The federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till, the black teenager whose brutal killing in Mississippi shocked the world and helped inspire the civil rights movement more than 60 years ago.
The President of the Minneapolis Park Board says he’s reviewing a controversial police stop incident at Minnehaha Fall involving children Tuesday.
The Minnesota Wild is hosting a leadership summit to help build an even greater state of hockey.
The shooting of a black bear in Minnetonka near a popular lakeside restaurant has many people taking to social media.
Castile’s death joined the national movement and conversation about tensions between police and the community.
Conservation officers want to know who set animal traps near a popular walking trail.
For many, the challenge of Friday in Minnesota was finding ways to keep cool in the extreme heat.
Charges are dropped in a case that involved dozens of guns and ammunition found inside a Vadnais Heights home.
The family of the man shot and killed by Minneapolis police made demands Wednesday in front of Mayor Jacob Frey and the city council.
Many community members in north Minneapolis are asking questions about the weekend’s fatal police shooting of a black man.
On this longest day of the year, a Minnesota man shined light on a disease that robbed him of his father.
Mosquito crews are out in full force trying to control hatching larvae across the metro.
It’s that time of year again: We now know the new food offerings at this year’s Minnesota State Fair.
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.