String Of Vandalism Shocks Somali Community In Minneapolis"Minneapolis Police tell me they are looking into a motive for this crime. I asked if they are investigating to see if this is a hate crime. They said absolutely they are looking into that."
'I Don't Want Other People To Suffer': Push For Changes On Hwy. 47 After St. Francis Students Hit By CarAn accident that seriously hurt two middle school girls is spurring major changes in an Anoka County town.
'Everybody In The Crowd Was Helping': Community Comes Together To Save Man Appearing To OverdoseA man is alive this evening thanks to a woman in north Minneapolis who made a bold, impromptu move.
'Hope In The Justice System': Hennepin County To Host Juvenile Warrant Forgiveness DayThe event will give teens the chance to meet with an attorney and resolve a warrant. There will also be dozens of agencies offering help on finding food, housing, and hope.
'A Pretty Special Day': 9/11 Baby Brightens Dark Day For Twin Cities First RespondersSome local first responders got a call on 9/11 that turned a dark day into the happiest of occasions.
'A Soft-Hearted Tough Guy': Bethel Football's Danny Munoz Wins 'Good Works' AwardA Bethel University football player is joining the ranks of some of game's greatest players.
'Cancer Sisters Bond': Teenage Student-Athlete Has Partner In Lymphoma FightOne in 285 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer.
Delano Teen Who Battled Cancer Gives Current Patients Wireless Headphones"Having that one less wire is really important": Alex Weed, who just graduated high school, is in remission and leveraging his pain to help others in a unique way. His plan is to give wireless headphones to current patients.
'I'm So Grateful': Iraqi Translator Embedded With U.S. Soldiers Becomes American CitizenAn Iraqi translator who helped U.S. soldiers is now an American citizen.
As Storm Clears, Bahamas Start Assessing Damage Caused By Hurricane DorianMourning has begun on the island, as at least five people were killed in the storm.
Life On The Road: An Inside Look At Working At The FairMonday marks the last day of the Minnesota State Fair in 2019.
Driver, 83, Charged In Minneapolis Bus Shelter Crash That Injured 5A man is now facing charges for running over five people at a Minneapolis bus shelter almost two months ago, but Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says the driver will not be serving prison time if convicted.
Bus Driver Shortage Impacts Schools Across MinnesotaAs the school year approaches, there's a major need that has yet to be filled: Schools around the state are searching for bus drivers.
'The Guinea Pig Generation': Vaping Dangers In The Spotlight At MN Adult & Teen Challenge's State Fair BoothHealth officials in Illinois are confirming what could be the first death related to vaping in the United States.
'You Can Run, You Can Hide, You Can Fight': An Inside Look At St. Paul Police's Mass Shooter TrainingSusan-Elizabeth Littlefield gets a look inside a collaboration between St. Paul Police and St. Paul Public Schools to be ready in case of a mass shooting.