'Sweden Is An Outlier': Minnesota Native Weighs In On Sweden's Approach To COVID-19 PandemicFor the first time since March, Sweden reported no new deaths from COVID-19. That country's controversial approach to the global pandemic has been under the microscope for months.
Homeless Veterans On The Road To Permanent Shelter With Help From MACVDale Rumble wanted to help the community and he did by providing security for people who used 38th and Chicago as a place of healing and unity, but that place of peace would turn violent at night.
Carlton Troutman Gets 45-Month Stayed Sentence In Hit-And-Run Crash That Injured Kyla AvantThe verdict indicates that, so long as Troutman abides by the conditions of his probation, he should not serve prison time.
#IRide4Them: Cyclist Riding 846 Miles To Honor Black People Killed By Police In MinnesotaFor most people, riding a bicycle 84.6 miles in a single day is a grueling athletic feat. The distance is more than halfway between Minneapolis and Duluth. But it’s what a young Black cyclist is doing for 10 days straight to honor Black people killed by police in Minnesota.
Resiliency In The Twin Cities: St. Paul's Midway Goodwill Store ReopensSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, Councilwoman Mitra Jalali and other company and city leaders said this is one big step for the people who work here and the community they serve.v
Qorsho Hassan Named 2020 Minnesota Teacher Of The YearMinnesota has a new top teacher.
Wisconsin's State Fair Drive-Thru Gives Glimpse Of What Minnesotans Can Expect From 'Food Parade'The Wisconsin State Fair drive-through experience is up and running, giving Minnesotans a taste of what the Great Minnesota Get-Together's food parade could look like.
Why Didn't Minneapolis, St. Paul Ever Become One City?St. Paul become a city in 1854. For Minneapolis, it was 1867. More than 150 years, later the Twin Cities are two distinct places.
'It Won't Be Normal': Waiting List Grows For North St. Paul Catholic School With In-Person ClassesA private Catholic school in North St. Paul has built up a waiting list for enrollment with families who don't want to start the year in hybrid or distance learning.
Burglary Suspect Killed, Passenger Seriously Hurt In Dakota Co. Rollover CrashA burglary suspect is dead after a rollover crash in Dakota County Thursday morning, which also left a woman seriously injured.
Almost 30 Test Positive For COVID-19 After Attending Funeral In Becker CountyIt's human nature to want to gather and grieve together when someone you lose someone close to you, but the COVID-19 pandemic is making that more difficult.
One Year After Deadly Fridley Car Fire, Family Remembers Ty'rah White's EnergyThursday marks one year since two sisters were caught in a car fire in a Fridley Walmart parking lot.
'Blackness At Your Fingertips': New App Seeks To Connect, Inform Twin Cities Black CommunityA new app is being designed to create a space where Black Minnesotans can be "Plugged" into the community.
Teacher, Anxious About School Plan, Interrupts Gov. Walz Press ConferenceReflecting the anxiety so many Minnesotans are feeling right now, Gov. Tim Walz was holding a news conference on COVID-19 relief when a middle school teacher shouted at him on Thursday.
Back To School Q&A: What Happens If A COVID-19 Case Is Confirmed In A Classroom?State guidance says close contacts will be quarantined at home for two weeks if there's a known exposure occurs in a classroom.