Man Shot In Chest, Arm Near Como Avenue In St. PaulA man is in critical condition after being shot multiple times Thursday night in St. Paul.
Man Suffers Gunshot Wound To Face Near East Lake Street In MinneapolisMinneapolis police are investigating after a man was shot in the cheek Thursday evening near East Lake Street.
Anthony Watson ID'd As Man Fatally Stabbed On METRO Blue Line Light Rail TrainA passenger could soon face charges in a deadly stabbing aboard a METRO Blue light rail train early Thursday morning.
International Gamers In Twin Cities For 1st-Ever Call Of Duty League TournamentSome of the top gamers in the world are in the Twin Cities this weekend to find out who's best in the league.
'Shame On You': Hit-And-Run Driver Who Struck Teen Getting On Edina School Bus Still At LargeAn Edina high school student is home recovering after being hit by a car Thursday morning.
Minnesota Disease Expert Says Coronavirus Spread Unlikely But Would Have High ConsequenceThe deadly virus that is shutting down entire cities and crippling travel on the lunar new year holiday weekend has made its way to the U.S.
Hopkins' Basketball Phenom Kerwin Walton Keeps College Scouts GuessingKerwin Walton is the most sought-after senior basketball player in the state who has not committed yet to a college.
Teen Won't Be Able To Walk At Graduation Unless He Cuts His DreadlocksA Texas family is threatening legal action against their local school district after their teen son was told he couldn't walk at graduation because of his hair.
'Oh No! Awful Poster': Hospital Sign About Using Phones Around Babies Divides ParentsA British hospital set off a debate on social media after it placed posters in its neonatal unit urging parents to look at their babies, and not their phones, while feeding.
Dog With 'Wonky' Face Finds Forever Home After Initial Owner Returned HimA dog with a permanently slanted "wonky" face has finally found a loving home after a shelter received hundreds of adoption requests.
Report: 'Forever Chemicals' Contaminate Drinking Water In Dozens Of CitiesThe contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made "forever chemicals" is far worse than previously estimated, an environmental group reported on Wednesday.