Minneapolis Police, Community Groups Help Bring 18-Hour Standoff To Peaceful EndA real-life example of what community policing could look like in Minneapolis happened earlier this week.
'No More Minneapolis': Longtime Activist KG Wilson Leaves City After Death Of 6-Year-Old GranddaughterFor more than 18 years, KG Wilson has offered his time, energy and talents to help those impacted by violence.
AG Keith Ellison Launches Unit To Review Wrongful ConvictionsThe state of Minnesota has become the seventh state in the country to develop a conviction review unit to review potentially wrongful convictions.
Arrest Made In Attack That Killed Awwal LadipoAn arrest has been made in an attack that claimed the life of a Brooklyn Park man.
Awwal Adebayo Ladipo, 25, Dies After Assault Leaves Him With Brain InjuryAn attack outside a night spot has left a young man dead and his family pleading for answers. Twenty-five-year-old Awwal Ladipo died two days after a fight in north Minneapolis.
Second Harvest Heartland Works To Keep Kids Fed During Summer MonthsOne in seven kids in Minnesota faces hunger. Now there's an effort to make sure no child goes hungry during the summer months.
Uptown Residents Question Law Enforcement Response To Recent CrimeTotal chaos. That's how some describe the scene at the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis.
St. Paul's Turf Club Roars Back To Life After Almost 500 Days Of Silence“[Wednesday night] is our first ticketed event back in almost 500 days,” Ashley Ryan said. “It’s been a really long time to get here.”
5 Years After Philando Castile's Death, His Mother Continues Fight For Families Impacted By Deadly Police ShootingsIt's now been five years since a now-former police officer shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights.
WCCO Reporter Reg Chapman Witnesses Gunshot Fired On Hennepin Avenue While On AssignmentWCCO reporter Reg Chapman and photojournalist Chris Cruz witnessed a gunshot fired on a busy stretch of Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis while on assignment Monday afternoon.
For Minneapolis Fire Crews, A Busy Fourth Of JulyFireworks mixed with extremely dry conditions forced fire crews into action on Independence Day.
Judge Rules For Activists Who Seek More MPD Officers, Orders City To Increase Police ForceA judge on Thursday ruled in favor of eight Minneapolis activists who sued the city council and mayor over funding the police force.
New Affordable Housing Unit In North Minneapolis Uses Shipping ContainersA three-bedroom, two-bathroom house is bringing something new to Irving Avenue in North Minneapolis.
'It Was Very Violent': Outrage Grows After Video Shows Mpls. City Council VP Andrea Jenkins Being Held By ActivistsSupport is pouring in for Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins.
YMCA Offers Free Summer Memberships For Thousands Of TeensIf you are in grades 9 through 12 and need a safe place to hang out this summer, the Y hopes you come join them.