‘It’s Kind Of Surreal’: Edina Native Tommy Doyle Awaits Possible NFL Draft PickMarshall, Minnesota native and quarterback Trey Lance was selected 3rd overall by the San Francisco 49ers. And a few more Minnesotans could hear their name called before it's all said and done.
How College Law Enforcement Programs In Minnesota Are ChangingAs lawmakers discuss potential changes to policing, Minnesota community colleges have already made their own changes.
Businesses In Northern Minnesota Prepare For Another Summer With Canadian Border ClosedFor the second straight year, Minnesotans are adapting to a closed Canadian border.
Froggy's Cotton Candy Bar Makes Life In Le Sueur A Little SweeterHeading to the local bar has another meaning in a southern Minnesota town.
St. Cloud Police Chief Reflects On 'Tension-Filled' YearSt. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson doesn’t mince words when reflecting on the past year. He said his heart breaks for families who’ve lost a loved one during a police encounter. But he’s frustrated that his profession has become a target for some groups.
'It Could Be A Different Place': How Climate Change Could Affect Lake Superior's FutureAs old as it is, Lake Superior is still evolving.
'I Hope That Love Will Be Spread': Minnesota High School Students Walk Out Of Classes To Call For Racial JusticeStudents at a number of Minnesota schools organized walkouts Monday.
'That's What's Going To Happen': Brooklyn Center PD Protesters Speak Out After Being ArrestedThursday afternoon, dozens of protesters were released from the Hennepin County Jail.
White Bear Lake High School Students Walk Out After Students Receive Racist MessagesStudents at White Bear Lake High School walked out of class Friday morning, to protest what they say is the school administration’s lack of attention to racial issues.
The Legend Of Dorothy Molter, The Root Beer Lady Of The North WoodsThe Land of 10,000 Lakes has no shortage of legends, and deep in the north woods of St. Louis County, you’ll find another one: Dorothy Molter.
YMCA Offers Overnight Camps Again This Summer, After Curtailing During Pandemic's Early MonthsThe Y will require a negative COVID test from campers who attend an overnight camp. They are also encouraging staff to get vaccinated, and they’ll implement other safety measures.