A woman has been arrested in connection to the death of a baby boy who was found in the Mississippi River in 2003. She has also been identified as the mom of a baby girl found in the river in 1999.
The Trapp family from Esko, Minnesota, has officially been named the world’s tallest by Guinness World Records.
John Jones, the driver in a deadly hit-and-run in Minnesota last October, is avoiding nearly six years in prison, after the victim's family agreed to a sentence including 10 years of probation, addiction therapy and a year in the workhouse.
An attorney for a Minneapolis apartment building has filed to evict a tenant for displaying Nazi symbols.
Lorna Klefsaas of Motley, Minnesota, paid her son, Sivert, to stay off social media, allowing him to escape many of the pressure teenagers face today.
Three former Minneapolis police officers federally charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights were in court Tuesday for a pre-trial hearing.
Hospitals in Michigan and Minnesota are reporting a wave of COVID-19 patients not seen in months. Beds are filling with unvaccinated people, and health care providers are warning that staff are being worn down by yet another surge.
Three people were arrested in connection to the bar shooting that left one woman dead and 14 people injured early Sunday morning in downtown St. Paul.
The former Minneapolis police officer convicted of murder in George Floyd's death intends to appeal his conviction and sentence, saying the judge abused his discretion or erred during several key points in the case, according to documents filed Thursday.
A woman called the "Neighbor from Hell" has been charged again after she allegedly harassing another set of neighbors.
Minneapolis city and community leaders gathered Sunday to announce a $30,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in any of the three recent shootings of children.
A Union Pacific spokesperson says 28 cars have derailed in Albert Lea, Minn. on Saturday.
KTVU Legal Analyst Michael Cardoza spoke with Alex Savidge on The Four on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 following the arrest of Kim Potter, the former police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright.
The Brooklyn Center police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright has resigned, Law Enforcement Labor Services announced Tuesday. Officer Kim Potter has resigned from her position, effective immediately, and submitted her letter to city staff this morning.
The police officer who shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center Sunday afternoon was identified as Kim Potter by the Minnesota BCA Monday night.
How does an officer use a gun instead of a Taser? Experts agree this is a real but very rare occurrence that probably happens less than once a year nationwide.
Jurors at all trials feel pressure. But the weight on jurors in Minneapolis is in a whole different category as they'll be asked whether to assign guilt in the death of a Black man that prompted some of the largest protests in U.S. history.
A Wright County Sheriff's deputy investigating Gregory Ulrich, the man charged in the deadly Allina Health clinic shooting, believes Ulrich's dependency on pain medication was the "driving force" in the incident, according to search warrant applications filed in the case.
Buffalo, Minnesota resident Tiffany was dropping her mom off at the Allina Health clinic moments after shots were fired Tuesday morning. She said as soon as she pulled up to the front door, two nurses came running and jumped into her car.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving purchased George Floyd’s family a new home, according to former NBA player and close friend of the Floyd family Stephen Jackson.