St. Thomas Public Safety Issues Notice After Student Was Assaulted In A Park Near CampusUniversity of St. Thomas Public Safety says a student was assaulted early Saturday morning near the school's campus in St. Paul.
'Unprecedented Demand' For Flu Shots Causing ShortageWith COVID-19 concerns and regular flu season warnings, health care providers say they're seeing an unprecedented demand for flu vaccines.
Minnesota Dept. Of Health Offering Free Community Testing Sites For COVIDYou do need an appointment to get a test, but that's about it. The test is free and you don't need insurance or an ID.
Minneapolis Ranks 11th In Nation For Coffee; St. Paul Is 41stThe survey looked at everything from the number of coffee shops in the city to the average price for a pack of coffee. Seattle came out on top.
Man Fatally Struck By Train In Fridley; Investigation Underway An investigation is underway Wednesday morning after a man was fatally struck by a train in the Twin Cities.
Teen Suffers Gunshot Wound To The Face In St. PaulSt. Paul police say a teenage boy was shot in the face Tuesday night in the North of Maryland neighborhood.
Minnesota History Center To Reopen On Oct. 1Officials announced Tuesday that the St. Paul museum will open to visitors on Oct. 1. The Minnesota History Center closed earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Mayors To Jointly Proclaim Monday As 'Ruth Bader Ginsburg Day'The mayors of Minnesota’s two largest cities will honor the legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday.
St. Paul Police: Therapy Dog Missing For A Week Reunited With OwnersA therapy dog was reunited with its family Friday after he was reportedly taken from a backyard in St. Paul last week.
Girl Finds Priceless Knives Stolen From Chef Justin Sutherland's Car In St. PaulA Twin Cities chef has been reunited with precious family heirlooms that were stolen out of his car earlier this month.
St. Paul Moving Forward With Guaranteed Income Pilot For Struggling Families St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s guaranteed income pilot program to give struggling families in the city $500 a month is moving forward.