Family Reliving Loss Of Loved One After Convicted DWI Driver Involved In New Crash“It happened in the blink of an eye, and Kevin had no time to react except to swerve, and he took the blunt of the impact,” Rich Lovdal said.
Educators Say They're Hopeful A Deal Is Near In Minneapolis StrikeTeachers rallied outside the Governor's residence, using words like promising when talking about the ongoing mediation. It's the first real movement we've heard from the negotiating team.
'I Don't Want This To Happen Again': Protester Who Lost Eye From Minneapolis Police Projectile Reaches $2.4M Settlement“This morning I woke up and wiped blood out of my eye, and I’ve done that every morning for the past two years,” Stevenson said. “It impacts me every day, and it will continue to impact me every day.”
VIDEO: Campus Bus Crashes Into Acadia Restaurant In Minneapolis’ West BankNo one was hurt when a University of Minnesota bus crashed into a restaurant and music venue on Minneapolis’ West Bank early Tuesday afternoon.
After Pollution Fiasco, MPCA & Ramsey Co. Enter Joint Powers AgreementMistakes that may have led to a manufacturing plant putting the community in danger are being remedied.
Minnesota Veteran To Travel To Poland To Help Families Fleeing UkraineA Minnesota father is heading to Poland to help families fleeing Ukraine. Brady Atherton served in the National Guard and says he felt called to go.
While Parents Worry, Minneapolis Teachers Hit The Picket LineMinneapolis public school teachers hit the picket lines on Tuesday, calling for better wages and “safe and stable schools,” as parents found themselves facing an uncertainty that’s become all too familiar during the coronavirus pandemic.
Morris Day Says Prince Estate Preventing Him From Using The Time's Band NameMorris Day and Prince created the band back in 1981. Some of their biggest hits, including "The Bird" and "Jungle Love," were heavily featured in Prince's 1984 film "Purple Rain."
'I’ve Never Run Into A Case That's Not Solvable': Meet Minneapolis Police's Top Homicide InvestigatorMore families lost a loved one to violence last year than in any year since Minneapolis was dubbed "Murderapolis" in 1995. The city's longtime head of homicide says one reason for the spike is the number of guns on the street.
As CDC Relaxes Mask Guidance, Some MN Businesses Already Making Changes: 'It's A Positive Sign'A big shift from the CDC. The agency just announced their mask rules will be relaxed. This as local communities make changes, too.
Minnesota Freedom Fund's New Leadership Discusses Accountability In Paying Bail For Those Who Can't Afford ItThe Minnesota Freedom Fund pays bail and immigration bonds for those who can’t afford it. But some have questioned the group's accountability.
Tracking The Teen Duo Accused Of Prolific, Violent Metro Carjacking SpreeTwo teenagers accused of carrying out a violent carjacking spree face more than 30 charges combined.
The Death Of Amir Locke: Former MPD SWAT Commander Gives Perspective On High-Risk Warrant ProcedureFormer Commander Scott Gerlicher’s, who oversaw the Minneapolis police SWAT team until last year, offer his perspective of what unfolded
Police Arrest Mekhi Speed, 17, In Case That Led To Amir Locke's Shooting DeathA source from the St. Paul Police Department tells WCCO that they have arrested a homicide suspect from the case that ultimately led to the death of Amir Locke last week inside a downtown Minneapolis apartment. The charging documents against the suspect indicate that he was Locke's cousin.
Twin Cities Carjacking Crisis: A Closer Look At The Data“There isn’t a perception to not do this crime because people aren’t worried about the consequences when they do,” said St. Paul Police Assistant Chief Robert Thomasser.