7 St. Paul Public Schools Move To Distance LearningSeven St. Paul Public Schools will temporarily move to online learning next week.
Suspects Arrested In Uptown Shooting, Williams Closes IndefinitelyTwo suspects have been arrested in connection to a shooting in Uptown on Friday morning.
Minnesota Man With COVID Dies After Legal Battle Over VentilatorA Buffalo man who had been battling COVID-19 on a ventilator has died days after he was moved to a Texas hospital amid a legal battle between his family and a Minnesota health care system.
Crews Battle Flames At Minneapolis Homeless EncampmentCrews battled a fire at a homeless encampment in Minneapolis early Friday morning.
Andre Kidd Accused Of Hitting Woman In Head With Claw HammerA Waite Park man faces charges after he allegedly hit a woman on the head with a claw hammer on Thursday.
Woman Killed In St. Paul's 4th Homicide Of 2022, Suspect ArrestedPolice in St. Paul have made an arrest in the city's fourth homicide of the year, which took place in the North End neighborhood early Saturday morning.
Barn Declared Total Loss After Fire In NowthenA barn in Nowthen has been declared a total loss after a fire on Friday evening.
Minnesota Weather: Odds Favoring Colder, Snowier Winter This YearTemperatures in Minnesota have been below average recently, and odds are favoring a colder and snowier winter given that it's the second weak La Niña year in a row.
Southern Minnesota Man Pleads Guilty To Impersonating Federal Officer On TikTokA southern Minnesota man pleaded guilty Friday to pretending to be a federal officer to his nearly 10,000 followers on TikTok.
'We Can’t Live In A Cave The Rest Of Our Lives’: Restaurants, Attorney Speak Out About Lawsuit Against City Of MinneapolisThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
Minnesota Comedian, Actor Louie Anderson Dies At 68Louie Anderson, an actor and comedian born in St. Paul, has died at the age of 68.
After Fighting COVID For Nearly 2 Years, Minnesota Health Care Workers Still Pushing Forward Despite Burnout, Frustration Burned out and frustrated. That's how some members of Minnesota’s medical community describe the situation inside Twin Cities hospitals nearly two years into the pandemic.
Republicans Call For Further Investigation Of Other COVID-Related Federal Funds After Feds Investigate Nonprofit For Alleged FraudState Republicans are calling for an audit of COVID spending after details emerged about a federal investigation into an alleged large-scale fraud scheme that diverted millions intended child nutrition programs to individuals who spent lavishly.
Thousands Lace Up For U.S. Pond Hockey Championships In MinneapolisThousands of hockey players from across the country and world are in Minneapolis for the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships.
1 Student, Driver Hospitalized After Van Collides With School Bus In New BrightonEmergency crews rescued a driver in the Twin Cities on Friday afternoon following a head-on crash between a van and a school bus.