Minneapolis, First Avenue partnership in riverfront project re-examined.
It's a trend called "performance crime," a bewildering phenomenon often driven by a quest for online clout and not limited to any age group, education level or ideology. The oversharing by lawbreakers makes life easier for police
Laura Kruse's body was found after she took a streetcar home from a party at her beauty school.
Benno Black boarded a train 82 years ago to an unknown future.
A body was recovered from the Mississippi River Saturday morning in north Minneapolis.About 8:45 a.m., a passerby spotted what appeared to be a body floating…
She was a passenger in a Kia Hatchback that went off Shepard Road just before Interstate 35E about 12:30 a.m., according to the State Patrol.
Political action group calls extra note "underhanded."
Legal action against the federal U.S. marshals could follow in six months.
The "Wind Chime (after 'Dream')" installation in the Sculpture Garden is a new discovery for some, a favorite feature for others.
The city added 200 shelter beds since 2020 and has room to spare. The help may be sorely needed Friday, when a heat advisory is in effect.
Protesters demand Minneapolis attorney drops charges after more than 600 people were arrested last November
More than 600 people were arrested on I-94, most of which carry misdemeanor charges.
Association leaders said the new name will better reflect the area's Dakota heritage.
The Minneapolis Aquatennial parade was held July 21 along Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis
Police said they were looking for three suspects in connection with the attempted carjacking and shooting of a Door Dash driver late Wednesday.
The course is home turf for many Twin Cities Black golfers. It's also plagued by water problems.
If there's a message from Every Third Saturday's new headquarters near the Minneapolis VA Health Care System, it is this: There still is hope.
Officers questioned him 2 days later, but he cut it off because he hadn't slept in 24 hours and was tired, the criminal complaint against him read.
Council debates election questions over public safety overhaul, rent control and City Hall power structure.
The victims were a 67-year-old woman and her adult daughter.
Amid drought conditions, officials in both cities are asking customers to water their lawns and gardens before noon or after 6 p.m. to minimize evaporation.