Loading...

Floyd repeatedly begged police for his life

Newly released transcripts of Minneapolis police body camera footage provide the most detailed accounts of George Floyd’s death, which ignited prote
In his fatal encounter with Minneapolis police, George Floyd used the word "please" nearly five dozen times, according to newly released transcripts of police body camera footage.

Tornadoes kill one, leave wide path of damage in west-central Minnesota

30 minutes ago
Several homes and farmsteads were destroyed or severely damaged by the back-to-back twisters that hit the rural area.
Local

Trump to US schools: Reopen or you may lose federal funds

Alondra Cano, a City Council member, speaks during "The Path Forward" meeting at Powderhorn Park on Sunday, June 7, 2020, in Minneapolis. The focus of
Local

Minneapolis council members questioned on plans to remake police

A drive-thru COVID-19 test was given in northern Minnesota. Minnesotans seeking COVID-19 testing should be prepared for delays in results amid a natio
ALEX KORMANN, Star Tribune
A drive-thru COVID-19 test was given in northern Minnesota. Minnesotans seeking COVID-19 testing should be prepared for delays in results amid a national surge in cases

Testing delays possible despite stable COVID-19 phase in Minn.

Health officials urge against the ultimate complacent response of "COVID parties" to get infections over with among low-risk individuals.
Twins center fielder Byron Buxton caught the ball during a team scrimmage at Target Field. “His defense is like no other. The best I’ve ever seen,
Sports

Buxton is back to provide coverage in center field — without collisions

42 minutes ago
A woman wears a face mask at a bus stop, with an information sign asking people to keep social distance due to the corona pandemic, in Stockholm, Frid
Local

Sweden has become world's coronavirus cautionary tale: 'It's a self-inflicted wound'

Anoka’s Tyler Eischens had a 21-9 record and qualified for the NCAA Tournament last spring as a redshirt freshman at Stanford.
Sports

Former Anoka wrestler Eischens: 'Disbelief, shock' at Stanford dropping program

37 minutes ago
 Don't Miss
The William A. Irvin museum ore ship was carefully moved into its slip at the Duluth Harbor in October 2019. The Irvin will reopen to visitors on Frid

Duluth's ship museum, the William A. Irvin, reopens Friday for the first time in three years

The harbor landmark underwent extensive restoration.
Silverr Adams shopped for the first time at the new temporary tent-like Cub Foods in the parking lot of the Lake Street store in Minneapolis on Wednes
Local

Cub Foods opens store in tent at E. Lake Street location badly damaged in riots

Most Emailed