With Vaping Rates Up, Gov. Walz Calls On Legislature To Ban Flavored E-Cigs In Minnesota A new survey says one in four Minnesota 11th graders reported using an e-cigarette in the previous 30 days, a 54% increase from the same survey in 2016.
Take A Peek Behind-The-Scenes At Forthcoming Dayton's ProjectThe mixed-retail office project which occupies the entirety of the old Dayton's department store building on Nicollet Mall has been hit with delays.
St. Paul's E-STEM Middle School Awarded $100K Worth Of New Exercise EquipmentAs parents and teachers worry about childhood obesity, one Twin Cities school decided to do something about it.
'Reasons To Be Deeply Concerned': Gov. Walz Weighs In On POTUS Impeachment InquiryGovernor Tim Walz is weighing in on the move towards impeachment of President Donald Trump.
'You Have To Be Alert Constantly': Community In Shock After Man In Wheelchair Robbed On LRTTwo 14-year-old boys are suspected of attacking a man in a wheelchair and robbing him on a light rail platform near the state Capitol.
Members Of Minnesota Delegation React To Whistleblower ComplaintThe whistleblower complaint includes accusations of presidential interference and a cover-up by the White House.
'Raises Lots Of Questions & Doesn't Answer Them': Reactions Split On Trump-Ukraine Call SummaryReaction to the summary of the call between President Donald Trump and the Ukrainian president is split.
'No One Is Above The Law': More Minnesota Lawmakers Back Trump Impeachment InquiryDemocrats have told CBS News that it's no longer a question of "if" they will impeach the president, but rather "when."
Community Leaders: Terror Recruitment Appears To Be Down In MinnesotaBack in 2016, local terror recruiting was in the headlines often. Abdelhamid Al-Madioum had left behind his life in St. Louis Park the year before to join ISIS. Now, community leaders say it appears to be down dramatically.
'My Name Is Abdel': Minnesotan Who Joined ISIS Speaks From Syrian PrisonA former St. Louis Park man is in a Syrian prison right now, one of thousands of captured ISIS fighters.
'Long Summer Without It': Fort Snelling State Park Reopens After Historic FloodingThe Department of Natural Resources estimates half a million people have not been able to visit Fort Snelling State Park during its six-month closure.