Indigenous Bowl Brings 30+ Tribes, Communities Together At U.S. Bank Stadium “To be on the big stage, big stadium, play in front of all Indigenous players, and with all of them all over, it was a great opportunity," Devin Long Crow said.
Firefighters Hurt By Falling Porch During Minneapolis House FireThree firefighters were hurt Sunday evening when a porch partially collapsed on top of them during a house fire in south Minneapolis.
How Technology Can Help Police Track Down Stolen VehiclesThursday night, Minneapolis police said two young men robbed a woman at gunpoint and stole her Tesla in the Lowry Hill neighborhood. They later tracked down the vehicle and recovered the gun in south Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Students Walk Out Over High School's Handling Of Sexual Assault Allegations More than 100 students at Washburn High School walked out of class Friday to protest how the school is handling reports of a sexual assault.
'The Right Decision For Us': More Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants Requiring Proof Of VaccinationThe Omicron variant has created a renewed push for people to get their vaccinations. Additionally, more places are now requiring you to show proof you've gotten your shots.
Minneapolis Police Seek Help Identifying Suspect In Fatal Northside ShootingThe Minneapolis Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect connected to a fatal shooting earlier this week on the city's north side.
U.S. Bank Stadium Hosting Indigenous Bowl For Native American Athletes: 'This Is Only The Start To Something Big'Native American high school athletes from across the country will be heading to the U.S. Bank Stadium for the Indigenous Bowl this weekend.
Hennepin Theater Trust Buys Assets Of Brave New WorkshopThe theater grew into the nation's oldest sketch-comedy troupe, which helped launch the comedy careers of former Minnesota Sen. Al Franken, Louie Anderson, “The Daily Show” co-creator Lizz Winstead and screenwriter Pat Proft.
Car Crashes Into Minneapolis Convention CenterPolice say that an erratic driver first crashed into an occupied vehicle near 1st Avenue South and 15th Street East. The driver then crashed into a traffic pole, a city vehicle, two unoccupied vehicles, and a fence.
'A Team Of Rivals': Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Taps Critics For Working Group Focused On Curbing Violent CrimeMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is teaming up with some of his harshest critics to form a new commission to address the city's growing problem with violent crime.
Minneapolis Sees 90th, 91st Homicides Of 2021 After Violent NightTwo people were fatally shot Wednesday evening in north Minneapolis, inching the city closer to a grisly record set a quarter century ago.
U Of M Campus Alert: Person Shot In Leg In Cedar-Riverside NeighborhoodA University of Minnesota alert says one person was shot in the leg on Tuesday evening in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
'I Got A Second Chance': Sioux Falls Father Of 5 Gets Double-Lung Transplant After COVID DamageWhen COVID-19 ravaged Nathan Foote's lungs, a double-lung transplant was his only hope.
4 Ex-MPD Officers To Be Tried Together In Federal Case For George Floyd's Death, Judge RulesIn August, attorneys for J. Kueng and Tou Thao argued that their clients would be unfairly prejudiced if they went to trial alongside Chauvin. An attorney for Thomas Lane filed a motion asking to join in his co-defendants' request.
Gay 90's Disputes Woman's Claim That She Was Nearly Kidnapped From Minneapolis BarA viral video claims a woman was nearly kidnapped inside a downtown Minneapolis bar -- but the business says that's not true.