Our network

Eden Prarie Family Sues City after Tree Kills Woman<br />

Nina Mackay -

The family of an Eden Prairie woman who was killed by a falling tree has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city.

Community Sponsors

20 years in business!
We Are A Ministry of Transfiguration Lutheran Church

New U of M Study Links using a Doula and Reduction in C-Sections

Having someone by your side could be a big help for pregnant women.

A new University of Minnesota study found that having a doula, or birth coach, in the delivery room can lower a mother's chances of having a cesarean section. Over the past two decades, c-section rates have jumped from a little more than 20 percent to a record 33 percent of births.

Minneapolis Police: Stay out of the Park After Dark

Minneapolis Police sent out crime prevention fliers to people who live near Powderhorn Lake. The fliers were distributed after more than a dozen burglaries and robberies were reported in the south Minneapolis neighborhood earlier this month.

From Aug. 19-26, three homes and two garages were targeted within a few blocks of each other.

New Regulations Start Oct. 1 for New Home Construction in Mpls.

There are new regulations in Minneapolis for new homes after the city council approved new zoning amendments.

The council addressed the issue because of complaints, especially in southwest Minneapolis. Some neighbors are concerned that construction of newer, bigger homes is ruining the charm of their neighborhoods.

Community Sponsors

Colonial BP Offers Auto Repair Services You Can Count On!

Minneapolis City Council Votes to Approve SWLRT Project

Photo: KSTP-TV/Josh Rosenthal -

The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to approve the $1.6 billion Southwest Light Rail Transit line.

KSTP Reporter Josh Rosenthal reports the municipal consent vote passed 10-3, with Council Members Lisa Goodman, Cam Gordon and Barbara Johnson dissenting.

Weekend Box Office: 'As Above, So Below' and 'November Man'

Casey Messer, host of The Reelz Show, gives you a preview of what's hot at the box office this weekend. This week, we travel deep below Paris, and an ex-CIA officer looks a lot like James Bond.

"As Above, So Below"

Health Care Success Causes Minneapolis Clinic to Close

A Minneapolis medical clinic is closing, largely because more people are obtaining health insurance through the Affordable Care Act and seeking care elsewhere.

Minnesota Public Radio News reports the Neighborhood Involvement Program provides medical care to thousands of uninsured and underinsured people.