Downtown St. Paul's Summer Crime Rate Lowest In 5 YearsIn comparison, overall crime in downtown Minneapolis this summer increased by 4% from last summer.
'Corners Are Not Being Cut': Vaccine Specialist Says Parents Can Trust Shot For Young Kids Once ApprovedJoe Kurkland is a vaccine specialist and father of three. He says he won't have any hesitation getting his children vaccinated.
After Summer Drought, When And Where Will The Best Fall Colors Be This Year?The drought we've had throughout much of the state could leave us with muted fall colors and shorter peak times, but not everywhere will be a bust. So when and where are the best fall colors this year? Good Question.
Militia Leader Sentenced To 53 Years In Federal Prison For Bloomington Mosque BombingThe leader of an Illinois anti-government militia group who authorities say masterminded the 2017 bombing of a Minnesota mosque has been sentenced to 53 years in federal prison.
As Live Music Returns, Concertgoers Navigate Varying COVID ProtocolsIn this COVID era, protocol to attend a concert has changed and the rules are different depending on where you go to enjoy your favorite performer.
'This Isn't Just A Man's World': State Patrol Pushes To Hire Female TroopersThe Minnesota State Patrol has some lopsided numbers they are trying to fix. Only 10% of troopers in the entire state are female - just 61 women.
'This Is Not A Bus Driver Shortage. This Is A Bus Driver Crisis': Tempers Up As Districts Cut RoutesCanceling or combining bus routes have sent some Minnesota parents scrambling to get their kids to and from school this year. Union leaders are now sending a strong message to lawmakers and school boards.
With Absentee Ballots Set To Go Out In Days, Hennepin Co. Judge Hearing Arguments On Controversial Minneapolis Ballot QuestionHennepin County Judge Jamie Anderson on Monday is hearing arguments on whether a Minneapolis ballot question about the future of policing is too vague and misleading.
Minnesota Weather: Evening Storms Threaten Heavy Rain, Large HailWhile the weekend's comfortable fall weather will continue through much of Monday, storms are expected to rumble in the evening across southern Minnesota.
George Floyd Memorial Foundation Has Awarded Over $50,000 In Scholarships A fund set up to honor George Floyd and raise awareness about racial injustice said Monday that it has awarded more than $50,000 in scholarships since it was created.
More Than 46,000 MN Students Vaccinated In The Weeks Before School's Start In the weeks leading up to the return to the classroom, more than 46,000 Minnesota students between the ages of 12 and 17 received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose, Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday.
MN Dept. Of Revenue Begins Processing Unemployment Insurance Compensation, PPP Loan ForgivenessThe Minnesota Department of Revenue has started processing Unemployment Insurance and Payback Protection Program (PPP) refunds that have been delayed due to tax law changes.
Minnesota Volunteers Deployed To Louisiana For Hurricane Ida ReliefMinnesotans are making a difference in Hurricane Ida relief efforts. Volunteers have been in Louisiana all month, and more were deployed Sunday.
Hmong Cultural Center Museum Opening Will Be Delayed Several Weeks Due To VandalismThe Hmong Cultural Center’s new expanded museum opening will be delayed several weeks due to vandalism damaging the building last week.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Voices Support For Minneapolis Public Safety AmendmentThere will be an emergency court hearing Monday over the latest wording of a Minneapolis charter amendment that seeks to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety.