ICE Deports St. Paul Resident Who Killed Man While Driving DrunkJose Orlando Vasquez-Guillen was convicted of alcohol-related criminal vehicular homicide.
Water Patrol Unit Workers Stress Much Of Minnesota's Ice Isn't Yet Safe To Venture OntoThe Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Water Patrol unit says right now, no one should be driving cars or trucks out on the ice.
Shipping Impeded In Duluth As Iconic Lift Bridge Is Stuck With Heavy IceShipping traffic in Duluth's harbor has been impeded by an aerial lift bridge that has been stuck in the down position because of heavy ice.
ICE Critics Protest Outside Bishop Henry Whipple Building, Demand Name ChangeProtesters demonstrated Tuesday morning outside the Minneapolis offices of ICE, demanding that the name of Bishop Henry Whipple be removed from the building.
ICE Critics, Minnesota Clergy Want Bishop Henry Whipple's Name Removed From Minneapolis Federal BuildingClergy and immigration activists in Minnesota are trying to remove the name of a revered bishop from a federal building where hundreds of deportation orders are issued every year, calling the Trump administration's immigration crackdown an affront to his memory.
ICE Protesters Gather At Federal Building Complex Near Fort SnellingA protest is underway Tuesday afternoon outside a federal building complex near Fort Snelling.
ICE Agents Break Car Window, Arrest Man In Minneapolis
President Trump Changes Deportation Plan On SaturdayPresident Donald Trump made a change to his deportation plan late this afternoon. It’s a situation that has some Minnesotans on edge. Sunday was set to be the busiest of days for immigration officers.
New Richmond Considers Opening ICE Detention CenterOfficials from the western Wisconsin city of New Richmond announced Friday that a privately-owned detention center for undocumented immigrants may open in town.
Access To Lake Minnetonka Closed At Wayzata Beach For Motor VehiclesMotor vehicles are closed off to enter to Lake Minnetonka at Wayzata Beach.
Minneapolis Offers Free Salt, Sand To Combat IceExperts told WCCO to use salt sparingly, but there's nothing better for melting ice when roads and sidewalks are so dangerously slick.