Want A Bee-Friendly Garden? You Could Get Money From The StateThe Lawns to Legumes program offers up to $300 to cover the cost of planting a pollinator habitat in your yard.
Teen, Good Samaritan Slashed In St. Paul Light Rail Station Attack; Ezana Demmessie ChargedThe quick action of one teenager is credited for saving the life of another who was attacked with a knife while trying to exit a light rail train Monday night in St. Paul.
Officials Hope 'Vaccine Hesitancy' Fades Following Pfizer Vaccine's FDA Approval“Those people who have been sitting on the fence thinking that, “Hey, this vaccine is not yet approved,’ will finally take that leap of faith and get the vaccine,” Dr. Venkat Iyer said.
Black-Owned Bank From Detroit Sets Up Shop In Minneapolis, With Local Banks' EncouragementFirst Independence Bank was created after the 1967 riots in Detroit. Community and business leaders involved in this move believe working with First Independence is the first step in erasing disparities that have existed for generations.
Facing Bus Driver Shortage, Robbinsdale Schools Bring In Out-Of-State Candidates A critical shortage of bus drivers has one school district looking cross-country to hire drivers.
Minnesota State Fair Suggests Guests Skip Weekends, Spread Out Due To COVID-19 SurgeThe fair is not asking anyone to show proof of vaccination, nor are they asking for a recent negative COVID test.
'We Have The American Dream': Afghan Minnesotans Hope To Help Refugees ResettleMinnesotans of Afghan descent are hoping their friends and relatives who helped allied forces will safely get to the U.S.
'A Deluge Of Awful, Awful Images': Minnesota Journalist Describes Fleeing AfghanistanJay Lawrence is a Redwood Falls High School graduate who served with the Minnesota National Guard's 34th Military Infantry Division in Iraq. For the past three and a half years he's worked in Kabul as a civilian journalist with U.S. military newspaper Stars and Stripes.
'It's Heartbreaking': Minnesota Veteran Shares His Perspective On The Crisis In AfghanistanAs the Afghan government falls to the Taliban, Reg Chapman gets perspective from a veteran who proudly served in Afghanistan.
After Rough Start, Rolando Ruiz Continues Turnaround With George Floyd ScholarshipA Minneapolis man is preparing for a new beginning after a rough start in life.
'Put The Guns Down': Mother Pleads For Violence To End In Mpls. After Son Is Fatally ShotLaShae Hinton's oldest child, 31-year-old Prince Hinton, was gunned down while standing outside the Winner's gas station near Lyndale and West Broadway Avenues Saturday evening.
USPS Looks To Hire Hundreds Of Carriers In MinnesotaThe United States Postal Service is hanging out the help wanted sign.
'This Silence Is Killing Our Family': $180K In Rewards Offered For Information In Shootings Of 3 Children In MinneapolisUp to $180,000 in rewards are being offered for information in the shootings of three children in Minneapolis.
Beloved Coach Jay Boughton Laid To Rest, With His Killer Still At LargeHundreds came out to celebrate the life Jay Boughton, a man who was a light to many. This family says their faith has gotten them this far.
Black Minnesotans Suffer Disproportionately From COVID, But Many Hesitant To Get The VaccineThe COVID-19 pandemic continues to hit communities of color the hardest, particularly the Black community, which has extremely low vaccination figures and disproportionately high hospitalization rates.