Hastings Community Rallies In Support Of Child Outed As Transgender As Part Of School Board ElectionHastings community members rallied on Saturday afternoon to show their support for a school board chair and her child, who was recently outed as transgender during a school board election.
Some Winter Equipment In Short Supply As Snowfall Heads For MinnesotaAt Bryant Hardware in Minneapolis, you can wait until the need is there to buy sidewalk salt, but snow shovel supply is a bit more limited, due to worldwide supply chain problems.
How Minnesotans Can 'Winterize' Their Vehicles For Winter DrivingAs a winter storm rolls through, Minnesota roads are expected to be slick. Auto shops say a quick vehicle checkup could save you a big headache down the road.
Minnesota Weather: Winter Weather Advisory For Northern MN, Cold Temps To FollowA winter weather advisory is in place for areas north of the north metro until 7 a.m. Sunday for about 2-4 inches of snow.
Minnesota DNR Looking To Buy Black Spruce Pine ConesGot a lot of black spruce pine cones lying around the yard or nearby woods? The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will pay you for collecting them.
How Technology Can Help Police Track Down Stolen VehiclesThursday night, Minneapolis police said two young men robbed a woman at gunpoint and stole her Tesla in the Lowry Hill neighborhood. They later tracked down the vehicle and recovered the gun in south Minneapolis.
Minnesota Weather: 6+ Inches Of Snow Possible Up North Over The WeekendThe first weekend of December will bring a wintry blast to northern Minnesota, where residents could see their backyards turned into winter wonderlands, with over 6 inches of snow stacked up.
Minneapolis Students Walk Out Over High School's Handling Of Sexual Assault Allegations More than 100 students at Washburn High School walked out of class Friday to protest how the school is handling reports of a sexual assault.
A Reunion Four Decades In The MakingA Nebraska father returned to a Twin Cities hospital to thank two people who saved his life with what was then, a cutting-edge procedure.
'The Right Decision For Us': More Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Requiring Proof Of VaccinationThe Omicron variant has created a renewed push for people to get their vaccinations. Additionally, more places are now requiring you to show proof you've gotten your shots.
40 Years Later, 81-Year-Old Myrtle Cole's Brutal Murder Remains UnsolvedA quiet widow who hosted weekly Bible studies in a modest home without running water, Cole was strangled and stabbed after her killer broke through a window on Dec. 12, 1981.
'I'm Proud': Golden Valley Police Commander Becomes 1st Black Officer On Department's Command StaffA Golden Valley Police Commander is making history. Alice White is the first African American to serve on the department's command staff.
Minneapolis Police Seek Help Identifying Suspect In Fatal Northside ShootingThe Minneapolis Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect connected to a fatal shooting earlier this week on the city's north side.
Another Racist Video Involving Students Under Investigation At Prior Lake High SchoolPrincipal John Bezek sent a letter to parents Friday saying that the most recent video, which involves students from Prior Lake and another district, was reported to officials this week.
Federal Medical Teams Provide COVID Aid At HCMCFederal medical teams are at three Minnesota hospitals to help with the COVID-19 surge.