Edina Mother Seeks Justice For Daughter's 2018 Murder In Upcoming Trial An Edina woman is bracing for the start of her daughter's murder trial and all the difficult emotions that come with it.
'Unprecedented Demand' For Flu Shots Causing ShortageWith COVID-19 concerns and regular flu season warnings, health care providers say they're seeing an unprecedented demand for flu vaccines.
Drop In Minneapolis Police Response Time May Be To Prove Political Point, Says City Council MemberA Minneapolis City Council member says it's a false narrative that the council's desire to replace the Minneapolis Police Department is related to the crime surge and MPD's response.
With Vikings In Indianapolis, Fans Get Glimpse Of Pandemic Seating PossibilitiesAfter opening the season in an empty stadium, the Minnesota Vikings played with some people in the stands Sunday in Indianapolis.
Ramsey Co. Working To Connect People With Unclaimed MoneyRamsey County is working to connect people with nearly a quarter of a million dollars that's owed to them.
'He's Coming Here?': Bemidji Set To Host US President For First Time EverThe race for the White House is about to collide in Minnesota -- including the first-ever visit to Bemidji by a U.S. president.
'We Need Your Help': Dry Cleaning Owner Says Business Is Significantly Down Due To The PandemicThe pandemic's impact on bars and restaurants is well documented, but how about dry cleaning businesses
Deluxe HQ Relocation To Bring Hundreds Of Jobs To Downtown MinneapolisDeluxe Corporation will leave its Shoreview home and settle near 8th Street and Marquette Avenue, bringing more than 530 jobs with it.
George Floyd Memorial Foundation Makes 1st Donation To Salvation Army Harbor Light CenterThe George Floyd Memorial Foundation made its first donation Sunday to the Salvation Army Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis, where Floyd used to work.
'The People's Floyd Commission': Weekly Public Forum Seeks To Spur Minneapolis Police ReformA series of weekly public forums kicked off Friday to look at police-community relations in Minneapolis, and the city's response following the death of George Floyd.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Cameroon Taps Burnsville Man To Develop Online COVID-19 MarketplaceA Burnsville man is playing a crucial role in his home country's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trump Boat Parade On St. Croix River Causes CapsizingA boat parade in support of President Donald Trump Saturday on the St. Croix River left more than one homeowner contending with property damage.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Residential Waste 'Off The Charts' Due To PandemicThe amount of time Minnesotans have spent at home this year has made a difference in what's getting thrown out in the trash.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Students, Parents Prepare For Sudden Shifts In Learning ModelsA southeast Minnesota school district called off classes Monday to shift into a different learning model, only a week after the first day.
Hundreds March Through Downtown Minneapolis Protesting Jacob Blake's ShootingOrganizers say what happened in Kenosha is a reminder that nothing's changed since the death of George Floyd.