Minneapolis To Hire 6 'Influencers' To Spread City-Approved Messaging To Public During Derek Chauvin TrialSome activists and legal experts are concerned about this decision by the council.
Minnesota's Budget Forecast Takes A Major TurnThe economic forecast detailed Friday represents nearly a $3 billion swing from the December estimate.
Friday Fish Frys Adjust To Pandemic TimesDuring the Lenten season, which are the weeks leading up to Easter, many Catholics don't eat meat on Fridays.
M Health Fairview's Volunteer Effort Crucial To Vaccine DistributionVolunteers have answered the call to help in the vaccination distribution process in a big way. When M Health Fairview asked for volunteers, more than 2,100 people responded, including Lisa Nasseff.
Friday Is Declared Tyler Johnson DayHennepin County is recognizing Tyler Johnson tonight by lighting up the Lowry Avenue Bridge in Minneapolis.
Until Kids Can Get Vaccinated, Families With Vulnerable Children Stuck In LimboIf all goes well, it will still be many months before COVID-19 vaccines are available for kids.
Man Arrested For Fatal Shooting At St. Paul SaloonSt. Paul police announced Friday that a man was arrested in connection to a shooting earlier this week that left one woman injured and a man dead.
Man Seriously Hurt After Being Struck By Car In St. PaulA man was seriously injured Thursday night after being struck by a driver in St. Paul.
Minnesota DNR Reminds Fish House Owners of Approaching Removal DeadlineThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding anglers of the approaching fish house removal deadline.
Fit February: A 'Five-A-Day' For Improving Mental HealthWhen it comes to nutrition, many people try to get five servings a day of fruits and vegetables. Now, a behavioral psychologist is recommending that people try five small servings a day of things to reduce their stress and improve their mental health.
Man Killed In Single-Car Crash In South MinneapolisAn investigation is underway following a fatal crash early Friday morning in south Minneapolis.
Where Does Minnesota's Power Come From?Minnesota's biggest electric utilities - Xcel Energy and Minnesota Power - have pledged to go carbon-free by 2050.
Thieves Target High-End Liquor In Downtown Mpls. Restaurant BurglariesA handful of restaurants along Marquette and Hennepin avenues say they've been burglarized in the last week.
How Do Minnesota's Vaccination Efforts Stack Up To Other States?Some say other states seem to be vaccinating families faster and wonder how Minnesota stacks up.
Minnesota Baking Influencers Are On The RiseSince the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, baking has never been hotter.