Coronavirus In Minnesota: Learning Curves Expected As Distance Learning BeginsDistance learning begins in Minnesota schools Monday with the expectation that it will continue until at least May 4.
None Hurt Following House Fire In BloomingtonFire crews in the south metro knocked down a house fire Saturday.
Charges: Richfield Teen Shoots Man In Face During Bloomington Drug DealA 16-year-old Richfield boy faces two counts of second-degree assault after allegedly shooting another teen in the face during a drug deal earlier this month.
Good Samaritans Rescue Snowshoer From Bloomington Lake A snowshoer is OK thanks to the quick-thinking of two Good Samaritans Monday afternoon.
Bloomington Police Investigate Death Of 4-Month-Old GirlNo arrests have been made and police say the parents are cooperating with the on-going investigation.
Family Pleads For Return Of Stolen iPad With Last Video Of Boy Who Died From Brain CancerSomeone broke into Topher Braddock's business this week, Akagi Jiu Jitsu, and took the family's iPad. It held the last images and video they had to remember of their 12-year-old son, Grey Braddock, who lost his battle with brain cancer last summer.
2 Hurt, 1 Hospitalized Following Small Fire In Bloomington High-RiseAuthorities in the Twin Cities say two people were hurt Monday morning following a small fire in a south metro high-rise.
LRT-Car Crash Delays Blue Line In BloomingtonMetro Transit says the Blue Line light-rail trains were delayed Sunday afternoon following a crash involving a car.
The Criteria Schools Use To Make Weather-Related ClosingsDozens of schools across Minnesota are delaying or cancelling classes Thursday due to the arctic blast -- but every district has a different method for making the decision to cancel classes.
'We Have An Increase In Isolation In Society': Alcoholism-Related Deaths On The Rise Among WomenThe research did find that overall more men than women are still dying from complications from alcohol.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed In Bloomington ID'dAuthorities have identified a pedestrian who died after being struck by a car in Bloomington last Wednesday.
Hundreds Of Twin Cities Healthcare Workers Voting On Possible StrikeHundreds of union members who work for HealthPartners in the Twin Cities are voting on whether to stage a week-long strike.
Pedestrian Struck, Seriously Hurt In Bloomington CrashOfficials in Bloomington say a pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a vehicle Wednesday morning.
Charges: Darnell Stennis Prostituted Women Out Of Bloomington HotelA 29-year-old Illinois man faces federal charges accusing him of prostituting women out of a hotel in Bloomington.
Crews Rescue German Shepherd From River In BloomingtonAuthorities in the south metro say a dog is reunited with its owner after it was rescued Wednesday from a frozen river.