'It Is Time To Stand Up In This City': Twin Cities Citizens Speak Against Dismantling The PoliceA panel of African-American violence prevention advocates held what they call an emergency news conference to speak against the city council's push to dismantle the police department.
Doctors Deliver Baby After Pregnant Woman Is Fatally Shot In South MinneapolisThe Minneapolis Police Department says the shooting happened shortly after 9 p.m. at the intersection of 37th Street and Elliot Avenue -- just a block from the George Floyd memorial site.
Minneapolis Park Board To Discuss Reducing Homeless Encampments In ParksThe park board will consider a resolution that would limit the number of parks with encampments to no more than ten, and there could be no more than ten tents in any encampment.
How Some Black-Owned Businesses Are Booming With CustomersSince the death of George Floyd, some black-owned businesses are getting a big boost.
'It's Going To Be A Fight': Family Of George Floyd Speak Out About The TrialGeorge Floyd's family faced the officers who are charged in his death for the first time Monday, as they watched from the front row of the courtroom.
Dr. Michael Osterholm On Pandemic: 'We Have An Incredible Journey Ahead Of Us Yet'COVID-19 cases are down in Minnesota and Wisconsin, but they are skyrocketing in other parts of the country.
Twin Cities Pride To Hold Marches This WeekendIt's a Twin Cities tradition for 350,000 people, rooted in camaraderie and executed with fun. But this year the Pride festivities will be a bit less boisterous.
'It's Just Stupid': Police Data Shows 1,600 Minneapolis Gunfire Reports Within 30 DaysA data map shows the amount of gunfire reports in Minneapolis over the past 30 days is more than 1,600 and climbing.
Minneapolis Park Board Opens Parks As Refuge For People Experiencing HomelessnessThe Minneapolis Park Board has voted in favor of making all city parks places of refuge for people experiencing homelessness.
About 150 Businesses Damaged In Unrest To Receive Surprise Relief ChecksUrban Ventures typically focuses on education and parental support, but with COVID-19 and a Lake Street location, they've shifted to feeding thousands of people through donations.
After Death Of Rep. Omar's Father, Somali Community Says COVID-19 Is Hitting HardIn the wake of his death, some in the Somali community talking about how the virus has hit them hard.
'This Place Could Have Been On Fire Over A Lie': St. Cloud Police Chief Admonishes Those Spreading Rumors After Officer Was Shot OvernightPolice in St. Cloud say an officer was shot in the hand early Monday morning while arresting an armed teenage suspect.
Former Resident Of Sheraton Hotel-Turned-Shelter Talks Experiencing HomelessnessEvery day in Minnesota, 8,000 people experience homelessness. With the onset of COVID-19, shelter space was limited, but with the death of George Floyd and the following unrest, the situation intensified.
'We Need A Place To Put People': Residents Cleared Out Of Fmr. Sheraton Hotel Turned ShelterOne week ago, the former Sheraton Hotel in Minneapolis was being used as a sanctuary for people experiencing homelessness. Since then, things have drastically changed.
Waiting Tables: 3 Twin Cities Restaurants Prepare For Return Of Dine-In ServiceAs part of WCCO's series "Waiting Tables," Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield checks in for the third time with three restaurants ready that are now ready to serve.