Minnesota lawmakers are advancing $4.6 million to reimburse the State Patrol and Minnesota Department of Transportation for responding to the civil unrest in late May and early June.
The 122-acre former Ford Site on the west side of St. Paul has a new name: Highland Bridge.
A Carver County deputy shot and killed a 29-year-old man who was holding a female hostage at gunpoint on the Mendota Bridge early Monday morning, according to the sheriff. The hostage did not suffer any serious injuries.
Mothers who lost loved ones in altercations with police took to the streets of St. Paul on Sunday to call for change.
The Minnesota Legislature will convene for its second special session of the year Monday.
The federal government has denied a request from Minnesota Governor Tim Walz for funds to help rebuild the Twin Cities after damage caused during unrest that followed the death of George Floyd.
Saturday, a group of parents, students, and even some teachers joined a rally at the Minnesota capitol calling for schools to reopen for in-person instruction this fall.
Senator Tina Smith met with a group of St. Paul business owners, who are working to get back on their feet amid COVID-19 and the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.
The principal of a middle school in White Bear Lake, Minnesota is responding after photos showing stacks of books in a school dumpster spread on social media.
The City of Maplewood, Minnesota has moved to break up a tent encampment that had developed in recent weeks outside a library branch.
The 2020 Minnesota State Fair is canceled this year, but as a consolation prize, the Fair is selling a small piece of the fair for fair fans to pick up this summer.
One month after protesters tore down the Christopher Columbus statue at the Minnesota State Capitol, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has presented their investigative file to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office for a charging decision.
Wednesday, U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald announced the formation of a new Twin Cities Violent Crime Task Force in response to the spike in gun violence and violent crime across the Twin Cities metro.
Four years before George Floyd’s death, similar calls for change were voiced following the death of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety updated the state's driver's manual Monday with additional information on what to do if you are pulled over by police while in possession of a weapon. The announcement comes four years to the day after Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights after informing the officer he was legally carrying a firearm.
The Anoka County Sheriff's Office says a 50-year-old armed man fired at law enforcement in Spring Lake Park Monday afternoon before being taken into custody.
Police are looking for the driver involved in a shooting last month in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Gun-carrying protesters at the Minnesota State Capitol called for Black people to exercise their Second Amendment rights.
Authorities rescued a man from the Mississippi River Thursday night after he had become pinned to a barge by the current.
The Twin Cities metro area is included in an air quality alert due to an increase in ground-level ozone, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.