The Questions To Ask And The Plans To Make As Coronavirus Cases MultiplyFrom your children's school, to your place of work, to your own home, the virus has the potential to interrupt everyday lives in some way. And having a plan is what health experts want people to create.
Applying For REAL ID? Come Prepared With Documents And Endless PatienceHundreds of thousands of Minnesotans have discovered there's a long wait for REAL IDs.
Police: 1 Killed, 1 Injured In Overnight Minneapolis ShootingAccording to Minneapolis police, officers responded around 2 a.m. to the 400 block of 2nd Avenue North after receiving a report that someone had been shot.
'Just Be Brave': Sisters Who Survived Heart Transplants Offer Advice To Others On Transplant JourneyTwo sisters say they are grateful for the unique, life-saving bond they share.
19-Year-Old In Fatal St. Paul Shooting Identified As Marcus JohnsonPolice spent hours gathering evidence early Sunday morning, but haven't made an arrest.
Man Killed In St. Paul Shooting Saturday NightA man was killed late Saturday night after a shooting in St. Paul, authorities say.
'Senseless Is An Understatement': Family Remembers Tommie McCoy, Man Fatally Shot On Minneapolis BusRelatives of a man shot to death on a Metro Transit bus in downtown Minneapolis said he was on the verge of restarting his life.
The Coronavirus Outbreak's Impact On Gas Prices, Car Parts, Hi-Tech ProductsThe coronavirus outbreak in China has led to a drop in crude oil prices, which has a ripple effect in the United States.
St. Paul Pharmacy Sells Out Face Masks Amidst Flu OutbreaksThe latest numbers from the Minnesota Department of Health show hospitalizations from the flu are up compared to this time last year, 43 people have died including a child.
Plea Deal Yields No Jail Time For George Jensen, 82, Who Hurt 5 People In North Mpls. Bus Shelter Crash82-year-old George Jensen, the man who crashed his van into a north Minneapolis bus shelter, may not go to jail despite seriously hurting several people.
Minnesotans Suffering Through Grayest January On RecordMuch of Minnesota has experienced had eight-straight cloudy days, putting a dull exclamation point on what's been the gloomiest January on record.
'What Is Going On Here?': M Health Fairview Cuts At St. Paul Hospitals Alarming Staff, CommunityHealth care could soon become harder to find in the Twin Cities.
14,000 Minneapolis Students Could Change Schools In District RedesignFive different proposals could lead to roughly 14,000 Minneapolis students changing schools.
'It's Tragic…Just Tragic': Minnesota Basketball Fans React To Kobe Bryant’s DeathMany people across the Twin Cities, from children to adults, laced up their basketball shoes Sunday just minutes after learning of Kobe Bryant's death.
'People Are Getting Help': Mom Creates 'Life Coin' After 1st Responder Son Dies By SuicideA Twin Cities mother is on a mission to make sure other parents of first responders don't feel her pain.