BCA: Human Trafficking Tips Have Tripled In Minnesota Over Last 3 YearsSex traffickers begin by gaining access on line to the young and vulnerable. Beth Holger, executive director of The Link, says some victims are as young as 11 and 12.
'He'd Be Saying Voting Rights For Everybody': Some Use MLK Day To Continue Fight For JusticeHamline University criminal justice professor Jason Sole says the battle over voting rights in 2022 is not something King would be pleased with.
'His Presence Really Spoke Volumes': MPD Chief Medaria Arradondo Retires This WeekendMinneapolis' first Black police chief steps down this weekend.
'We Always Figure It Out': Restaurant Owners Have Days To Get Ready For New COVID RulesStarting Wednesday, customers in both cities will need to show proof of vaccination or a recent negative test. That leaves many business owners with just six days to comply with the new mandate.
Funeral For Community Activist Mel Reeves To Be Held ThursdayReeves died last week due to complications from COVID-19 at age 64. He was a fixture at rallies, protests and marches. For more than three decades in total, Reeves was on the front lines of the fight for social justice.
'We're Scared': Restaurants Grapple With New COVID Restrictions In Minneapolis, St. Paul"There is no way I'm going to hire someone to stand here at the door and to check ID's. What do we do when people are picking up food for to-go orders? Delivery drivers? There are a whole bunch of things that come along with this that doesn't make sense to us," restauranteur Yoom Nguyen said.
After Noting Need In North Minneapolis, Group Takes Testing Matters Into Their Own HandsCOVID-19 tests aren't always easy to find. That's why there's a big push to bring rapid tests straight to families in north Minneapolis, where one local group took matters into their own hands to offer one-of-a-kind testing.
Tips To Make Sure Your Space Heater Doesn't Start A Fire Space heaters are a good option in the winter, but there are things you should know to keep a heater from starting a fire.
Youth In Government Session Allows Students To Find Their VoiceThe weekend before Minnesota State lawmakers head into session, about one thousand young people are warming up their seats.
Mpls. Family Terrorized By Car Thieves Who've Shot Up Their Home Twice: 'Sleep Is Not A Thing Anymore'"We know our brothers and sisters and cousins and friends who are out here doing this stuff. We know who these people are,” she said. “Why are we acting like we don’t know? Why are we turning a blind eye? That shouldn’t be happening.”
Minneapolis Mother Asks For Help Finding Driver Who Shot At Car With Kids Inside On New Year's EveA north side mother is counting her blessings after someone opened fire on her car with her three children inside.
Suspect Located In Hit-And-Run Death Of Iliana Tasso, 8: 'She Was A Good Child'The Minnesota State Patrol says a vehicle and possible driver have been located in a late December incident where a young girl was struck and killed by a vehicle in Brooklyn Center.
After 2 Weeks In The Hospital With COVID Pneumonia, Activist Mel Reeves Encourages Others To Get VaccinatedA long-time community activist and organizer is speaking out from his hospital bed about the importance of getting vaccinated.
'I Was Down And Out': Veteran Working To Help Other Homeless Vets Thanks To MACVIt takes the combined efforts of the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans' staff, community partners and dedicated counselors to stick with veterans as they make the transition to having a place to call their own.
'It Is A Safe Space No Matter What': Truce Center Hosts Peaceful Madden TournamentThe Truce Center in St. Paul used the game's popularity to bring young people together for a peaceful Madden tournament.