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.
Minneapolis Educators Strike, Day 16: Negotiations Appear Stalled After District Gives 'Final Offer'The Minneapolis school district says it's made its best and final offer to get educators back in the classroom after more than two weeks of being on strike.
Ukrainian Ballet Director In The Twin Cities Puts Her Pain Into PerformanceA Ukrainian ballet teacher has been making a name for herself in the Twin Cities for the last two decades. Julia Levina has been the artistic director La Danse Fatale pre-professional ballet company, part of the Dance Arts Centre studio in Chanhassen.
Minnesotans Now Able To Smoke Medical Marijuana Starting Monday, people in Minnesota's medical marijuana program will be able to legally smoke it.
Harsher Penalties For Carjackings Key Part Of House GOP's Public Safety PlanRepublican lawmakers in the Minnesota House outlined Tuesday a public safety plan that includes a crackdown on crime and harsher penalties for carjackings.
Walz Pitches $300M Public Safety PlanThe $300 million would be invested in every city, country and tribe with a police department across the state.
Mekhi Speed Appears In Court TuesdaySpeed is the suspect named in the warrant that prompted the raid earlier this month in which police shot and killed Amir Locke.
Walz Meets With Mpls. Leaders, Touting Increased State Patrol PresenceNeighbors are demanding change and solutions to the rising gun violence in north Minneapolis.
A Year On, Community Continues To Honor Victims Of Buffalo Clinic ShootingThroughout Buffalo on Wednesday, people will find a number of events to honor Lindsay Overbay, the woman who was killed, and the four others that were hurt.
Students Protest Amir Locke Killing, Demand Lawmakers Ban No-Knock WarrantsStudents in the Twin Cities walked out of class Tuesday in protest of the police killing of Amir Locke.
Help For The Helpers: Travel Nurses Are Necessary, But Come At High Cost For HospitalsTravel health care workers are being sent all over to provide some help and relief, but it’s coming at a high cost for hospitals.
Gov. Walz To Announce Plans To Help Minnesota SchoolsState leaders are expected to lay out more support for Minnesota schools Tuesday.
'I Know That I Did Wrong': School Bus Driver Gets Over 3 Years For Hitting, Killing Woman In Brooklyn ParkA school bus driver was sentenced Monday to over three years in prison for hitting and killing a woman in Brooklyn Park in March of 2020.
Minneapolis Public Schools Return To In-Person LearningOn Monday, all Minneapolis Public School students will be back in the classroom after more than two weeks of online learning.
Procession Outside Minnesota Capitol Honors Victims Of Domestic ViolenceA memorial car procession rolled in front of the Minnesota State Capitol building on Tuesday to honor the 25 known victims of domestic violence killed in the last year in Minnesota.