'It Was Just Dozens Upon Dozens Of Shots': Witness Describes Gunfire Exchange Between MPD And SuspectThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating a traffic stop that ended in an exchange of gunfire with Minneapolis Police.
'Start Repairing The Wrong': St. Paul Passes Resolution To Create Slavery Reparations CommissionThe St. Paul City Council passed a resolution Wednesday to create a commission looking into reparations to African Americans for slavery.
Community Activists Blindsided, Concerned About Two Separate Trials In George Floyd CaseVoices from within the community are speaking out and want to be heard about two separate trials for four former Minneapolis Police officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
Entertainment Venues Open Doors As COVID Restrictions Relax: 'It's A Great Feeling'Minnesota entertainment venues are opening their doors for the first time in weeks after Gov. Tim Walz relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.
North Minneapolis Entrepreneur Creates Hoodies With Masks Sewn InsideA north Minneapolis entrepreneur is getting rave reviews for his efforts to keep people safe from COVID-19 and Minnesota's brutal winter.
3 Officers Who Shot Dolal Idd Have Had Multiple Complaints Against Them"The city waited six whole days before they released these officers' names," said Michelle Gross with Communities United Against Police Brutality. "We actually took them to court yesterday, and that's how we forced them to release the names."
Community, Family Gather To Mourn Death Of Dolal Bayle Idd; Search For Answers ContinuesThe man shot and killed by Minneapolis police this week has been laid to rest. For many in the East African community, Dolal Bayle Idd was not a felony suspect, but a son, brother and friend.
The Death Of Dolal Idd: CAIR Minnesota's Head Calls Body Cam Footage 'Inconclusive'The crowd near East 36th Street and Cedar Avenue after 23-year-old Dolal Idd was shot and killed by police Wednesday night gathered in search of the truth.
MACV Was Reaching Goal Of Ending Veteran Homelessness ... Then COVID HitSprinkled amongst the unsheltered are veterans; 35 percent of homeless in Minnesota served in the military. WCCO's Reg Chapman has been sharing their stories all month long.
Nine Years After Terrell Mayes Jr.'s Unsolved Death, Mother Pleads For Killer To Come ForwardLosing a child to gun violence is a tragedy no one should have to experience. For the past nine years, Marsha Mayes has been fighting for justice for her three-year-old son Terrell, who was shot and killed the day after Christmas 2011.
Minnesota Landlords Work With MACV To Provide Homes For Homeless VetsLandlords who offer their units in partnership with MACV are on the front lines in the fight to find stable housing for unsheltered veterans.
Shoppers, Travelers In Minnesota Rush To Get Ahead Of Expected BlizzardIt wasn't the rain that made people move quickly as they walked into area big box stores; it was what’s expected behind the rain that made them move with purpose.
As St. Paul Nears Homicide Record, Charges Have Been Filed In Almost 90% Of CasesAlthough the increase in St. Paul gun violence has been significant, so have the number of those arrested in connection to the violence.
'A Mother's Love' Reflects On Minneapolis's Deadly Year, Filled With Young VictimsAt least 80 people have been killed across Minneapolis in 2020 -- a 70% jump over this time last winter.
MACV Says Women Constitute Their Fastest-Growing Segment Of Homeless VeteransMalcalisha Jefferson served 12 years with two deployments to war zones -- Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2010. She moved to Minnesota after her time in the service to be closer to family, but things didn't go as planned.