St. Paul Homeless Encampment Growing, City Working To Find SolutionsWith colder temperatures in the forecast, many have turned their attention to the number of people sleeping outside in encampments.
Handful Of Trump Supporters Protest At Mayor Jacob Frey's Office Ahead Of Minneapolis RallyA day before President Donald Trump was slated to hold a rally in downtown Minneapolis, some of his supporters protested at the office of Mayor Jacob Frey, who sparred with the president on Twitter this week over security costs of the rally.
Mother Turns To Internet For Help Stopping St. Paul Violence“My son is going to be dead one day because he is going to do something, and somebody is going to kill him or the cops are, “ said Sha’Ron Webb. Her 14-year-old son ran away from home and he found him at a gas station with dozens of other children under 18, turning to the internet for help.
Me'Lea Connelly, Former Leader Of Minnesota’s First Black-Led Credit Union, Explains Why She Was Fired"I don’t believe that it’s necessary to, you know, attack someone’s character or ruin their reputation in order to move on with the work."
'I Am Totally Disgusted': Mother Of Girl In Viral St. Paul Police Arrest Video Speaks OutThe mother of a 13 year-old girl arrested by St. Paul police is speaking out.
'It Doesn't Show The Whole Picture': St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter Calls For Investigation Of Teen's ArrestA video of police arresting a teenage girl has captured the attention of St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter.
'Humanize My Hoodie' Label Aims To Destigmatize Fashion Trends Worn By People Of ColorSole says the activism part is built on love and the hope that through conversation hearts and minds can change.
Gov. Walz Willing To Consider Paying College AthletesGov. Tim Walz says he's willing to look at legislation that would allow college athletes in Minnesota to hire agents and make money off endorsements, like the law just signed in California.
National Guard Member Suicides Outpacing All Other Military BranchesMinnesota has the most deployed National Guard units in the country. But a new study from the Pentagon highlights a growing concern for the military and citizen-soldiers families: Suicide is on the rise.
'This Is Horrific': Suspected Carjacker Slams Into Teen Siblings On Busy South Minneapolis StreetMinneapolis police say five people are injured and one man is in custody after a suspected carjacker hit a pair of teenage siblings, several vehicles and a business Monday afternoon.
Business Owners, Elected Officials Speak Out About Downtown SafetyBusiness owners say Twins wins spark the purchasing power of fans, but an op-ed by sports team owners about their safety concerns has business owners speaking out.
Minnesotans Feeling Push To Acquire Real IDMinnesotans are required to fall in line with the Real ID Act that was passed in 2005, establishing minimum security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and ID cards.
Northern Metals Permanently Shuts Down Minneapolis Shredder After MPCA SettlementIn a settlement with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Northern Metals has admitted to altering pollution records and will permanently shut down its metal shredder by the end of the day Monday.
700 Minnesota National Guard Troops Heading To Iraq, KuwaitIt's a tough day for hundreds of Minnesota National Guard families sending loved ones overseas.
Neighbors Rattled After Man Shot, Killed While Leaving St. Paul ChurchThe shooting marks the 20th homicide in the capital city this year, and the sixth in just 17 days.