Leneal Frazier Killed In Crash With Mpls. Police Squad That Was Chasing Suspect; Officer ID'dThe Minnesota State Patrol is now investigating a crash involving a Minneapolis police squad car, where an innocent man was killed.
Target Field Opening At Full Capacity; Twins Celebrating With 'Welcome Back Week'Target Field is opening at full capacity this week for the first time since October of 2019.
In This Tight Labor Market, Employers Offering Higher Pay, Better Benefits As Minnesota continues its recovery from more than a year of dealing with pandemic-related restrictions, employers are working to fill jobs.
'Shame On You': Activists, Families Voice Frustration Over Compromise On Policing BillWith just days to spare, state lawmakers have reached a deal to avoid a partial government shutdown. The agreement includes some police reforms, among them are regulations for no-knock warrants and modifications to the POST board’s police misconduct database, creating an early warning system to keep bad officers off the streets.
Security Changes Coming To The Minnesota State FairMinnesota State Fair officials are slated to meet Tuesday afternoon with Ramsey County administrators to discuss changes to safety at the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Victoria Neighborhood Voices Concerns Over Level 3 Offender Matthew Vanhecke Moving InMonday night, there will be a community notification meeting to let people in Victoria know that a level three sex offender named Matthew Vanhecke will be moving into their neighborhood Tuesday.
After 18 Months, Allianz Field To Open Wednesday At Full CapacityFor the first time in 18 months, Allianz Field is expecting to host a full capacity crowd Wednesday night, with 19,000 fans expected to watch the Loons take on Austin FC.
Minneapolis Police Once Again Reopen Streets In Uptown Amid ProtestsThe back and forth continues in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis, with protesters putting barricades back up to close West Lake Street to traffic Wednesday before police moved in overnight and opened it back up.
Initiative Aims To Put Rent Control On St. Paul's November BallotRent control in St. Paul is one step closer to getting on the ballot in November.
George Floyd Square: Intersection Briefly Reopened Before Community PushbackThe future of the intersection where George Floyd died is still unclear Thursday afternoon after attempts to reopen faced pushback.
Skyway Restaurant Business Picks Up As Workers Return To Downtown MinneapolisIn downtown Minneapolis, the buzz is starting to pick back up, as Tuesday is one of three return-to-office waves set for the summer. Roughly 300 restaurants and retail businesses are open, according to the downtown council.
Rising After Trauma: Uncertainty Remains 1 Year After George Floyd's MurderAs the sun rises one year after George Floyd's murder -- one year since the Twin Cities changed forever -- there's the promise of a new dawn, but its warmth has not yet set in.
Aniya Allen, 6, Dies From Injuries After Stray Bullet Strikes Her Head In MinneapolisA shooting in north Minneapolis late Monday night left another child in critical condition. The gunfire also struck a man, who is fighting for his life.
As Statewide Mask Mandate Is Set To Be Lifted, Some Cities And Stores Still Plan To Require Masks While Minnesota is set to drop its statewide mask mandate Friday, some cities, stores and shopping centers still plan to require masks for people gathering indoors.
MSHSL Votes No On Sanctioning Boys VolleyballThe Minnesota State High School League made a big decision Tuesday morning regarding the future of boys volleyball in high schools.