15-Car Crash Prompts Closure Of Highway 169 In The Northwest MetroBoth lanes of Highway 169 were closed in the northwest metro Wednesday morning following a crash involving 15 vehicles.
Brooklyn Center Residents Stepping Up During Crisis: 'There's An Energy Around This Community'Brooklyn Center is being put in a national spotlight, and that's bringing out the best in many who live there.
VIDEO: 'Hot Rodders' Close Down Part Of I-94's Lowry Tunnel In MinneapolisHot rodding is a sight rarely seen on highways, but it is one that took over city streets several times last year.
Minnesota Clinics Report Majority Of COVID Hospitalizations Are Under 65 Years Old NowFor the first time since the start of the pandemic, the CentraCare health care system in Central Minnesota says 70% of their hospitalizations are patients are under the age of 65.
Police: Woman Found Dead In St. Paul ApartmentSt. Paul police are investigating the city's 10th homicide of the year Tuesday evening in the North End neighborhood.
Derek Chauvin Trial, April 13: Defense's Expert Witness Says Use Of Force Against George Floyd 'Justified'For the first time since the start of the murder trial for Derek Chauvin, jurors heard witnesses say Tuesday the former police officer did the right thing.
No Cases Of ‘Exceedingly Rare’ Blood Clots From Johnson & Johnson Vaccine In MN, But Providers Asked To Pause DosesJust 184,000 of the state’s residents have had the "one and done" vaccine out of the more than 3.4 million total shots administered here.
'He Was Our Angel': Families Of Daunte Wright, George Floyd Gather In SolidarityThe family of George Floyd left the courtroom to stand in solidarity, extending their hands to a family mourning Wright's loss.
Daunte Wright Shooting: Minneapolis, St. Paul Among Metro Cities Voluntarily Extending CurfewMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz says he will not be mandating an extension of the curfew that was put in place Monday following the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright.
Derek Chauvin Trial, April 13 Live Updates: Defense's Use-Of-Force Expert Says Chauvin Didn't Use Deadly ForceAs the Derek Chauvin trial is expected to move into its next phase on Tuesday, with the defense beginning to call witnesses, one question hangs over the proceedings: Will the former Minneapolis police officer take the stand and explain to jurors why he knelt on George Floyd's neck?
Daunte Wright Killing: Officer Kim Potter, Police Chief Resign; Potter May Soon Face Criminal ChargesMike Elliott, the city's first Black mayor, announced Monday night that the City Council had fired the city manager and voted to give the mayor's office “command authority” over the police force.
On First Anniversary Of Mother's Death, Karl-Anthony Towns To Sit Out Game Vs. NetsKarl-Anthony Towns is set to miss Tuesday's rescheduled game against the Brooklyn Nets as he marks a year since his mother, Jacqueline Towns, died of COVID-19.
Lynx Season Starts May 14 At Home Against MercuryThe Minnesota Lynx announced Tuesday the team's season will begin at Target Center on May 14.
Fmr. President Obama On Daunte Wright Shooting: 'A Reminder Of Just How Badly We Need To Reimagine Policing'Former President Barack Obama is calling the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center “yet another senseless tragedy.”
Prosecution Rests, Defense Begins To Present Its Case In Derek Chauvin TrialThe prosecution has rested its case and the defense for a former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death is now presenting its case Tuesday.