Addiction treatment services launch in Blaisdell Av. mansion in Minneapolis

Addiction treatment services launch in Blaisdell Av. mansion in Minneapolis

The Minneapolis building's conversion spurred fight about supportive housing in Whittier.

Mpls. $15 minimum wage supporters kick off campaign

August 23
Mpls. $15 minimum wage supporters kick off campaign
The city on Tuesday appealed a judge's decision to let voters decide.

$10K reward offered in killing of Minneapolis grandmother nearly 3 months ago

August 23
$10K reward offered in killing of Minneapolis grandmother nearly 3 months ago
The woman was driving her teen granddaughter to an appointment when gang crossfire wounded her.
Eat & Drink
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Changes keep coming on Minneapolis' Eat Street

The concentration of inviting storefronts and sidewalk patios makes it one of the best places in the city to walk, never mind its diverse food choices. So what's new on Eat Street?
Minneapolis
9:43am

I-35 bridge collapse survivor is charged with ISIL ties

Mohamed Amiin Ali Roble was 10 years old when he became one of 145 people injured in the August 2007 bridge collapse. He collected $91,654 in settlement money on his 18th birthday.
Music
August 24
In April a rainbow appeared over Prince's Paisley Park, which will open for public tours in October.

Public tours of Paisley Park to begin in October

It may not be like Elvis Presley's Graceland, but Prince's Paisley Park could open as a museum on Oct. 6, in time for his memorial concert a week later, the trustees for his estate announced Wednesday afternoon. Fans could pay $38.50 to $100 or more for a 70-minute tour.
East Metro
August 24
St. Anthony officer Jeronimo Yanez fired the shots that killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop.

St. Anthony police officer who shot Philando Castile placed back on leave

St. Anthony officials drew widespread protests over his recent reinstatement.
West Metro
August 24

U taps new general counsel from Stinson Leonard Street

Douglas Peterson also has been a federal prosecutor.
Minneapolis
August 24

Minneapolis minimum wage appeal to be heard by Minn. Supreme Court

The state's Supreme Court will hear Minneapolis' appeal against putting hourly minimum on ballot.
Local
August 24

Minneapolis to host gun buyback program this weekend

A pair of fire stations on the city's North and South sides will host a gun turn-in program seeking to take hundreds of guns off the streets and turn them into works of art, city officials and the nonprofit group Pillsbury United Communities announced this week.
Minneapolis
August 23

Vikings pay tribute to legendary columnist Sid Hartman at new stadium

Bud Grant and Lou Nanne were among those on hand to dedicate the Sid Hartman Media Entrance at U.S. Bank Stadium.
West Metro
August 23

Obituary: Supercentenarian Marion Hunter danced through life

Before Marion Hunter died earlier this month — not long before what would have been her 111th birthday — she attributed her longevity to a…
Local
August 23

Police disarm gun-toting man during downtown Minneapolis fight

A Minneapolis police officer disarmed and arrested a man who allegedly pointed a gun at another man during a fight that broke out outside a downtown police station on Monday, authorities said.
Minneapolis
August 23

'Ticking' item briefly closes downtown Mpls. intersection

The sound was coming from a garbage can at the intersection of Hennepin and 7th, and the bomb squad safely solved the mystery. The streets were reopened after about 30 minutes.
Local
August 23

Police: Officers were not ordered to 'stand down' during Trump protests

Minneapolis police officials on Monday denied charges that their officers were ordered to "stand down" during protests last week outside a fundraiser for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that produced a few tense moments, but no arrests.
Minneapolis
August 22

Streets reopen after man in mental crisis barricades himself in Uptown duplex

A man believed to be suffering from a mental health crisis barricaded himself inside an Uptown Minneapolis duplex for more than two hours before peacefully…
Minneapolis
August 22

Judge orders $15 minimum wage to be put on Mpls. ballot

A Hennepin County Judge ruled Monday that the City Council was wrong to block the minimum-wage question from voters.
East Metro
August 22

Police: Fake Uber driver tries to sexually assault woman in Woodbury

A man posing as an Uber driver drove a woman from Uptown to Woodbury and attempted to sexually assault her, police said Monday. The attack…
Minneapolis
August 21

Central neighborhood gives utility boxes a jolt with Prince art

Local artists created six pieces paying tribute to the superstar.
Music
August 21

Metallica turns it up to 11 in sold-out U.S. Bank Stadium show

Review: The metal vets and their fans tested the limits of the Vikings palace in summer's biggest concert.
Minneapolis
August 20
July 29, 1991 Minneapolis City Council man Brian Coyle. July 30, 199...

Tevlin: 25 years after Brian Coyle's death, his legacy lives on

He was one of the first public officials in the nation to acknowledge he was gay and one of the first prominent people, before Magic…
Minneapolis
August 20
Concrete has chipped away exposing rusting reinforcement bars under Fr...

Hennepin Co. might close historic Greenway bridges to save money

Closings could be more common than updates as the historic stretch ages.
Minneapolis
August 20
Fans in the pit waited for Luke Bryan to perform Friday night at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Long lines at U.S. Bank Stadium for 1st show, but smooth transit

The will-call windows and women's bathrooms saw long waits at Friday's Luke Bryan concert at U.S. Bank Stadium. But after the venue's first concert, Metro Transit trains and buses cleared people out quickly.