Minnesota Lawmakers Reach Deal On Public Safety, Including Some Police Accountability MeasuresRepublican and DFL leaders at the state capitol say they have reached a bipartisan agreement on a public safety spending package that includes more police accountability measures.
Mayflies Hatch In Downtown St. Paul, In Some Places Blanketing Sidewalks And RoadsThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says the short-lived insects are found in almost all freshwater systems. A large hatch can be considered a good sign for the health of our environment.
Twin Cities Among Metro Areas Included In Biden Plan To Curb Violent CrimeUnder the administration's plan, the Justice Department is announcing a new "zero tolerance" policy for gun dealers who violate federal law.
More Than 200 Construction Projects Impacted If Transportation Budget Not Signed QuicklyThe transportation budget, which funds road projects, state patrol and more, is among several pieces of the $52 billion total in state spending that is hanging over the legislature in the final days of the fiscal year.
Many Restaurant Job Applicants Aren't Showing Up For InterviewsWhile fully open, many Twin Cities bars and restaurants are having trouble filling their staff.
Memphis Man Killed By Semi In St. Paul While Walking On Highway 52A 28-year-old man from Memphis, Tennessee was hit and killed by a semi-truck Monday afternoon while walking on a Twin Cities highway.
Where Are All The July 4th Fireworks Shows This Year?Another chance to celebrate Independence Day with explosions in the sky is snuffed out as St. Paul announces they won't host a fireworks show this year, joining Minneapolis and Stillwater.
Fire At St. Paul's Sanneh Foundation Now An Arson InvestigationA fire that burned the offices of a St. Paul nonprofit group this weekend is now being investigated as an arson.
St. Paul's Sanneh Foundation Damaged In Overnight FireRetired professional soccer player Tony Sanneh started the foundation in 2003.
Matthew Scott White Sentenced To 6 Years For St. Paul Rental Car Store Arson During UnrestA 31-year-old Minneapolis man was sentenced to six years in prison for setting fire to a St. Paul car rental business during the unrest following the murder of George Floyd.
Twin Cities Ranks 15th Among Cities With Most Energy Star-Certified BuildingsThe EPA says the certified buildings in the Twin Cities have prevented emissions equivalent to 226,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide.
Initiative Aims To Put Rent Control On St. Paul's November BallotRent control in St. Paul is one step closer to getting on the ballot in November.
Motorcyclist, 71, Killed In Downtown St. Paul CrashA motorcyclist was killed in a collision Monday afternoon in downtown St. Paul.
Special Session Starts; Extension Of Governor's Emergency Powers Renewed Another 30 DaysThe Minnesota House and Senate are starting to meet in Special Session. Lawmakers need to pass a budget before July 1 or the government shuts down.
Bear Sightings On The Rise Around Twin Cities: What To Do If You See OneBears are on the move, and finding their way into some neighborhoods. The Department of Natural Resources says it’s not unusual, but there are some things to keep in mind if you see one.