As Vikings Prepare To Welcome Back Fans, U.S. Bank Stadium Unveils New FoodsIt's been a long time coming for Vikings fans. Many will head back to U.S. Bank Stadium for the first time in nearly two years on Sunday as the Seattle Seahawks come to town.
Gisela Medina Now In Minnesota Custody: Faces Charges Of Aiding GOP Donor In Sex Trafficking Of MinorsA now-suspended student at the University of St. Thomas, who is accused of aiding a top Republican donor and activist to traffic minors for sex, is now in custody in Minnesota.
BCA: 13-Year-Old Missing After Leaving Girls Group Home, Believed To Be Heading To OregonLaw enforcement officials are requesting the public’s help in locating a 13-year-old girl who ran away from a girls group home in Willmar earlier this month.
Minnesota Weather: Drought Conditions Ease In First Days Of FallWCCO director of meteorology Mike Augustyniak says that a combination of recent rain and cooler temperatures are the cause for the downgrades. At this point, about one quarter of the state is still considered to be under extreme drought.
Sheriff: Man Struck By Squad SUV After Shooting At Deputies DiesThe Ramsey County Sheriff's Office says a man is dead after shooting at law enforcement in Mounds View, then being struck by a squad SUV.
'What Are The Odds?': Mountain Biker's Life Saved By Off-Duty Doctor On Minnesota TrailA Twin Cities man survived a brutal mountain biking accident, thanks to a risky move by a highly-skilled stranger.
Kerfoot Canopy Tour Offers A Unique View Of Minnesota's Fall ColorsSoon enough the leaves will start changing across the state. And along the Minnesota River Valley, there’s a pretty cool way to see the yellows, reds and oranges.
Man Surrenders After Walking Onto I-694 With Firearm, Halting Rush-Hour Traffic For 2 HoursAn Illinois man is undergoing a mental health evaluation after Minnesota State Patrol troopers encountered him walking on a busy Twin Cities freeway during rush hour Wednesday evening while armed.
'We Cannot Let This Be A Tragic, Lost Opportunity': Ben Crump Urges Lawmakers Not To Give Up On George Floyd Justice In Policing ActFollowing the collapse of bipartisan police reform talks in Congress on Wednesday, civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who represents the family of George Floyd, said that his clients are extremely disappointed and urged Democratic senators to bring the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act to a floor vote.
Calling North Mpls. A ‘War Zone,’ 26 Residents Send Open Letter To Gov. Requesting State Troopers Or Nat’l GuardA group of north Minneapolis residents have sent an open letter to Gov. Tim Walz, calling the area a “warzone” and are requesting the Minnesota State Patrol or National Guard to assist police.
Spit On Cops And Get Charged In Hennepin County? Depends On Whether You Avoid Their FacesThe Hennepin Country Attorney's Office is changing its policy on cases where someone spits on a law enforcement officer. Under a new policy, anyone accused of spitting on an officer's uniform or boots will not be prosecuted by Hennepin County.
Proctor H.S. Football Season On Hold While Police Investigate Student MisconductPolice are reportedly investigating a complaint of student misconduct on the Proctor High School football team.
Minnesota Child Care Providers Now Eligible For Direct Payments Under Recovery ProgramChild care providers in Minnesota can now apply for grants to get direct monthly payments to help stabilize their businesses as the economy recovers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rising COVID Cases Amid Delta Variant Put Minnesota School Plans In FluxIn order for there to be blanket mask mandates impacting schools or businesses, or capacity limits once again inside businesses, that would have to come from an executive order by Gov. Tim Walz under a peacetime emergency, and those powers have expired. Walz's administration says they have no intention of reinstating a state of emergency at this point.
COVID-19 In MN: Nearly 800 Patients With The Virus Need HospitalizationWhile federal health officials discuss COVID-19 vaccine booster shot advisability, health officials in Minnesota on Wednesday reported 1,642 additional virus cases and 14 more deaths.