The nonprofit behind it, which lost money on the event for years, announced steps to sort out its future.
A spokesman for Hennepin Healthcare said the hospital decided to end its agreement with Axon Enterprise. It will also update its code of ethics, and Dr. Jeffrey Ho will no longer work as the medical director for the manufacturer.
The funding infusion that will help finish construction of the 17-mile line by 2021.
The Minneapolis bar owner has not paid rent for two months, court documents show.
The alleged shooter and suspected gang member was arrested and charged with murder and kidnapping; an accomplice is at large.
The shooting on the edge of downtown last year came after an argument over blocking the sidewalk.
He was mad after the bouncer kicked him out, according to prosecutors.
In his first visit to Minnesota as a federal official, Carson said educating more people and fighting off "NIMBYism" or "Not In My Backyard" will be important.
The overlook will be the first new access to the river for the North Side in almost 20 years.
The awards ceremony was held Tuesday at City Hall.
He'll serve slightly more than 2 years in prison before being put on supervised release.
It's swarm season in Minnesota, when honeybees fan out in search of new homes. Sometimes, they pick the wrong neighborhood.
The boys, 15 and 16, had planned to steal vehicle.
In the meantime, Lola on the Lake is serving from a food truck near the site on weekends.
Steven Creamer, Jr. was fatally shot about 5:35 a.m. Saturday.
Tou Cha's lawyer says the Ramsey County Attorney's Office should have told him a probe of the five St. Paul officers was happening as he was negotiating a plea deal for his client.
The meeting comes days after the Star Tribune reported that the hospital continued to sedate people with ketamine and collect data for a study months after hospital leaders said they would halt their research.
A man was found dead Saturday in south Minneapolis, and police are investigating his death as a homicide.Police found the victim about 5:30 a.m. near…
Minneapolis lawyer Paul Hansmeier was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Governor calls changes a bipartisan success.