Twin Cities Pride Parade Moving To 2nd Avenue Due To ConstructionConstruction on one of the busiest streets downtown has caused organizers to move the Pride parade route. This year, the parade will start on 2nd Avenue at 3rd Street.
Juxtaposition Brings Skate-Friendly Art Plaza To North MinneapolisIt sits at the corner of West Broadway and Emerson Avenue North, replacing old buildings that used to be part of the Juxtaposition Arts campus. It's not officially open until Saturday morning, but this new skate/art plaza in North Minneapolis is already seeing lots of action.
'He Does It From The Heart': MPD's Mike Kirchen Named Minnesota Police Officer Of The YearThe Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association honored a Minneapolis cop with its highest award: Police Officer of the Year.
'The Problem Exists Now': Advocates Call For Homeless Shelter SolutionsNow that the Navigation Center in Minneapolis has closed, tents that serve as shelter for people who have nowhere else to go are popping up everywhere.
'I Felt Horror': Fmr. Minneapolis Officer Mohamed Noor Sentenced To 12.5 Years In Prison For Shooting, Killing Justine Ruszczyk DamondFormer Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor will spend 12 and a half years in prison for the shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
Mohamed Noor Sentencing Set For FridayA former cop convicted of murder learns his fate tomorrow morning. That's when a judge will punish Mohamed Noor for shooting and killing Justine Ruszczyk Damond in 2017.
'I Wish I Can Take Back What I Did': Dayquan Hodge Gets 32 Years For Triple Fatal Crash Near Matt’s BarDayquan Hodge pleaded guilty in April to three counts of criminal vehicular homicide. He was sentenced in court Wednesday morning.
'A Real Systemic Failure': Red Wing Juvenile Inmate Sues Over Alleged Sexual Abuse By OfficerAllegations of sexual misconduct at the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Red Wing has led to the firing of an employee, and sparked a civil lawsuit on behalf of the young victim.
Group Pushes Back On 'Restrictive' Minnesota Abortion LawsThe group Gender Justice announced the launch of their campaign "UnRestrict Minnesota."
Minnesota Heroes: Reg Chapman, A Gulf War Veteran, Returns To KuwaitWCCO-TV's Reg Chapman and photojournalist Tom Aviles have been sharing stories all week from the Minnesota National Guard stationed in Kuwait. They've been powerful stories of leadership, service and support from back home. Now, we focus on the storyteller.
Minnesota Heroes: St. Paul Restaurant Owners Give Back To Soldiers OverseasIt's a relaxing atmosphere here for these Minnesota soldiers, a much-needed break from the pressures of overseas duty and a room full of computers so they can hear from family – a perfect ending to a day designed to honor their service.
Minn. Nat'l Guard Members Share Meal With Families 7K Miles AwayHundreds of friends and family members of those deployed in Kuwait with the Minnesota National Guard gathered to eat a meal Saturday with their deployed loved ones.
Minnesota Heroes: Soldiers Maintain Businesses Back Home While Serving In KuwaitWithout the support of family back home and their military connections, both businesses would be hard to maintain. These business owner soldiers say technology has helped keep them up to speed.
Minnesota Heroes: Corporal Logs 400 Volunteer Hours With Red Cross In KuwaitCpl. Michael Harris found a home away from home at the Red Cross Resiliency Center at Camp Arifjan.
Minnesota Heroes: National Guard Women Leading The Mission In The Middle EastThese Minnesota women in leadership are essential in shaping the environment here and advancing our nation's interests by promoting security and stability in the Middle East.