DULUTH, MN -- Minnesota ranks 9th in the nation when it comes to its number of missing and murdered indigenous women cases. Many of these cases go undocumented.
In a KBJR 6 news special entitled "Missing and Murdered: An Invisible Epidemic", we shine a light on the epidemic by sitting down with families impacted by the crisis and explores the challenges faced by investigating authorities.
KBJR 6 evening anchor Bonney Bowman stopped by the KBJR 6 Today studio to discuss the importance of covering this epidemic, and what Minnesota is doing to curb it.
You can watch "Missing and Murdered: An Invisible Epidemic" Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. on KBJR 6.