalized After Being Rescued From Burning St. Paul HomeA person was hospitalized Saturday night after St. Paul firefighters rescued them from a burning home.
Minnesota National Guard Soldiers Deployed For Inauguration Return HomeAbout 800 were in the nation's capitol to provide extra security and assistance during the presidential inauguration.
Educators Allowed To Get Vaccinated, But Limited Doses lead To Few Getting ShotsThe state was allotted 68,000 doses to give out this week. Of that, 6,000 doses were set aside for educators and child care center workers.
Groups Protest BCA Over 25-Year-Old Anthony Legato's Shooting DeathThe shooting was in October after Pine County deputies say they tried to stop Legato on Interstate 35 just south of Hinckley.
Minnesota Looks At Increasing Capitol Security In Wake Of Protests Over The Last YearDepartment of Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington said there were 117 protests or rallies at the capitol in 2020, which is about one every three days.
Changes To Process For 2nd Week Of COVID Vaccine Rollout For People 65+, EducatorsHealth officials tell us they're working to improve the scheduling system for next week. They say changes will be made before Tuesday when scheduling reopens again.
East Metro Collective Builds Tiny House Community For People Experiencing HomelessnessMore than 50,000 Minnesotans experience homelessness every year. The pandemic has made things worse. But one group is tackling the big problem in a small, but impactful way.
Early 2021 Minneapolis Crime Stats Show 250% Increase In Gunshot VictimsIt's still early in the year, but statistics show that crime is trending up in the city of Minneapolis.
Medical Community Works To Persuade Black Community To Take COVID VaccineEfforts are underway to stop the misinformation and get people prepared to take this life-saving vaccination.