'This Is Such A Huge Honor': VP Mike Pence To Visit Lakeville Sign Company Before President Trump's RallyVice President Mike Pence is heading to Minnesota, with a Minneapolis-area visit that will hit Thursday shortly before President Donald Trump rallies at Target Center.
Rep. Ilhan Omar Files For Divorce From Husband Ahmed HirsiMinnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has filed for divorce, according to court records.
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.
'It's Our Harsh Reality': BCA Investigates St. Paul Officer-Involved Shooting Of Ronald DavisThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is continuing to investigate an officer-involved shooting in St. Paul that left one man dead Sunday evening.
R. Kelly, His Lawyers Fail To Appear In Hennepin County CourtEmbattled singer R. Kelly is slated to make a court appearance Thursday in Minnesota.