Sun Country Airlines Adding 18 Nonstop Flights This Winter; Destinations Include Florida, Cayman IslandsSun Country Airlines is adding 18 new nonstop routes this winter, offering several warm vacation destinations to Midwesterners who'll be ready to fly nearly two years after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
2 Adults, Infant Injured In Minneapolis ShootingThe Minneapolis Police Department is investigating after three people, including an infant, arrived at North Memorial Health hospital following a shooting Monday afternoon.
Congregation Of 107-Year-Old Minneapolis Church Gathers For 1st Mass Since Devastating Fire fire destroyed their church, but a Twin Cities community says their spirit is still as strong as ever.
Mpls. Police: Suspect In Death Of Yadhira Romero Martinez Arrested In OhioThe death of a 19-year-old woman has sent shockwaves through a close Minneapolis community.
Woman In Her 20s Found Dead At Home In Powderhorn Neighborhood; Death Ruled As HomicideInvestigators are treating a woman's death Friday in the Powderhorn neighborhood of Minneapolis as a homicide. 
No Injuries After Crews Battle Duplex Fire In MinneapolisA duplex in Minneapolis suffered heavy damage to its roof after a fire started around 5 a.m. Saturday.
'This Is Never Going To Be Over': WCCO Talks 1-On-1 With George Floyd's UncleIt's a name and a face known round the world, but few knew George Perry Floyd like his mother's brother, Selwyn Jones.
Derek Chauvin's Sentencing Date Set For June 16The sentencing date for Derek Chauvin has been set for June 16, following the former Minneapolis police officer's conviction on three counts in the murder of George Floyd.
Alternate Juror Speaks Out After Derek Chauvin's Conviction: 'Minnesota Has An Opportunity To Show Our Best'Two days after the Derek Chauvin verdict, one of the alternate jurors is speaking out.
Prince Fans Make Trek To Paisley Park On 5th Anniversary Of Star's DeathThis year marks the first time the urn containing Prince's remains has returned to the atrium for display to the public.
Police Chiefs Hail Chauvin Verdict As A Key Step To HealingNot long after a jury convicted former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin of killing George Floyd, police chiefs across the U.S. started speaking up. And it wasn't to defend the police.
With Chauvin Trial Over, 'Operation Safety Net' Prepares To Power Down Until SummerA day after the Derek Chauvin verdict, Operation Safety Net says it's sending troops and officers home.
Parishioners Salvaging Remains Of Historic Northeast Minneapolis Church After Devastating FireA church community is salvaging what it can after a fire earlier this week.
'The Fight Isn't Over': Minnesotans Continue To Emotionally Process Chauvin VerdictPeople around the world are processing what unfolded in Minneapolis Tuesday.
AG Merrick Garland Announces Probe Into Minneapolis Police PracticesThe investigation will examine practices used by police and whether the department engages in discriminatory practices and will examine the department’s handling of misconduct allegations.