No Arrests Yet In Shooting Death Of 12-Year-Old London Bean In MinneapolisPolice say "strong headway has been made on this case already," with several neighbors and eyewitnesses coming forward to be interviewed. Investigators are also reviewing security footage from the area. This was the 62nd homicide of the year in Minneapolis.
Free COVID Testing Again Available At Minneapolis Convention CenterReopening this popular testing site is another move by state leaders to keep people safe and slow the spread of the Delta variant as the school year kicks into high gear.
School Year Begins For Many Minnesota StudentsTuesday marks the first day of school for thousands of Minnesota kids, including Anoka-Hennepin, the largest school district in the state. More than 30,000 students are returning to the classroom there.
MDH Reports Rise In Vaccine Breakthrough Cases, Reopens Testing SitesMDH says it's happening because more people are getting vaccinated, so more of the cases will be among vaccinated people.
Is It Legal For Minnesota Businesses To Require That Workers Be Vaccinated?Jill Hasday, a law professor at the University of Minnesota, believes vaccine mandates will become more prevalent in businesses following the Pfizer vaccine approval.
Parosmia: COVID Side Effect Can Make Food Smell Rancid, Last Up To 2 YearsOne of the long-term side effects of COVID-19 can be hard to swallow for some people. The condition is called parosmia, and it's where the smells and tastes of foods are distorted. In some cases, people experiencing parosmia can't even be in the same room as the foods that they once loved.
Everyone Feels The Rain Relief, But Does It Make A Difference For Minnesota Farmers?The rain comes as relief for more than just farmers. Marielle Mohs talks to Minnesotans who share the many challenges of our drought.
COVID In Minnesota: U Of M Students Say They'll Wear Masks To Avoid Going Back To Remote LearningThe U of M made the decision to enforce mask wearing indoors going into the new school year after COVID-19 cases of the new Delta variant started spreading throughout the state.
St. Paul Gymnast Suni Lee Wins Gold Medal In All-Around CompetitionSuni Lee has won the women's all-around gymnastics gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics.
State Fair Security Plan Approved, Includes Metal Detectors At GatesSheriff Fletcher says this partnership makes the most sense since they have the largest number of resources and it will not impact patrolling the rest of Ramsey County.
Twin Cities Pride Returns With Sold Out Events, Following Year Of CancellationsTwin Cities Pride says they plan to have everything back and more next year because it will be their 50th year, and they want it to be the biggest year yet.
Metro Transit Announces $4 Million Annual Safety Investment As Ridership Slowly ReturnsWith people returning to work, and venues moving toward full capacity, Metro Transit says it’s investing millions of dollars into safety.
Uptown Community Garden Removed Over Concerns Of Continued UnrestThe owners of the Seven Points development announced Wednesday that they’re removing the garden over concerns of violence, property destruction, arson, and noise ordinance violations in the area.
Delta Variant's Spread And Why Minnesota Is Avoiding The Surge So FarThe Delta variant is now the most common strain of COVID in the United States.
With 5 Kids Shot In North Minneapolis In 2 Months, Community Begs For Halt To Gun ViolenceNorth Minneapolis community and church leaders gathered Sunday afternoon -- a block from where a 3-year-old child was shot playing outside Friday night -- to demand and beg for the gun violence to end.