Several Dead In Latest Mass Shooting
Police in Indianapolis say eight people were shot and killed in a shooting late Thursday at a FedEx facility and the shooter killed himself.
Chauvin Defense Began Calling Witnesses Today
A use of force expert called by the defense contradicted prosecution experts concerning Chauvin's conduct.
Pope Calls for Resignation of Minnesota Bishop
He was accused of interfering in clergy sex abuse investigations.
Feds Recommend Pause for Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine
The U.S. is recommending a “pause” in administration of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots.
Over 20-Years in Prison For MN Man Who Shot at Police
He had promised a "bloodbath."
Twins Take No-Hitter Into 8th Inning to Win Pitching Duel
José Berríos and Corbin Burnes for the Brewers both pitched 6 hitless innings.
Lawsuit Filed by Woman Sexually Assaulted During Jail Transport
The incident occurred in Cannon Falls while the woman was being transported from the Olmsted County Jail to Minneapolis.
Twins Lose Season Opener in Extra Innings
The Twins led until the bottom of the 9th.
George Floyd’s Girlfriend Called to Testify
George Floyd’s girlfriend tearfully told a jury Thursday the story of how they met -- at a Salvation Army shelter where he was a security guard with “this great, deep Southern voice, raspy” -- and how they both struggled mightily with an addiction to opioids.
Firefighter Blocked From Helping Floyd Gives Emotional Testimony, Admonished by Judge
A Minneapolis firefighter who wept as she recalled being prevented from using her EMT training to help George Floyd was admonished by the Judge