'Happy, But Also Not Happy': Community Reaction Mixed After Chauvin SentencingA general feeling of peace could be felt around the place, now commonly referred to as George Floyd Square. Dozens of people came out to honor Floyd’s life.
Metro Transit Looks To Hire 70 Bus Drivers As Commuters ReturnMetro Transit is offering a $1,000 bonus to people who complete the training and work on one of the many routes commuters are expected to return to in the next few months.
Mother Who Lost 3-Year-Old Son To Gun Violence Creates Community Peace GardenA mother who lost her child to gun violence is creating a place of peace in the community where he was killed.
Sanneh Foundation Offers Free Basketball Camps To Get Girls Of Color In The GameA decline in the number of young ladies of color involved in basketball has a trusted community organization working to increase those numbers.
Body Parts Found In Northeast Minneapolis Prompt Homicide InvestigationPolice say a passerby found body parts in northeast Minneapolis Thursday morning, and additional parts were found once police began searching. The incident has prompted a homicide investigation.
St. Croix River Water Levels Threaten To Reach Historic Lows If Drought Conditions ContinueAlong the St. Croix River in Stillwater, historic low river levels are expected in days if there is no rain.
National Chicken Wing Shortage Leaves Many Restaurants Without The Popular ItemRay J's American Grill has been voted to have the best wings in Minnesota, but owners are having a hard time making sure their signature dish is available.
Driver Plows Into Protesters In Uptown; Woman Killed Identified As Deona KnajdekA woman was killed and three others hurt after an SUV plowed into a group of protesters Sunday night in Uptown.
Deona Knajdek, Protester Hit And Killed In Uptown, Remembered As 'Wonderful Person'Family members identified the victim struck by a car during a protest in Uptown Minneapolis Sunday as Deona Knajdek, remembering her as “a wonderful person” who was committed to helping others.
Truce Center Expands To East St. Paul To Help Stop Deadly DisagreementsAn intervention program designed to stop disagreements from turning deadly is expanding its footprint in St. Paul.
Minnesotans Look To Avoid Heat Injury As Blistering Temperatures ContinueAlthough some welcome the heat and humidity, Minnesotans need to watch out for ways to keep the heat from causing a medical emergency.
Red Wing Celebrates Reopening Of Historic Liberty's Restaurant After Destructive CrashA drunken driver slammed into Liberty's Restaurant and Lounge in Red Wing nine months ago. For several weeks after the crash, no one knew if the historic building could be saved -- but all watched as it was put back together, brick by brick.
EPIC Training Seeks To Empower St. Paul Officers To Police ThemselvesA peer intervention program is empowering St. Paul police officers to police themselves, whether they have one day on the job or they’re the chief.
'Our Voices Are Needed': Young People Speak Out Amid Violence In MinneapolisViolence in Minneapolis is impacting young people directly. Yet, they say no one is asking them for input about how to end it.
'One Outside Is Too Many': More Unsheltered Hennepin County Residents Finding Permanent HomesHennepin County is coming off an unprecedented year that saw the effort to address homelessness take huge steps forward.