St. Paul Police Investigate City's 3rd Homicide Of 2022It happened Tuesday evening on the 300 block of Blair Avenue, in the Frogtown neighborhood.
'My Trauma Does Not End Here': Delivery Driver Carjacked, Sexually Assaulted In MinneapolisA 37-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly kidnapped a woman from a south Minneapolis gas station and sexually assaulted her.
St. Paul Students Hold Walkout Over District's Response To COVID PandemicA student walkout was held Tuesday in St. Paul, with hundreds across the district demanding better COVID-19 precautions to stay in school.
Suspected Carjackers Arrested In St. Paul After Metro-Wide ChaseTwo people suspected in five carjackings and three other robberies in St. Louis Park were arrested Tuesday night in St. Paul after a pursuit that spanned several metro freeways.
'Have A Heart': Reward Offered For Puppy Stolen In St. Paul CarAnother dog is missing in the Twin Cities thanks to car thieves.
Metro Transit Rolls Out Solar-Powered Tech At Bus StopsIt looks like a kindle or tablet, but it's giving real-time transit information - fueled by solar power.
'It's Just A Different Place': The Uncertain Future Of Downtown Minneapolis"Used to seeing people walking around before the pandemic, Now with the pandemic, it’s just a different place," Jason Mill said.
Updated Guidelines For Quarantining COVID-Exposed Kids Puts Some Parents In Tough SpotThe Minnesota Department of Human Services informed child care license holders last week that they no longer need to quarantine children or staff who are exposed to a positive case.
BCA: Human Trafficking Tips Have Tripled In Minnesota Over Last 3 YearsSex traffickers begin by gaining access on line to the young and vulnerable. Beth Holger, executive director of The Link, says some victims are as young as 11 and 12.
Walz Announces Proposed $2.7 Billion Infrastructure And Bonding BillThe governor is asking for $120 million for bridge repairs, $260 million for infrastructure at state colleges and universities, $450 million for affordable housing, and $940 million for climate change projects.
'Better Safe Than Sorry': New COVID Rules Begin This WeekThe week ahead brings new proof of vaccine and testing rules in the Twin Cities. They come as COVID-19 cases spike across Minnesota.