Tom Lyden, veteran reporter and FOX 9 Investigator, is leaving FOX 9 this month.
The new federal rule to regulate ghost guns was intended to keep untraceable and un-serialized firearms out of the hands of criminals and kids. However, the rule continues to face legal challenges across the country.
Tommy Byers had been inhaling the product – also known as huffing – for a quick and ultimately, deadly high. Even Tommy’s closest friends and family were in the dark about his addiction.
Maple Grove Police submitted the Rob Anderson cold case to prosecutors last week for possible manslaughter charges, but his family hopes murder charges will be considered as well. Anderson, 19, died mysteriously during a night of underage drinking in the basement of a friend’s house in the early morning hours of December 4, 2009.
A registered nurse had her license suspended for a third time after allegedly stealing pain medications last year from residents in a Minnesota nursing home.
The largest renter of single-family homes in the U.S. has ‘extracted’ $40 million dollars in wealth from neighborhoods in North Minneapolis, according to a report from two renters' rights groups.
Police in Faribault seized 22 suspected marijuana plants from a parking lot tent sale on Tuesday, the first day of recreational marijuana legalization in Minnesota. However, the owner insists they were not marijuana plants but "immature" hemp plants.
A fourth aquifer breach has been confirmed in connection to the construction of Enbridge’s Line 3 oil pipeline, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
A Hennepin County judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by Bad Rooster, a Minnetonka based food truck, against a woman who claimed on social media the food truck was financing a cult-like group that destroys families.
Another victim is suing a Long Prairie horseback riding summer camp, saying its owner gave a sexual predator who worked at the camp free reign to groom and sexually exploit underage girls.
For one Minnesota woman memories from the Pride Block Party a year ago come back as two-to-three-second flashes: Images of dancing with a friend at the Saloon nightclub, sitting in a stranger’s car in a parking ramp, and her rape by that same stranger.
For one Minnesota woman memories from the Pride Block Party a year ago come back as two-to-three-second flashes: Images of dancing with a friend at the Saloon night club, sitting in a stranger’s car in a parking ramp, and her rape by that same stranger.
Despite the $6.5 million authorized by the legislature to begin the process of turning the vacant Roof Depot warehouse in South Minneapolis into an urban farm with retail and residential space, few people have seen inside the 230,000-square-foot structure in the last decade. Until now.
Line 3 became fully operational in October 2021. However, case records obtained by the FOX 9 Investigators reveal Enbridge was aware of problems a lot sooner than the company let on.
A project that has long been protested, Enbridge’s Line 3 oil pipeline, and complaints it has received, is the center of this FOX 9 Investigators piece.
CoreLogic’s map for North Minneapolis shows an enormous swath of red from Golden Valley Road to the south, spanning the length of seven neighborhoods: Near North, Willard-Hay, Jordan, Hawthorne, Folwell, McKinley, and Camden.
Minneapolis Police provide this data, and much more, like shots fired calls, free to download from the city’s website, but are data maps de-incentivizing investment in north Minneapolis? FOX 9 Investigators takes a look.
While GPS technology can be helpful to consumers in a variety of ways, more criminals are leveraging the technology to illegally track and even stalk their victims.
While GPS technology can be helpful to consumers in a variety of ways, more criminals are leveraging the technology to illegally track and even stalk their victims. GPS technology is already a $3 billion dollar industry and market projections expect it to grow even more over the next few years.
A second, independent autopsy has found a Maple Grove teenager’s death in 2009 was a homicide.