New Delivery Service Brings Minnesota Farm Foods To Your Doorstep"I think people figured out that I have great food right here in Minnesota,” said Bruce Waugh. “Everything about the supply chain issues that we heard about are less of a problem when it's local.”
Hopkins Junior High Students Send Solar Energy To Kenyan Villages In NeedOn Friday, 60 students at Hopkins West Junior High learned just how powerful the sun can be.
Demetrius Wynne Sentenced To 27 Years In Prison For Killing Susan SpillerA 21-year-old Minneapolis man will spend decades in prison for killing his neighbor inside her home.
The Death Of Lily Peters: Boy Taken Into Custody; Police Say He 'Was Known To The Victim'"The suspect was not a stranger," said Police Chief Matt Kelm. "We do not believe there is any danger to the community at this time."
Crews Work To Replace As Many As 100 Emerald Ash Borer-Infested Trees In Apple ValleyAmong the signs that your trees have been infested with emerald ash borer: pay attention to the bark. If it looks like, where the bark should be, it's exposed, that's usually a sign of an infestation. Also if you see small holes drilled into the tree would be another sign.
84-Year-Old Stillwater Woman Stands Up To Carjacker's Demands, Escapes AlivePolice in Stillwater say an elderly woman was assaulted during a carjacking earlier this month.
Minneapolis Yards Uprooted By Hungry Large Critters After Snow MeltIt's about time for spring yard work to begin, but some Minneapolis neighbors are facing backyards uprooted, left with big patches of dirt.
Travelers Divided Over Ditching Masks On Public Transit After Federal Mandate DroppedA federal judge in Florida struck down the national mask mandate covering airlines and other public transportation Monday, and the Biden administration said the rule would not be enforced while federal agencies decide how to respond to the judge's order.
Lakeville North Student Sydney Kohner ID'd As Teen Killed In Burnsville CrashFriends are remembering 16-year-old Sydney Kohner, who they say had a bubbly high energy that brought people together.
Minnesota Twins Postpone Home Opener Due To Wintry WeatherThe team was supposed to be celebrating the kickoff to the season at Thursday's game. However, due to the blustery weather conditions, the team says the home opener will now happen Friday instead.
Twins Consider Postponing Opening Day Due To WeatherThe Twins are considering postponing the first game of the season; they'll make their final decision no later than Wednesday at 3 p.m.
House Dems Release $1.1B Education Plan, With Focus On Mental Health, More Educators Of ColorThe House Democrats cited the recent teachers strike Minneapolis, and the threat of one in St. Paul, as prime examples of how schools do not have the funding they need to create stable learning environments for their students.
Women's Final Four In Minneapolis Inspires Young Basketball StarsPlayers at Hopkins High School and Minnehaha Academy are heartened by the increased attention Paige Bueckers and the Final Four are bringing to women's basketball.
With Strike Over, Minneapolis Students Back In School TuesdayThere were many hugs and waves as teachers and students reunited.
Teachers Return To Work Monday After Union Officially Ratifies New ContractMinneapolis Public Schools and MFT reached tentative contract agreements early Friday morning. The contract was ratified over the weekend.