North High Shines Under New Lights
For the first time in history, North High in Minneapolis played under the Friday Night Lights in October 2020, bringing hope to a community under intense stress for a number of reasons.
Frustrations Build With COVID Testing Sites
The demand for COVID tests surged in early 2022, fueled by the Omicron variant and holiday gatherings. In this story, we visited the airport saliva testing location, where staff stopped taking walk-ins due to the long lines.
A Tale of Friendship
Two best friends, forever bonded over their shared love of cars, leaned on each other to survive a frightening crash at a Central Minnesota speedway.
Minneapolis Struggles After Second Round of Riots
In late August, riots broke out in Minneapolis for the second time in three months, leading to major damage downtown. This story follows community activists as they work to rectify the situation.
Protests After MPD Killing of George Floyd
After George Floyd died in Minneapolis Police custody, thousands of people protested near the intersection of 38th and Chicago. This story was filed on May 26, 2020, during the first night of demonstrations.
Minneapolis Park Board Restricts Homeless Camps
The Park Board in Minneapolis voted to restrict homeless camps in 2020, after a large encampment at Powderhorn Park became increasingly dangerous amid an affordable housing shortage. We spent the overnight hours with neighbors to get a first-hand look.