'Show Up With Love': Meet The Gatekeeper Of George Floyd SquareOne woman has made it her mission to keep the peace at George Floyd Square. Since the day after his death, Eliza Wesley has walked the area of 38th and Chicago daily.
WCCO Viewers Donate Thousands To North Mpls. Barbershop Owner's Scholarship ProgramWCCO viewers are making a difference for students in north Minneapolis.
After Struggling To Find Spanish Immersion For Her Own Kids, Longtime Educator Opened Her Own School In WoodburyImmersion programs are available across the country, but there’s not always enough space to go around. Lucilla Dávila said demand was so high where she lived that she couldn’t get her children into the local program -- even as she worked as a principal developing another district’s immersion program. Now, years later, she’s able to leave a legacy that’s all her own.
Business Owners Fear Repeat Of Unrest Destruction During Derek Chauvin Trial: 'We Just Have To Deal With Whatever Comes'A few miles away from where the Derek Chauvin trial is underway, “uncertainty” keeps some north Minneapolis business owners awake at night.
Minnesota’s Only Black-Owned Comic Book Store Focuses On Inclusion, Building CommunityEver since he was a child, comic books have always been an escape for Eric Childs. It’s a passion he’s now able to share in his own store, where he’s making space for lesser known creators to be found next to some of his childhood favorites.
Save Your Skin Without Breaking The Bank: Winter Skincare Tips From A DermatologistShayla Reaves shows you how to save your skin, and save some money.
She Started An Online Yoga Community For Black Women, Now She's Opening A Healing Space In MinneapolisIn just six years, Lauren Ash's online health and wellness platform has attracted thousands of followers. Now she’s officially setting up shop in Minneapolis’ Longfellow community.
TVP Basketball's Terez VanPelt Works To Help Youth And Staff DevelopThe mission of TVP Basketball is to help youth and staff develop personally and professionally through the game of basketball.
'We Have A Powerful Community': North Mpls. Barbershop Owner Starts Scholarship ProgramA Minneapolis father and business owner is making a difference, one scholarship at a time. Three years after launching the Wilson Image College Scholarship program, Teto Wilson is still making an impact on the city’s north side.
Couple Taking Axe-Throwing Business On The Road Until Minnesota ReopensA Minnesota couple says they are not waiting for the pandemic to decide what is next for their business. They plan to turn their axe-throwing entertainment business mobile and travel out of state to make it profitable.
Clifton Manneh Is On A Mission To Teach Coding To 100K Minnesota Children“Just the idea of knowing that I have this skill, that I can create something that can really bring true impact to my community … it’s huge,” Clifton Manneh said.