A crowd of people lining up for a key hearing on a Minnesota pipeline project appears about evenly divided between supporters and opponents.
Kym Trueblood was driving near Lowry and Penn when he almost became a victim in a crash that killed two people and left two others seriously injured.
Questions are being raised about the use of sedatives by emergency medical personnel during Minneapolis Police actions.
Every day, Minneapolis police officers are called to situations that are non-criminal in nature. Now, the department is looking for community members to serve as navigators to help people find the resources they need.
After more than two months on the run, a man was arrested this week in connection with the shooting death of a Minneapolis community activist.
A Minneapolis teenager shot by police during questioning will spend the next six years behind bars.
WCCO’s Reg Chapman went to a middle school in Minneapolis, where those who were close to Prince made a donation they hope will change lives.
Muslims across the globe are observing the holy month of Ramadan, Including those still in school.
Summer Eats Minnesota is the first program of its kind in the nation.
It was an emotional evening for a group of Twin Cities seniors as they said goodbye to friends, teachers and what’s left of Minnehaha Academy.
They are teen parents, in foster care or on probation. But on Friday, they became graduates of the class of 2018.
A Robbinsdale couple is in disbelief after someone broke into their home while they were sleeping.
The YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities is rolling out the red carpet for teenagers this summer.
It’s not easy living with the memories of war. But for this group, the Washington trip was a chance to honor their buddies who didn’t make it home and a kind of therapy for what still haunts them.
Working in the health care industry can have its ups and downs like any other job. But every so often a patient comes along that inspires doctors and staff almost beyond belief.
On one of the hottest days of the year, a group of former and current military service members, moms and dads, brothers and sisters were focused on something more pressing than the heat.
Traveling to the lake this Memorial Day weekend will not be cheap.
Police in Burnsville are asking residents to be cautious as there has been a black bear spotted in the southeast area of the city.
We are learning much more about what happened inside the Plymouth home where a 7-year-old accidentally shot and killed himself.
Authorities are looking for a dog and its owner after several pets and people have been attacked at area dog parks.
For four generations, the families of Dee Walsh, Lynn Connolly and Joe Byrnes have called the North End of St. Paul home.
With the clock ticking down on the 2018 legislative session, the Minnesota Legislature looks like it is heading towards “crash and burn.”
St. Paul’s Fire Department is looking for more women to join its crew.
A law enforcement training session designed to teach cops to deal with justified, deadly-force situations is coming under fire.
Minneapolis police and CrimeStoppers have teamed up to offer an enhanced reward in the death of a community activist, who was gunned down in front of his mother’s front door in early April.