Gunfire broke out on the rooftop of a Hennepin Avenue restaurant about 2 a.m. Saturday.
St. Anthony West, a quiet area with modest homes, is growing more densely populated.
Minneapolis seeks stricter security at the downtown restaurant and bar.
A spokesperson said the "totality of his circumstances, including his role as a police officer," led to the move to another state. Noor was convicted of killing Justine Ruszczyk Damond in a Minneapolis alley after she called 911.
Police have yet to make any arrests in connection with the killing.
Partner Thor Construction abruptly shut down during work on apartment complex
Somali-Canadian activist went back to broadcast "the other side of Somalia."
Tenants, landlords clash over potential Mpls. rule.
Heat advisory covers until at least 10 p.m., prompts cautionary message from National Weather Service.
Their goal is to buy buildings from the landlord and create renter-owned cooperatives.
Six months of heightened fear and friction between cops and the gay community followed.
A cool, eclectic lineup of rootsy acts from Minnesota and beyond ranging in age from college-age sibling rockers the Shackletons to 92-year-old vet Cornbread Harris performed.
Site would mean 111 bus parking stalls and 110 full-time and other jobs.
The international conference began Thursday and continues until Monday.
Frizell will lead the department's 120 full-time and 60 part-time officers.
A new version of the plan removes two of the medians that would have forced drivers to turn.
Laura Stearns contends that jurors had no idea that insurance companies were on the hook, not CTC, for paying any damages in her case.
In the 26 years since Richard Murphy Jr. became the fourth-generation head of his family’s Minneapolis warehousing business, he helped it grow from one to…
Activists question Metro Transit's investigation and why the van driver has not been charged.