Brooklyn Park Community Mourns Neighbor's Death With VigilA Brooklyn Park community came together Saturday night at a vigil for one of their own.
1 Dead After Rolling A Car In Benton CountyA 23-year-old man is dead after driving across a median and rolling his car Saturday afternoon.
Juneteenth Celebrations Stretch From City To Suburbs For First Year As A Federal HolidayOn Saturday, Minnesotans from all over celebrated Juneteenth, a celebration of the day in 1865 when the last American slaves found out they were free after the Civil War. This is the first year it's now recognized as a federal holiday.
Minnesota Runner Qualifies To Race In 2021 Tokyo OlympicsJoseph Klecker is heading to Tokyo with the U.S. Olympic men's track and field team after he placed third in a qualifying race Friday night.
Minnesota Weather: Saturday Is A #Top10WxDay, Rain Likely For Father's DaySaturday is a #Top10WxDay thanks to sunshine and seasonable temperatures throughout the state.
Nostalgia And Flavor: Saturday Dumpling Club Takes Off In MinneapolisUntil last month, Bian was making dumplings at his condo, selling out every week in less than an hour.
Investigators ID Person Whose Body Parts Were Found In NE Mpls. As Adam Richard JohnsonPolice say they have determined the identity of the person whose body parts were found in northeast Minneapolis Thursday morning, and additional parts were found once police began searching.
Home Team: Gov. Walz, Longtime Coach Walt Weaver Back Adding Boys' VolleyballIf you want to get something significant done in life, most times it takes some perseverance and some help. Take the mission to bring high school boys' volleyball to a sanctioned sport from club status.
Heat-Related Illnesses Rise Due To Extreme TemperaturesAs a Registered Nurse and Death Investigator for the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office, Paula Johns is troubled after responding to five deaths in the north metro this week, where the heat was likely a factor.
New Financial Literacy App Aims To Close Racial Wealth GapA new program launching on Juneteenth is taking a different approach to help one of Minnesota's biggest problems -- the disparity gap between races.
Back Together: Buffalo Bonds In Aftermath Of Mass Shooting, COVID PandemicBuffalo Days is going strong at Sturges Park along Lake Buffalo, featuring rides, games and food. It's especially exciting given the recent past residents have had to live through.