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Oct 15,2014 at 4:18 PM

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Sep 1,2014 at 4:51 PM


As the Minnesota State Fair winds down, the fair’s lost and found tends to wind up.

The head of the unit, Julie Samec, says up to 2,000 items are turned in during the fair’s 12-day run every year. Most of the valued items, like...
Aug 25,2014 at 9:04 PM


High definition could be on the way to police surveillance cameras in Minneapolis.

Despite the Minneapolis City Council Ways and Means Committee postponing a vote on Monday, the city is expected to sign a 10-year contract with...
Aug 22,2014 at 6:08 PM
Should a Carver County man who killed his parents 15 years ago be transferred to a halfway house in St. Paul? A three-judge panel must now make that decision. Richard Happ is currently at the State Hospital in St. Peter but is being treated in a program...
Aug 21,2014 at 6:23 AM
Buying school supplies for your kids? Save those receipts if you want to save some money at tax time. The Minnesota Department of Revenue is reminding parents that some of those school supplies can be written off come next April 15. The state's tax laws...
Aug 19,2014 at 7:38 AM


As Twin Cities students head back to school in the next two weeks, local education leaders have some homework of their own.

The achievement gap between white and non-white students in Twin Cities schools is one of the highest in...
Aug 11,2014 at 10:28 PM
Golf, anyone? More than 650,000 people play golf in Minnesota at least once a year.  But the number is dropping, and so is the number of golf courses. Tom Ryan, Executive Director of the Minnesota Golf Association, says there are about 500 golf courses...
Jul 9,2014 at 7:23 PM
The Metropolitan Council approved changes to the proposed Southwest Light Rail Transit project route along the Kenilworth Corridor in Minneapolis. The city and Met Council announced the deal Tuesday. It will eliminate the proposed train tunnel north of...
Jul 8,2014 at 8:59 AM
Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, 62-year-old Walter Happel, of Newport, Minnesota, entered a not-guilty plea in Ramsey County Court Monday in connection with allegations he sexually abused children over the past 30 years......
Jun 10,2014 at 7:27 AM


The Minneapolis City Council is expected to vote this week to provide additional funding to expand the police department's ShotSpotter program.

The devices around the city pick up the sounds of gunshots and relay their exact...
Jun 5,2014 at 7:49 AM


The attorney for the man convicted of killing two teenage cousins inside his home in Little Falls has filed a motion to appeal the case with the Minnesota Supreme Court.

Attorney Steve Meshbesher wants a new trial for...
Jun 4,2014 at 8:52 PM
The attorney for the man convicted of killing two cousins inside his home in Little Falls has filed a motion to appeal the case with the State Supreme Court. Attorney Steve Meshbesher wants a new trial for 65-year-old Byron Smith, saying Judge Douglas...
May 30,2014 at 9:41 PM
More than 250,000 Minnesotans care for people with memory loss, including Alzheimer's and dementia, and it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Eight-five percent of all adults with long-term care needs get that care from family members. A free caregiver's conference,...
May 22,2014 at 7:14 AM
Social media can be great for reconnecting with old friends or sharing events in your life. But can it actually change your life? Could it even save a life? 5 Eyewitness News met a group of people who say "yes!"......
May 20,2014 at 5:43 PM
If you think Facebook is only good for posting selfies, or pictures of your kids, your cats, or your dinner--  we have a story that will change your mind. It turns out social media is actually changing, and even saving people's lives. In the first of...