Police Investigating Homicide In North MinneapolisThe shooting happened on the 2000 block of West Broadway Avenue before 10 p.m.
What Absentee Voters Should Do If Their Ballots Have Already Been MailedGov. Tim Walz and Secretary of State Steve Simon recommend voting in person early or on Election Day, or dropping off mail-in ballots in person.
Trump Rallies In Rochester, With Spillover From 250 Capacity Showing Support Outside"Just because he’s a goomba and a rich guy doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have the heart and soul of an American," Tom Blondelle said.
Joe Biden Returns To Minnesota In Final Days Of Presidential CampaignFriday afternoon, held a socially distanced drive-in car rally for invited supporters. His visit was added to his schedule just yesterday as polls show a tightening race.
Anoka 100th Halloween Parade And Traditions Continue, With Safety ChangesThe Halloween parade typically draws over 60,000 people each year, packing Main Street, but this year large group gathering restrictions are preventing that from happening.
How Minnesota's Historic Bonding Bill Aims To Create Affordable HousingThe passing of the largest bonding bill in Minnesota history includes money for affordable housing.
Brian Williams Pleads Guilty In Magazine Sales Fraud That Bilked Elderly Victims Of $29MBrian James Williams, 51, was the first to plea guilty in what Minnesota U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald called the largest elder fraud scheme in the country.
St. Paul Schools Says Distance Learning To Stay In Place Until At Least Mid-JanuaryThe district said that it would not be transitioning students from Pre-K through 12th grade to a hybrid model until Jan. 19, 2021 at the earliest.
Fatal Crash Closes Highway 8 In Lindstrom Friday AfternoonThe State Patrol says the crash has shut down Highway 8 at Lincoln Road, and it will remain closed "for an extended period of time.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Another Day Of Record COVID-19 Cases With More Than 3,100 Infections ReportedAhead of last-minute campaign stops Friday in Minnesota by both major presidential candidates, state health officials reported 3,165 new COVID-19 cases, marking the second day in a row where case numbers broke daily records. Also, 18 more people have died from the virus.
Appeals Court: MN Absentee Ballots Received After Election Day Must Be SeparatedThe decision is likely to create voter confusion, with people who haven't returned their absentee ballots scrambling to make sure their votes count.
Stores Launch Black Friday Sales Earlier Over Changes In Shopping HabitsConsumer Reports predicts that online sales will grow by 25% to 35% between November and January.
Need An Escape? Fly The Friendly Skies With No Engine And Only Calm And SerenityDuring World War II, President Roosevelt called the president of Carleton College to see if the school would help with pilot training. That’s how Stanton Airfield was born.
With Minnesota Breaking Daily COVID Records, Are Hospitals Ready?More people are in Minnesota hospitals with COVID right now than at any other point during the pandemic.
District 196 Rolling Back To Distance Learning Due To Rise In COVID CasesThe school board voted Thursday evening to start the distance learning model Nov. 12.