Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender: Crime Spike Isn't Connected To Movement To Dismantle MPDLisa Bender, president of the Minneapolis City Council, is answering WCCO’s questions about crime and safety in the city.
Charges: Edith Okerlund Used Bike To Damage Car Owned By Lawyer Representing Ex-Officer In George Floyd TrialA 24-year-old Minneapolis woman is facing criminal charges in connection to damage caused to a vehicle owned by one of the lawyers representing the former police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
Crowd Damages Minneapolis Police Squad Car As Drivers Do Burnouts, Donuts On Downtown StreetsPolice say a group of drivers contributed to a dangerous and hostile situation overnight in downtown Minneapolis -- and it was all caught on camera.
Minneapolis Police: Teen Dies After Near North ShootingA man in his late teens has died after being shot Sunday afternoon in Minneapolis’s Near North neighborhood -- making him the city's 66th homicide victim of the year.
Nation's 1st Permanent Memorial To Survivors Of Sexual Violence Dedicated In MinneapolisSarah Super launched the initiative for the memorial to honor survivors of sexual violence. She came up with the idea in 2015.
3 Shot In Downtown Minneapolis Overnight, 1 ArrestedThe incident happened around 2:30 a.m. near 4th Street and Hennepin Avenue.
Police Have Made 'Significant Strides' In Finding Killer Of Minneapolis H.S. StudentMinneapolis Police tell WCCO they've made “significant strides” in figuring out who killed Minneapolis high school student, Da'Vontae Wallace, in broad daylight Wednesday.
MAD DADS National Director VJ Smith Hospitalized, Battling COVIDSmith is asking people to wear their mask, practice social distancing and wash your hands -- whatever it takes to stay clear of COVID-19.
Smelling Something Stinky In The Twin Cities? The Reason Is Linked To Farm FieldsNotice something smelly in the air around in the Twin Cities Friday? It’s something that happens every year and is linked to farm fields.
First Avenue Announces 1st Event Since March, Will Also Participate In Nat’l 'Save Our Stages Fest'Minneapolis’ First Avenue Mainroom will be hosting its first event since March, featuring a Halloween party and costume contest “reimagined” with safety protocols.
Violence In Minneapolis: 5 Recent Shootings Leave 2 Dead, 1 In Critical ConditionThe last 24 hours marked another period of violence in Minneapolis as city police reported six people were shot and another person was stabbed between Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday morning.
Demonstrators Pull Body Bags, Carry Tombstones In 2nd Night Of Protests Over Derek Chauvin's ReleaseHundreds gathered in both St. Paul and Minneapolis Thursday to express outrage over the release of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Residents Plead In Virtual Session For Greater Safety In MinneapolisMany say they are prisoners in their own homes, afraid to venture out for fear of becoming the next victim of crime in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Hopes For More Peace, Less Quiet On Nicollet MallIt's been two months since the Minneapolis Downtown Council tried a new approach to making Nicollet Mall safer -- and they say they’re starting to see results.
Most Target HQ Employees To Work Remotely Until June 2021The company has taken a gradual approach to returning workers to headquarters, with what the company termed as a "very small portion" of them working on the premises.