Minneapolis Park Board considers delaying Hiawatha Golf Club closure

September 23
Minneapolis Park Board considers delaying Hiawatha Golf Club closure
Officials said more time is needed to complete plans.

Inner-city steak joint's closing won't slow Phillips neighborhood comeback

September 23
Inner-city steak joint's closing won't slow Phillips neighborhood comeback
The plan is to renovate Best Steak & Gyros at Chicago and Franklin avenues into an East African eatery.
Minneapolis
7:02am

Husband arrested after wife found dead in south Minneapolis home

A 55-year-old man was arrested Monday after his wife was found dead in their south Minneapolis home. A 911 call about 8:40 a.m. brought police…
Minneapolis
5:28am
Mohamed lye carries his 2-year old daughter Nafiso, with his wife Said...

New Trump travel ban fuels anxiety in Minnesota

The new order may draw legal challenges, but it's too soon to tell what will eventually happen, said a Somali attorney in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis
September 25

Minneapolis landlord ordered to pay $24,000 to tenants

Lance Redfield ordered to provide rent abatement, make repairs to property.
Minneapolis
September 25

Minneapolis police recognize newest leaders at promotion ceremony

The city promoted 20 officers, nodding to their vital role in tough times.
Minneapolis
September 25

Dunwoody College of Technology plans $10M renovation of Mpls. campus

Dunwoody College of Technology has plans to expand its Minneapolis campus with a $10 million renovation. The update comes as the school adds to its…
Minneapolis
September 23

Obituary: Volunteer chess coach and role model Jack Mangan dies at 67

A fundraiser, elementary school teacher and founder of several Minneapolis chess clubs that continue today, Mangan died Sept. 1, four months after a terminal cancer diagnosis. He was 67.
Minneapolis
September 23

Apartments evacuated after car crashes into Loring Park bar

Vehicle struck a Loring Park bar, forcing nearby residents out of homes.
Minneapolis
September 23

Two injured after car crashes into south Minneapolis smoke shop

The driver of the vehicle, Aaron R. Day, 44, of Onamia, Minn., was arrested, according to the police report. He appeared to be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, police said.
Super Bowl LII
September 23

Be careful with the phrase 'Super Bowl' in marketing; NFL has the trademark

While the Super Bowl brings opportunities, the National Football League has been notoriously protective of its trademarks.
Minneapolis
September 22

Nurse charged with stealing pain medication from Minn. VA hospital

Matthew Leininger, 42, faces five counts of theft.
Minneapolis
September 22

Minneapolis continues to issue more than $1 billion in building permits

For the sixth year straight, Minneapolis has passed the billion-dollar benchmark.
South Metro
September 22

Likely 10-year sentence for drunk driver who killed Minnesota Chorale singer

Israel Delos Santos, 30, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of criminal vehicular homicide in connection with the June 1 crash that killed Krista Sandstrom, 47, of St. Paul.
Minneapolis
September 22
Finland President Sauli Niinisto gave a thumbs-up after he took part i...

This weekend, Minnesota celebrates the Finns, with rare visit by president

FinnFest USA returns to Minneapolis on nation's 100th anniversary.
Minneapolis
September 22

State officials meet North Side business owners to talk jobs, economic development

Minority employment in Minnesota since recession has risen more than in other states.
Minneapolis
September 22
Ria Patel's mother Devyani Patel continually lit candles around her pi...

About 300 gather to honor St. Thomas student left to die in Minneapolis crash

Prosecutors have charged 21-year-old Michael Laurence Campbell with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
Minneapolis
September 22

Mpls. council member 'sorry' after handing chewed gum to opponent

Incumbent Lisa Goodman apologizes to challenger Teqen Zéa-Aida after handing her already chewed gum over at a candidate forum.
Minneapolis
September 21

Early voting in city elections begins Friday in Minneapolis

Voters can vote in person or cast absentee ballots before Election Day on Nov. 7.
Minneapolis
September 21

Renaming of Lake Calhoun now in the hands of Hennepin County Board

Controversy over change to Bde Maka Ska could be resolved next month.
South Metro
September 21

Zebra mussels found in Minneapolis, Lakeville lakes

A single mussel was found in Lake Harriet on a boat recovered from the bottom. Five were found in Lake Marion.
West Metro
September 21

Southwest light-rail wall draws the ire of Minneapolis, state officials

Met Council asked to study how barrier will affect Minneapolis.