Federal Gov't Probing 'New Information' In Emmett Till SlayingThe federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till, the black teenager whose brutal killing in Mississippi shocked the world and helped inspire the civil rights movement more than 60 years ago.
MPB Pres. Reviewing Minnehaha Falls Police Stop Involving Black ChildrenThe President of the Minneapolis Park Board says he’s reviewing a controversial police stop incident at Minnehaha Fall involving children Tuesday.
'Greater State Of Hockey': Wild Host Leadership Summit For Young Players The Minnesota Wild is hosting a leadership summit to help build an even greater state of hockey.
DNR Explains Shooting Black Bear Wandering Near Lord Fletcher'sThe shooting of a black bear in Minnetonka near a popular lakeside restaurant has many people taking to social media.
2 Years After His Death, Community Gathers To Honor Philando CastileCastile's death joined the national movement and conversation about tensions between police and the community.
Tricky Weather Can't Deter Mpls. July 4th Fireworks SeekersIt has been a wild ride weather-wise in Minnesota this Fourth of July.
Leg Traps Found On Popular Minneapolis Walking TrailConservation officers want to know who set animal traps near a popular walking trail.
Minnesotans Battle, Embrace Extreme HeatFor many, the challenge of Friday in Minnesota was finding ways to keep cool in the extreme heat.
Charges Dropped Against Vadnais Heights Father In School ThreatCharges are dropped in a case that involved dozens of guns and ammunition found inside a Vadnais Heights home.
Community Members Demand Release Of Footage In Thurman Blevins Shooting The family of the man shot and killed by Minneapolis police made demands Wednesday in front of Mayor Jacob Frey and the city council.
Blevins Shooting Opens Old Wounds For North MinneapolisMany community members in north Minneapolis are asking questions about the weekend’s fatal police shooting of a black man.
Minnesotan Climbing Mountains To Raise Alzheimer’s AwarenessOn this longest day of the year, a Minnesota man shined light on a disease that robbed him of his father.