Jack Bogenreif’s daughter-in-law, Kerry, came to check on him every day while he lived in assisted living.
A Wisconsin man is at a place in his life very few people imagine themselves and he blames it on a seemingly harmless Facebook post.
For more than 20 years, VJ Smith has been a foot soldier in the battle against violent crime in Minneapolis as leader of the nonprofit group MAD DADS.
On Wednesday night, Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher was on patrol in the City of St. Paul during his "Live on Patrol" livestream, when he took over a stolen car chase for St. Paul Police who were unable to continue under department policy.
A couple miles from Flying Cloud Airport, in a quiet neighborhood, an Eden Prairie man saw a light in the sky last May, the curiosity became an obsession.
There has been a significant increase in sightings of UFO’s in 2020, both here in Minnesota and across the nation, according to groups who track such events.
During the excruciating nine minutes that George Floyd laid face-down on the asphalt, with former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin’s knee on his neck, there is a critical and insightful moment.
The subject of a Project Veritas voter fraud story says he was offered a bribe.
August in Minnesota brings sweet corn and hundreds of seasonal workers to the Seneca Foods packing facility in Glencoe. This year, it also brought COVID-19.
When two Minneapolis Police officers charged with aiding and abetting the murder of George Floyd bailed out jail, few people raised an eyebrow.
More than 24 hours before the fall of the Third Police Precinct, Minneapolis City officials knew they had lost control of the city and needed help.
As candidates for the Minneapolis City Council Ward 6 gear up for the final two weeks of the campaign, there are questions about whether some actually live in the ward or moved into it just to run for the office.
Minneapolis Police radio transmissions obtained by the FOX 9 Investigators, provide the first minute-by-minute account of the decision making that led to the fall of the Third Police Precinct in Minneapolis.
The final bill is in for taxpayer funded private security for three Minneapolis City Council members: $152,400.
At least 150 Minneapolis Police Officers have begun the process of seeking ‘duty disability’ for post-traumatic stress under the Minnesota Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA), said an attorney representing the officers.
In the grief and chaos of that last week in May, when 911 calls went unanswered and police were nowhere to be found, some saw an opportunity to make money, as private security agents.
The state of Minnesota is making plans to ease visitor restrictions in long-term care facilities after senior citizens spent the last three months in isolation, one of them dying in part to loneliness.
Just four days after the death of George Floyd, and the day before former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was arrested, federal and state prosecutors were negotiating a possible plea deal with Chauvin, the FOX 9 Investigators have learned.
Behind the human tragedies, there is also data that paints a picture of how the City of Minneapolis has two different versions of "to protect and serve."
The FOX 9 Investigators obtained the most serious inspection reports in a survey of 362 nursing homes in the last several weeks by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) on behalf of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services (CMS).