Where Does Minnesota Fall Right Now On The 'Summer Glory Index'?The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has a not-so-scientific way of measuring the perfect summer day called the "Summer Glory Index."
'We Have Staff Burning Out': Pandemic Putting Pressure On Twin Cities VeterinariansThe pandemic is making a trip to an animal hospital more difficult for pet owners.
Lake Street Continues To Rebuild & Reopen With Help From Community DonationsNearly three months after riots tore apart Lake Street, some businesses have made repairs and reopened thanks to help from community donations.
Indoor Tiny House Community For Homeless Planned In MinneapolisSeveral plans are underway to find housing or build new shelters for people experiencing homelessness in Minneapolis, and there’s one unique idea that’s taking a tiny, yet big approach.
'You Just Got Shot In The Head': Bullet Grazes Minneapolis Man Near Loring ParkJust as Shannon Grendahl was talking with neighbors near Loring Park about not feeling safe in their neighborhood, a bullet grazed the top of his head. He says he could feel his spine compress.
Mail-In Primary Ballots Could Be Dress Rehearsal For General Election In NovemberJeff Wagner talked with the U.S. Postal Service about what to expect for the general election in November, and they reported "plenty of capacity" in their system.
More Minnesotans Voted By Mail In 2020 Primary Than All Votes Total In 2016 PrimaryThe pandemic didn't slow down Tuesday night's Primary Election results, but it did impact the way people vote.
Brazen 'Hot Rodders' Do Burnouts, Donuts Next To Downtown Minneapolis Police PrecinctDrivers painted the pavement early Sunday morning with circular strokes of burning rubber at the intersection of First Avenue and North 4th Street in downtown Minneapolis.
With High School Football Season Pushed To Spring, What Will Field Conditions Be Like?The Minnesota State High School League has moved the fall football season to spring -- a time when winter can linger long enough to create a new set of outdoor challenges.
Are Mail-In Ballots Already Being Counted? Good QuestionMinnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon said election officials start opening the envelopes as early as two weeks before Election Day.
What Is A COVID-19 Saliva Test? Good QuestionEnsuring teachers and school staff have quick access to a COVID-19 test if needed is part of Minnesota's school reopening plan. But it won't be the nasal swab or a blood test. Instead, they'll spit into a tube.
Good Samaritan Shot After Risking Life To Help Stranger Being Robbed In MinneapolisPolice say someone was shot as they were attempting to stop an armed robbery outside of Sherwin-Williams on Lake Street Tuesday afternoon.
Recent Surge In Brazen Robberies, Car Thefts Highlight Growing Problem In Twin CitiesThere have been 2,170 stolen vehicles so far this year - a 46% increase compared to last year, according to Minneapolis Police Department crime data.
Police Use Drones To Check For Nudity On Twin Cities BeachVisitors at a Twin Cities beach learned police watch them in ways they didn't expect.
Deputy Kills Man On Mendota Bridge After Standoff, Hostage SituationAuthorities say that a sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man after a police pursuit that shut down a Twin Cities bridge Monday. Investigators say that the man was holding a woman at gunpoint in the incident.