Municipal sidewalk shoveling would cost Minneapolis $116M in first three years
The City Council learned Thursday that a city program to take over shoveling from property owners would be expensive and pose logistical issues.
Are the 2024 Olympic gymnastics trials coming to Minneapolis?
Gov. Tim Walz has hinted that would happen and the group working to bring the event to Minnesota has scheduled a press conference for next week about a major event at Target Center.
First look: See the Uptown Theater's makeover into Minneapolis' newest concert hall
The historic movie house will host its first public rock show Saturday following an overhaul from the company behind the Armory's rebirth.
Mary Moriarty touts 'breathtaking' legislation on criminal justice reform
The town hall event touched on gun reform, juvenile crime and supporting sexual assault victims.
Armstrong's Breker wins a high-level 3,200 at track and field state meet
Noah Breker was the fastest of three runners who broke nine minutes, followed by Minneapolis Washburn's Aiden Jones and Southwest's Sam Scott.
Twin Cities River Rats
Twin Cities River Rats perform Escape to Rataritaville on the Mississippi.
Part of E. Lake Street to close Saturday for Minneapolis' first 2023 Open Streets event
Four more Open Streets events are scheduled into October.
Removed from Foreign Affairs, Rep. Ilhan Omar amplifies her voice
Minnesota lawmaker attributes surge in interest in her foreign policy activities to the exposure she received when Republicans removed her from the Foreign Affairs panel.
Jury finds man not guilty in New Year's Day shooting at Minneapolis after-hours party
The jury deliberated about 11 hours before Bernard A. Mack was acquitted.
Wrestling heel Iron Sheik dies; his 'anti-USA' image born in Minnesota
The idea for the Iron Sheik character played by Khosrow Vaziri came from the wife of wrestling legend Verne Gagne. It was Gagne who first trained and promoted the wrestler after Vaziri moved to Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Public Schools looks to one-time funds to help cover $97M gap in proposed budget
The district is planning to balance its budget with pandemic relief funds, which sunset in 2024, and withdrawals from the rainy day fund.
Minneapolis VA seeks answers over vexing 'phantom' amputee pain
Mobile app under development to help veterans do home activities that reduce amputation-related pain.
'Operation Safe Summer' targets crime hotspots in Minneapolis
Crime hotspots in Minneapolis will be saturated with law enforcement at specific times under an initiative detailed ahead of the warm summer days and nights ahead.
Driver in north Minneapolis Kia crash was 12-year-old boy
The ages of the driver and 5 teenage passengers who were hospitalized were released by the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office.
Minneapolis floats new vision for downtown's Nicollet Mall
No buses and looser liquor rules were among the recommendations put forth by a task force of advisers that Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey assembled.
Mall of America shooter pleads guilty to assault, averts trial
Repeat gun offender fired three shots inside the crowded mall during a confrontation last August.
Senate leader Dziedzic: 'I just listened to what the doctor said and just focused'
DFLer worked from hospital and home as she faced surgery and chemotherapy.
Former landlords stripped of properties say Mpls. violated their rights
The landlords say the city owes them millions for forcing them to liquidate their properties.
Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Awards nominations open for annual honors
Three special honors are given out every year, and the Star Tribune is now accepting applications from the public and school district leaders.
Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Awards show coming to Target Center on June 28
The sixth annual celebration will once again celebrate Twin Cities student-athletes and those who support them.