'Hindsight Is So Clear': State Patrol, DPS Questioned By Minnesota Senate GOP In Columbus Statue HearingThree people could face criminal charges in connection with pulling down the Christopher Columbus statue outside the Minnesota State Capitol in June.
Walz, Flanagan Announce $12 Million Effort To Combat Hunger In Minnesota Amid COVID-19Gov. Tim Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan on Wednesday announced a $12 million effort to combat hunger in Minnesota in the wake of COVID-19.
Carver County Approves $450K Settlement With Family Of Archer Amorosi The Carver County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a $450,000 settlement with the parents of Archer Amorosi, a Minnetonka High School student shot and killed by deputies outside his Chanhassen home in 2018.
University of Minnesota To Help International Students Comply With ICE DirectiveThe University of Minnesota is reviewing its fall semester plans to make sure that international students aren't forced to leave the country under new guidance from federal immigration authorities.
PPP Bill Author Rep. Angie Craig: More Money Will Get To Small BusinessesAnother round of $130 billion of loan money is available to help small businesses during the pandemic.
Minnesota Legislature Headed For Another Special Session Next WeekGov. Tim Walz is prepared to call Minnesota lawmakers into a special session that would begin Monday.
South Dakota Governor, Exposed To COVID-19, Joined Trump On JetShortly after fireworks above Mount Rushmore disappeared into the night sky on Friday, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem accompanied President Donald Trump aboard Air Force One despite having had close contact with Trump’s son’s girlfriend, who had tested positive for the coronavirus.
Companies Tied To Minnesota Lawmakers Jeremy Miller, Ryan Winkler Benefited From PPP LoansA more than century-old scrap metal business owned by the Minnesota Senate president was among hundreds of thousands of businesses nationwide to get a boost from the Treasury Department's Payroll Protection Program.
WCCO Talks To Mayors Jacob Frey, Sharon Sayles Belton On Minneapolis's Path ForwardTwo leaders. Both elected into the same job as the mayor of Minneapolis, but decades apart. And a city now under scrutiny for disparity and lack of opportunity for people of color.
Philando Castile's Mother To Join DPS Officials For Announcement On Changes To Minnesota Driver's ManualChanges will be announced to the Minnesota Driver's Manual Monday after the mother of Philando Castile pushed for updates after his killing.
Black Civic Network And Village Arms Host Rally At State Capitol To Demand ReparationsBlack Civic Network and Village Arms gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol Friday afternoon, asking for reparations for African Americans who are descendants of enslaved people.
'We Don't Want To Put Our Neighbors At Risk': Powderhorn Residents Rethink Calling The PoliceThe neighborhood has put together a master list of resources in the community that can be used as alternatives to dialing 911.
Walz Asks Feds To Help To Rebuild From George Floyd ProtestsMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday asked the federal government to help rebuild communities that sustained damage during the protests over the killing of George Floyd.
Ilhan Omar Introduces Job Guarantee Program Bill Rep. Ilhan Omar announced Thursday a bill to provide jobs to Americans in areas suffering from high unemployment.
Charter Commission Wants More Input On Plan To Dismantle Minneapolis PoliceA Minneapolis city board wants more input before making its decision about an amendment to dismantle the police.