With Natural Gas Prices Rising, What Are Efficient Ways To Keep Out The Cold?It won't be long before many Twin Cities homeowners feel the chill of freezing temperatures at night. That likely means heating systems will be cranked.
Teen, 15, Shot Near Minneapolis Park While Sibling Played In Youth Football GameA 15-year-old boy is in critical condition Tuesday evening after being shot near a south Minneapolis park, where his sibling was playing in a youth football game.
FBI Report Details 'Alarming' Rise In Attacks On Law Enforcement“We need to have sort of a common resolve that violence is not acceptable, whether it’s against a community members, or it’s against law enforcement or the rule of law,” FBI Special Agent Michael Paul said.
A Week After Mass Shooting, Seventh Street Truck Park Reopens In St. PaulThe 7th Street Truck Park, the St. Paul bar where a deadly mass shooting took place a little over a week ago, has reopened.
Rob Gill Is On A Mission To Keep Traditional Indigenous Mortician Care Alive“Customs, traditions, heritage. To be stripped of that, and then to have that be available to you, it kind of, it helps you bring closure, as a Native, a person," Rob Gill said.
'People Have Shown Up': Nurse's Plea For Break Room Upgrade Receives Overwhelming Community ResponsePediatric ICU nurse Grace Brooks says the past few months have been very challenging. She put out a call Sunday on her Nextdoor App asking neighbors and strangers if they would be interested in giving her unit's hospital break room a little upgrade. The response was overwhelming.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz Announces Bid For Re-Election“The fight’s not over but we got the ball back,” Gov. Tim Walz said in his video announcement. “We’re on offense and we’re making progress. But the same people who blocked us are trying to take us backwards."
William Jones Pleads Guilty To Murdering Girlfriend On Red Lake Indian ReservationA northern Minnesota man pleaded guilty to murdering a woman in 2019 on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.
Nastaaja Johnson Uses Aerial Arts To Train Young Hearts And Minds In MinneapolisAerial arts are compelling to watch and often hard to turn away from. Now, a north Minneapolis woman is using the circus skill to strengthen young women's bodies and minds.
State Auditor: St. Paul School Lost $4.3 Million In Risky Hedge Fund InvestmentA state auditor's investigation concluded that Hmong College Prep Academy didn't follow Minnesota law when it invested $5 million into a hedge fund.
Man Killed In Single-Car Ham Lake CrashA single-car crash in the north metro Monday afternoon left one man dead.
Ice Castles Returning To New Brighton This WinterAfter a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ice Castles are returning to the Twin Cities.
Sen. Tina Smith To Vote Against Policing Ballot Question, Saying It 'May Well Move Us In The Wrong Direction'"My own experience working in City Hall tells me that this change will exacerbate what is a deeply flawed city governance structure, where accountability, authority and lines of responsibility between the Mayor and City Council are diffused and dysfunctional."
None Hurt After Crews Knock Down Fire At Duluth Homeless EncampmentNo one was hurt Monday after flames engulfed a large homeless encampment under Interstate 35 in Duluth.
This Virtual Minneapolis Took A Local High Schooler 770 Hours To BuildOver the course of a year, Matthew Ye spent hundreds of hours recreating Minneapolis in the video game Cities: Skylines.