Legislature Strike Frontline Worker Bonus Check DealHundreds of thousands of workers who were essential during COVID will finally see a bonus check from the state.
Derek Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction For Killing George FloydFormer MPD officer Derek Chauvin is appealing his conviction for murder in the killing of George Floyd, arguing that jurors were intimidated by the protests that followed and prejudiced by heavy pretrial publicity.
5 P.M. Weather ReportThroughout the month of April, the Twin Cities have only seen 5 days with above average temperatures.
25 Years Ago, Andrew Cunanan Began Killing Spree In Twin CitiesWednesday marks 25 years since a serial killer began his cross-country killing spree in the Twin Cities.
State Lawmakers Debate Education Spending PlansMinnesota Democrats and Republicans are hundreds of millions of dollars apart on giving more money to K-12 education.
George Floyd’s Family Reacts To Findings Against MPDFor some living in the Twin Cities Metro, Wednesday’s published report showing Minneapolis Police had violated the state’s human rights act was validation.
Report: MPD Has Long History Of Discrimination Against People Of ColorThe investigation by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights found officers routinely discriminated against people based on their race.
Fewer Wildfires, Better Air Quality Expected For Minnesota In 2022Last summer, Minnesota had some pretty serious air quality alerts. What could happen this summer?
Apple Valley Slowly Re-Planting New Tree Canopy To Combat Emerald Ash BorerDozens, if not hundreds, of trees in Apple Valley will soon come down because of the fast spread of Emerald Ash Borer.
Non-Profit Sees Rise In Customers Buying Bulk Due To Sticker ShockAs the cost of groceries continues to go up, a local non-profit is seeing a boost in customers using a bulk-buying food program.
MN Human Rights Department To Determine If MPD, City Engaged In Pattern Of Racial DiscriminationThe Minnesota Department of Human Rights has been trying to determine if the police department and the city engaged in a pattern or practice of racial discrimination.
Ex-MPD Officer Trial Will Not Be Livestreamed, Judge RulesCameras will not be in the courtroom when three former MPD officers go on trial in the death of George Floyd.
Police Continue To Search For Answers In Lily Peters’ DeathPeters disappeared while riding her bike home from her aunt’s house Sunday night in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.
Spend Your Sunday Searching For Antiques At State FairgroundsIf you're in the market for some antiques or just want to do some window shopping, we've got just the place for you.
State Fairgrounds Host Antiques SpectacularIf you're looking for something to do on this Sunday, we've got an idea for you.
4 Things To Do TodayHere are four things you can do today.
Seward Community Co-Op Celebrates 50 YearsAs part of the celebration, the Co-Op is holding its 21st annual CSA Fair, back this year in person.
St. Paul Farmers Market Transitions To Spring-Summer MarketThis weekend’s market will feature 35-40 local growers and food producers.
Art In Bloom Brings Art And Flowers Together At MIAA volunteer floral artist who practices the art of Japanese flower arranging has a piece on display at Art in Bloom.
Down In The Valley Celebrates 50th AnniversaryDown In The Valley talks 50 years in business.
Woodchuck USA Plants 3 Millionth TreeWoodchuck USA founder shares how the company planted three million trees.
DIY Friday: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle On Earth DayHere are things one person can do to make a difference.
Survey: 80% Of Parents Think Kid’s Mental Health Would Be Better If They Were Off Social MediaKids start getting exposed to social media at pretty young ages.