Purple Ribbons In Little Earth Community Alert For Houses Supplied With NarcanLittle Earth trains its people on chest compression methods and Narcan use twice a year. They're training people who don't even live on their property, and children as young as 11 years old.
Downtown Minneapolis Bar Owners See Spike In ViolenceThere's a lot of fun to be had in downtown Minneapolis, but some downtown bar owners and managers say the fun typically ends around midnight. They say late nights downtown bring out loitering, harassment and violence.
'This Is Rare': Rapist Breaks Into Minneapolis Apartment Near 'U,' Attacks WomanMinneapolis police are asking for the public’s help to find the rapist who broke into a woman's apartment Wednesday morning and attacked her.
MN Human Rights Dept. Sues West Lutheran H.S. For Permitting Student's Sexual AssaultThe human rights department says the school did not protect the student and retaliated against her by preventing her from returning for her tenth-grade year.
Trump Administration Plans To Import Prescription Drugs, Experts Say Challenges AheadThe Trump administration wants to import prescription drugs from Canada to cut costs for Americans.
Como Community Says Goodbye To Former Church Before DemolitionThis is a story we first brought you in May-- a historic preservation battle with a former church building caught in the middle.
Needle Exchange Programs Save Lives But May Have Unintended ConsequencesThe Indigenous Peoples Task Force syringe exchange program has handed out nearly 90,000 syringes over the past year, but only got two-thirds of them back.
'I Lost Count At 60': Neighbors, Firefighters Clean Up Used Needles In Minneapolis As Problem GrowsThe health department says it is a problem across the city, but they're noticing it most in the Ventura Village, Midtown Phillips and East Phillips neighborhoods.
81-Year-Old Woman Meets 3 Siblings She Never Knew ExistedElaine Snodgrass has five half-siblings she never knew about until a few months ago. She met three of them for the first time on Sunday. Now, there are memories to share, inside jokes to learn, laughs to exchange and hands to hold.
Sheriff: 3 Dead In Western Wisconsin Highway CrashA motorcyclist and two people traveling in a car collided at an intersection just after 7 p.m. Friday night. All three died at the scene.
Minnesotans Rolling With Extreme Heat, Tropical HumidityTemperatures Friday reached more 90 degrees in the metro, but it felt more like more than 100 degrees. A Heat Advisory is in effect for the second day in a row.
Summer Campers Embrace Outdoor Activities Despite HeatThe air is thick, but the spirits are high. Building forts, going on short hikes – it sounds easy, but being outside all day this time of year is no walk in the park.
MPD Chief Arradondo Says Staffing Levels Have Left Department 'Hemorrhaging'"Our staffing levels have not been addressed for many years," Chief Maderia Arradondo said. "The MPD staffing model has been broken, in fact, for decades."
Shakopee Amazon Warehouse Workers To Strike On 'Prime Day'About 100 workers at the Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee will protest on Monday. Employees will sit out for six hours on one of the company's most demanding days.
Some Hennepin County Businesses To Start Composting Food Waste In 2020Thousands of businesses in the metro will soon be forced to start composting and recycling their food waste. It's part of a new ordinance Hennepin County created for businesses producing more than a ton of trash every week.