Robbinsdale City Council Member Tyler Kline Charged With DWI, Fleeing PoliceA city council member of a northern Twin Cities suburb is facing charges for allegedly driving under the influence early Monday morning and fleeing from police officers who were only able to stop him by crashing into his minivan.
Twin Cities Man Facing Federal Charges For Straw Purchasing Guns, Including One Used In St. Paul Mass Shooting A Twin Cities man is facing federal charges for straw purchasing guns, including one firearm that was used in the October mass shooting at a St. Paul bar.
Experts Say Minnesotans Must 'Take Boosting Seriously' To End PandemicMayo Clinic's COVID modeling team predicts Minnesota is reaching the peak of Omicron cases.
Public Safety Emerges As Key Issue Ahead Of Minnesota's Legislative SessionPublic safety will be a key debate Monday when the legislative session begins, but even as Republicans and Democrats’ proposals vary in scope and approach, there is at least one area where there might be agreement: Incentives to get more law enforcement officers into the profession and keep them on the job.
Off-Duty Firefighter, Paramedic Testify In Day 3 Of Federal Trial In George Floyd’s DeathWitnesses to George Floyd's murder testified in the federal civil rights case Wednesday against three former Minneapolis police officers.
More Wastewater Data Shows The Twin Cities Is Past Peak Omicron More data suggests that the Twin Cities has already hit its peak for COVID-19 infections linked to the Omicron variant.
Headed To An Event In The Twin Cities? You’ll Need A Vaccine Card Or Negative Test, Starting WednesdayThose attending ticketed events in the city will now need to show proof of vaccination or provide a negative COVID-19 test.
Twin Cities Family Asks For Help Finding Quilt Honoring 25 Years Of Military ServiceA White Bear Lake family hopes someone may have a family heirloom that was mistakenly donated to Goodwill. Suzanne Tardiff made a quilt to honor her husband Gregory's 25 years of service in the U.S. Navy.
Minneapolis Public Schools Preps To Return To In-Person Learning Next Week Minneapolis Public Schools is preparing to go back to in-person learning next week.
Enjoying The Weather Extremes Of Como Park Zoo & ConservatoryInside the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in St. Paul, you'll find a tropical retreat -- no passport required.
Does Cold Weather Affect COVID Test Kits And Results?Free rapid antigen test kits from the federal government are supposed to be stored between 36 degrees and 86 degrees.
'I Was Flabbergasted': Missing Badge Of Hastings Officer Killed In 1894 RediscoveredHastings Police Officer Albert Jacobson's badge was found and returned to the department this month, 127 years after Jacobson was shot and killed in 1894.
Police Renew Effort To Find Suspect In St. Paul Double MurderThe wife of a man murdered last year in St. Paul hopes you can help police solve the case.
Charges: Man Steals Metro Mobility Bus, Leads Law Enforcement On Metro-Wide ChaseA 31-year-old man faces charges of auto theft and fleeing police after allegedly stealing a Metro Mobility bus and leading law enforcement on a chase across the Twin Cities.
Body Cam Footage Examined On Day 2 In Federal Trial Of Ex-Officers In George Floyd's DeathWitnesses took the stand Tuesday in the second day of the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights.