Minneapolis City Council Approves New Public Safety Ballot Language After Judge Struck Down Previous QuestionMinneapolis residents were set to vote this fall on whether the city's police department should be replaced by a Department of Public Safety.
3 Ex-MPD Officers Ask Judge To Block Streaming Of Trial In George Floyd's DeathAttorneys for three former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death asked a judge Thursday to bar their upcoming trial from being livestreamed, saying some witnesses won’t testify if the proceedings are broadcast.
Shakopee Couple Accused Of Running 'Very Classic' $18M Ponzi Scheme“They’re alleging a very classic Ponzi scheme, much modeled after [Bernie] Madoff,” attorney Doug Kelley said.
'This Shouldn't Be Normal': Mykia Carpenter Recovering After Being Shot In The Neck In UptownA recent high school graduate could forever lose her voice after she was hit by a stray bullet in Uptown early Thursday morning.
'Everything Was All Burned Out': Video Shows Destructive Power Of Greenwood Fire In Northern MNAs the Greenwood Fire gains ground in northern Minnesota, a camera captured its flames moving towards one man's cabin.
U Of M's New Class Of Med Students Inspired By Pandemic Health Care WorkersPassionate and diverse. That's how many are describing the new class of medical students at the University of Minnesota.
The Push For Transparency In Minnesota Lawmaker Residency: 'There's Clearly Really A Problem Here'Does your state lawmaker live in the district they represent?
Brett Favre Urges Young Athletes To Delay Tackle Football Participation In New PSAOne of the biggest names in pro football has a message for young players: Part of the game can wait.
COVID In Minnesota: Some Immunocompromised Minnesotans Could Soon Get Booster ShotSome immunocompromised Minnesotans should be able to get a third dose of the vaccine as soon as this weekend.
Doctors See Rise In Pregnant Woman With COVID, Encourage VaccinationTwin Cities doctors are concerned over seeing a rise in pregnant women becoming sick with COVID-19.
'They're Not Happy With The Job': Minnesota Police Chiefs Speak Out On Staffing IssuesWCCO took a closer look at how retention and recruitment are plaguing police departments across Minnesota.