Residents Push Back Against Development Near Eden Prairie's Fredrick-Miller Natural SpringA Twin Cities community is fighting back against plans for a new development in their city.
Pandemic-Driven 'Wishcycling' Is Causing Big Problems At Recycling CentersThink about how much your habits changed during the pandemic. All of those shifts are noticeable at local residential recycling facilities, and some of them are causing problems.
St. Paul Man Stuck In Guatemala With Serious Case Of COVIDA St. Paul family is asking for prayers, as a father of three is stuck abroad with a serious case of COVID-19.
Community Mourns Slain Minneapolis Store Clerk Liibaan Baqarre: 'Everyone Loved Him'Minneapolis Police say a suspect has been arrested in connection to a fatal robbery at a Cedar-Riverside neighborhood business.
TurnSignl App Aims To Help Everyone Get Home Safely After Traffic StopsDaunte Wright's deadly encounter with police started with a traffic stop that escalated. A group of local men want to change that with a new cellphone app.
With Chauvin Trial Over, 'Operation Safety Net' Prepares To Power Down Until SummerA day after the Derek Chauvin verdict, Operation Safety Net says it's sending troops and officers home.
Deployment Of National Guard Makes Some Feel On Edge, Others More SafeA lot of people have stopped to have conversations with the Guard, some thanking them. Others express their frustrations directly with the Guard members.
Brooklyn Center Church Serves As Haven For All During UnrestA church in Brooklyn Center is hoping to be a place for the community to find peace despite the chaos outside.
79 People Arrested Following Third Night Of Protests Over Daunte Wright's KillingMore than 60 people were arrested following a third night of protesters clashing with police in Brooklyn Center over the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright.
Lose Or Damage Your COVID Vaccine Card? Here's What To DoErin Hassanzadeh shows us what to do after you get the coveted vaccination card -- and where to turn if you lose it.
CDC Changes COVID Guidelines For Disinfecting Homes And SurfacesWhen the pandemic started, stores quickly ran out of disinfecting wipes and household cleaners. But now experts say the risk for catching COVID-19 from surfaces is low.