'He Immediately Just Spit In My Face': Man Accused Of Racist DoorDash Driver Assault Denies It Ever HappenedThe man accused of assaulting and shouting racial slurs at a DoorDash delivery driver says he has proof the alleged attack never happened.
'She Gave A Whole Lot': Friends Of Susan Spiller React To Murder Charges Against Demetrius WynnePolice believe Demetrius Wynne broke into next-door neighbor Susan Spiller's north Minneapolis home and violently attacked and killed her in 2015.
Police Execute Search Warrant At Same Bloomington Home Where Missing Man William Albrecht Was Last SeenFriends of missing 29-year-old William Albrecht say the home that Bloomington and Minneapolis police served a warrant at Tuesday was the last place he was seen last week.
Sibley Student Da’Qwan Jones-Morris Laid To Rest, St. Paul Community Talks Public SafetyThe funeral was held on Saturday afternoon at Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, the same church where Jones-Morris was baptized and sang in the youth choir.
'Unjustifiable Mistake': Mpls. Officials Say City’s Backlog Of Untested Rape Kits Is Around 1,700Minneapolis officials announced Friday that the city’s untested rape kit backlog is at around 1,700, not 194 as initially reported in 2015.
Bloomington Residents Push Back Against Proposed $85M Community CenterSome Bloomington residents are pushing back against a proposal that would change the face of a popular park.
Video Shows Moments Leading Up To Isak Aden's Fatal Police ShootingNo charges will be filed against one Eagan police officer and four Bloomington officers who shot and killed 23-year-old Isak Aden during a standoff this summer.
State Representative Will Push For Changes To Hate Crime LawsRep. Hornstein believes new legislation is needed. He was inspired to work towards change after several recent bias crimes in the area.
'It Was A Life-Or-Death Situation': Brooklyn Park Man Speaks Out After Vaping-Related HospitalizationA Brooklyn Park man was hospitalized for 19 days this fall because of a vaping illness. He shares his experience with WCCO's Mary McGuire.
'We Need To Try Something Different': 1st Of 3 Community Meetings Held On St. Paul Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders and concerned residents gathered Thursday to tackle the city’s problem with gun violence.
AED Saves Life At Southdale YMCA In EdinaA heart emergency can strike at any time to anyone. It's important people stay in tune with their body and look out for these warning signs.
Owatonna School Receives Grant For New Laundry Machines For StudentsThrowing in a load of laundry is a household chore many adults hate doing. But for some high school students, that simple task is not a possibility at home.
After Princeton's Polar Vortex Outage, Xcel Energy Makes System Upgrades Ahead Of Cold MonthsDuring one of the coldest snaps in recent memory, Xcel Energy made the decision to cut service to the Princeton area to reduce pressure on the rest of the system.
Trash Talking: Both Sides Of St. Paul Garbage Collection Fracas Face Off In DebateSt. Paul residents will soon decide whether or not the city's current trash collection ordinance will stay or go.
Family Marches For Distracted Driving Awareness In Anoka Halloween ParadeThe family of a woman killed in a crash with a semi-truck marched for distracted driving awareness in the Anoka Halloween Parade Saturday. Two years ago in September, Katie Burkey was killed on Highway 169 after her car was rear-ended. Since her death, her family has advocated for the Hands-Free Law and tougher distracted driving penalties.