Minneapolis Police Seek $27M Budget Increase Amid ‘Staggering’ Number Of Officer Departures"I will tell you what is not acceptable is to have any more reductions right now in our sworn capacity to be responding to the incidents of gun violence, the incidence of carjackings and homicides that have occurred in our city,” Chief Arradondo said.
COVID In Minnesota: National Guard To Assist At Long-Term Care Facilities, Open New Rapid Testing SitesDue to the recent rise of COVID-19 cases, Gov. Tim Walz announced a new plan to mobilize the National Guard to assist at local long-term care facilities and open new rapid testing sites across the state.
Carver County Family Grieves Dog Shot And Killed By Arrow: 'You Just Get Mad'A family in Carver County is grieving the tragic loss of their beloved dog who was shot and killed by an arrow.
Minnesota 1st In Nation To Create Office On Missing And Murdered Indigenous People; 'These Are Our Sisters, These Are Our Relatives'The Minnesota Legislature this year approved a new state office dedicating time and resources to missing and murdered Indigenous people, the first of its kind in the country that advocates hope will be replicated nationwide.
How To Apply For Rental Assistance As COVID Eviction Protections Lift Evictions in Minnesota are back on, unless you have a pending application for help. But not everyone who needs help has seen aid yet.
St. Paul Mass Shooting: 2 Men Each Face A Dozen Charges In Deadly ShootoutTwo men have been charged in connection with a mass shooting at a St. Paul bar over the weekend that left one woman dead and 14 people injured.
3 Men Arrested After 'Hellish' Mass Shooting At St. Paul Bar Leaves 1 Dead, 14 InjuredA woman is dead, 14 people are injured and three men are in custody after a mass shooting early Sunday morning near downtown St. Paul.
New Sculpture At Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Is A 'Tribute' To The Dakota LanguageNative artist Angela Two Stars hopes her new sculpture on display at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden will be space for reflection on how Dakota history and language is woven into the fabric of Minnesota today.
Health Leaders, Hospital CEOs Warn Of COVID 'Capacity Crisis' For Minnesota Adults And ChildrenTop hospital and long-term care industry leaders say that workers are exhausted and leaving the profession at record-levels, creating a staffing shortage of caregivers as cases increase and hospital beds fill up.
Political Standstill At Capitol Preventing Action On Frontline Worker Pay, Drought ReliefA political standstill is preventing a special legislative session at the Minnesota State Capitol, putting the fate of bonus pay for frontline workers and drought relief for farmers in limbo.
Allianz Field To Host 2022 MLS All-Star Game: 'Soccer Nation Lives Right Here'The league announced Allianz Field as the game's site Tuesday afternoon.
Brooklyn Center Updates 'Cite And Release' Policies For Certain Low-Level Offenses, Other New Proposals Not Yet ImplementedBrooklyn Center is looking to change policing in the community and a revamped policy implemented this week targets low-level offenses by issuing a citation and letting a person go instead of arrest.
Man Grabbed At School Board Meeting Over Mask Mandates Speaks Out; More Local Officials ResigningA tense Eastern Carver County School Board meeting over a mask mandate Monday culminated with a physical altercation, the latest flashpoint in a bitter nationwide battle over COVID-19 policies in schools.
Weeks After Deadline, Still No Deal For Frontline Worker PayThree weeks after a self-imposed deadline, state lawmakers still haven’t reached an agreement on the details of the $250 million for frontline worker bonuses, leaving some frustrated.
MPCA Looking Into Potential Contamination Of Water Wells In 2 Twin Cities CommunitiesThe Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has announced it's looking into findings of contamination in private wells in two Twin Cities communities, including one WCCO reported on earlier this week.