Founder Of The Sanneh Foundation Adapts To Continue To Provide Services Amid COVID-19When 2020 started its seemingly relentless mission to prove uncertainty, The Sanneh Foundation's founder Tony Sanneh knew he had to prove he could adapt, fast.
Recovery Effort Continues For Plane, Pilot, 2 Passengers In Washington CountySearch teams believe the plane is located in a water-filled quarry on Grey Cloud Island, south of Mooers Lake and north of the Mississippi River.
New Hopkins Principals Open Up About School and Equity Amid PandemicHopkins Public Schools started classes on Aug. 31, and two weeks prior was the first day of work for four of the district’s nine principals.
Community Policing Group Blames Minneapolis City Council For Slashing Police Budget, Ending Key ProgramsA community policing team called the Police Community Relations Council, which formed in Minneapolis almost 20 years ago, called local leaders Tuesday to restore safety in the city. They’re fueled by the Minneapolis City Council’s decision to defund the Minneapolis Police Department.
St. Thomas Students Return To Campus; About 80% Opt For Hybrid Or In-Person LearningIt's move in week at the University of St Thomas, where most students will go back to class for the first time since March.
Second Night Of Curfew Expires In Minneapolis; Nearly 50 ArrestedThe second night curfew has expired in Minneapolis following a mostly calm evening.
CDC Quietly Changes COVID-19 Guidelines: Now Says Testing Not Needed For Those Not Showing SymptomsThe agency no longer recommends testing for most people without symptoms, even if they've been in close contact with someone known to have the virus.
Girl, 17, Killed In Overnight Shooting In North MinneapolisInvestigators canvassed the area of the shooting. However, no arrests were made.
Carloads Show Up For First Day Of State Fair 'Food Parade'The lines to get food will be shorter, and it will be delivered to your car if you have a ticket. What fairgoers this year won't see is the record attendance of people walking the fairgrounds
Families React To Bloomington School Board's Decision To Shift To All OnlineBloomington Public Schools is changing how it plans to return to the classroom. Initially, the district announced a hybrid model. Now, it's all online.
Primary Election: Here's What To Expect At Minneapolis Polling PlacesTuesday is primary election day in Minnesota, but casting a ballot will look a little different this time around.
George Floyd Case: Judge Releases Ex-Officers Lane And Kueng Body Cam VideosThe Hennepin County judge overseeing the George Floyd case has made the body worn cameras from ex-officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng available.
Resiliency In The Twin Cities: St. Paul's Midway Goodwill Store ReopensSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, Councilwoman Mitra Jalali and other company and city leaders said this is one big step for the people who work here and the community they serve.v
Police: Teenage Suspect In Custody After Man, 45, Found Dead In St. Paul AlleySt. Paul police are investigating a domestic-related homicide that occurred late Sunday evening.
Buffalo, Minn. Community Members Continue To Have Tough Conversations About RaceFor the past two months, the city of Buffalo, Minnesota has been having tough conversations about what it's like to be Black in a community where 98% of the population is white.