'You Are Not Alone': Supporters Break Ground On Nation's 1st Sexual Assault Survivors Memorial In MinneapolisIt was a historic day in Minneapolis as survivors and supporters broke ground on the nation's first permanent memorial to survivors of sexual assault.
'He Martyred His Life For Others': School Shooting Hero Kendrick Castillo Honored By Knights Of Columbus In Mpls.A teenage hero who saved the lives of his Colorado classmates during a school shooting in May was honored Tuesday night in Minneapolis.
50 Years After F4 Tornado Devastated Outing, Town Still Bears ScarsAccording to the National Weather Service, it was nearly a mile and a half wide with sustained winds up to 260 miles per hour. In all, 12 people lost their lives; another 70 were injured.
'Family Helps Family': St. Paul Siblings Raising Money To Help Brother, Sister With Batten DiseaseFive siblings are spending their summer making a difference for a brother and sister in St. Paul with a rare terminal disorder.
ICE Protesters Gather At Federal Building Complex Near Fort SnellingA protest is underway Tuesday afternoon outside a federal building complex near Fort Snelling.
Departed Department Of Corrections Official Accused Of Leaking Information A Minnesota corrections official who resigned recently is accused of leaking private internal data as well as lobbying for her husband's nonprofit.
Why Are Dead Fish Floating, Washing Ashore On Twin Cities Lakes?It's something the DNR calls fish kill. It typically happens when it's hot and after a lot of rain, where nutrient runoff enters a lake. It can also occur during spawning and from bacteria.
Hundreds Gather To Remember Officer Joe Gomm A Year After His DeathA mix of deep grief and gratitude for the life of Officer Joseph Gomm encircled the flag Thursday outside Stillwater Prison.
'It's Time For Them To Get Their Act Together': Company Fined Over Pollution-Control EquipmentA Twin Cities plant that released a toxic chemical into the air for years faces new fines.
'Up To Us To Be His Voice': Family Of Late CO Joe Gomm Pledge To Continue His WorkThe family of the first corrections officer to die in the line of duty in Minnesota is still reeling from his death, nearly one year later.
25th Anniversary Of Basilica Block Party Kicks Off FridayThe grounds surrounding the Basilica of St. Mary transform each July for what organizers call an unconventional block party. The concert draws some of the biggest names in music to the steps of the Minneapolis church.
6 Injured, 3 Critically After Van Slams Into Minneapolis Bus ShelterSix people were injured Tuesday morning -- including three critically -- after a Ford conversion van slammed into a Metro Transit bus shelter in north Minneapolis.
Woman Remembers Being Swept Away By F4 Tornado That Killed 12 In 1969"Like a rug got pulled out from under us. You're jerked and you're moving at a high speed and you know you've been picked up by a tornado."
Behind The Scenes With CBS Sports At The 3M OpenMany of the best golfers in the world are competing in the first-ever 3M Open -- and CBS Sports is on-site to cover it all.
2 Killed, 1 Injured After Medical Helicopter Crashes At Brainerd Airport A longtime nurse and grandmother is among the victims of a medical helicopter crash in northern Minnesota. Nurse Deb Schott and a pilot died when their North Memorial Health helicopter crashed in foggy weather overnight.