Lawsuit seeks rent refunds, receivership to manage Stephen Frenz's apartments

Lawsuit seeks rent refunds, receivership to manage Stephen Frenz's apartments

It's the second round of legal trouble for one of the landlords.

Tevlin: Abdi Warsame is a voice for Islam, for Somalia, and for hope

September 24

Minneapolis' Loring Park offers a mini-history lesson

September 24
Minneapolis' Loring Park offers a mini-history lesson
Before the weather gets chilly, let's take a stroll around Loring Park. It's a nice amble — and it's also a history of the city written in miniature.
Minneapolis
18 minutes ago

Mpls. fire captain files sexual harassment, retaliation suit

Vicki Jung says her department fostered a 'hostile' environment.
Minneapolis
8:56pm
Jenny Rhoades, a public works meter reader for Bloomington walked bris...

Move over rotary phones – meter readers join ranks of the relics

They survived longer than milkmen and most door-to-door salespeople, but modern technology is erasing another traditional figure of the urban landscape: water meter readers.The days…
Minneapolis
September 26

Twin Cities husband of ex-tax judge admits duping IRS

He pleaded guilty to $1M in improper deductions; the case against his wife, a former judge, is pending.
West Metro
September 25

Preservationists urge action to save steel grain elevators near U

Regents will vote on razing steel grain silos for athletic facilities.
Minneapolis
September 25

About time: Work begins on face-lift for Minneapolis City Hall clock

They can't turn back time, but workers updating the clock tower at Minneapolis City Hall are removing the white clock faces and replacing them with…
Minneapolis
September 24
Fans made it into TCF Bank Stadium on Sept. 1 for the opener against Oregon State, the first game for the new security policy, which has drawn a harsh review from some Gophers supporters.

TCF Bank Stadium security confuses, frustrates U fans

A revised bag policy has led to long lines as well since the Gophers' home opener on Sept. 1.
Minneapolis
September 23

Mpls. police detective sues over alleged retaliation, exam cheating

The $75,000 whistleblower suit was filed in Hennepin County District Court last week.
Minneapolis
September 23

Bonobos showroom headed to former Sex World building

The area is becoming a hot spot for men's boutiques.
Variety
September 23

An emotional Sheila E. says show will honor Prince's 'quiet' philanthropy

In announcing the latest Prince tribute, Sheila E. pledged that hers would reflect his quiet philanthropy, its proceeds funding programs for Minneapolis' young people.
Minneapolis
September 23

Man, 37, charged in brutal Minneapolis rape, torture

Authorities on Thursday charged a 37-year-old man with the brutal rape and torture of a woman in northeast Minneapolis last winter. Matthew Reinitz is jailed…
Prince
September 23
Sheila E performs during the last day of the Democratic National Conve...

Sheila E. to play Prince tribute show Oct. 23 at Orchestra Hall

His ex-drummer won't be at the big tribute concert but she'll headline one of her own.
West Metro
September 22

Mental illness in Hennepin jail far higher than previous estimates, new study finds

Inmates with mental health problems are also more likely to commit subsequent offenses.
Minneapolis
September 22

Before ethics vote, Mpls. council member warns of evidence vs. colleagues

The ethics complaint stems from Cano's tweets during a Black Lives Matter protest in December.
Minneapolis
September 22

Downtown Minneapolis YWCA to show off $12.5 million face-lift

A $12.5 million makeover means the YWCA in downtown Minneapolis will look refreshed as the nonprofit organization celebrates it 125th year. Planners have reworked much…
Minneapolis
September 22

Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce selects Weinhagen as new CEO

The vice president of the St. Paul chamber will start in his new role Oct. 10.
Minneapolis
September 22

Vision, sweat help return former mine research site to natural state

With volunteers' help, surplus federal land near airport is transforming.
Minneapolis
September 22

Dahir Adan: What we know

What we knowFamily and friends have identified 20-year-old Dahir Adan as the man who stabbed and injured nine people at Crossroads Center mall in St.…
Minneapolis
September 22

Mpls. police announce new transgender, gender nonconformity policy

The new rules will require officers to address transgender people using their preferred names and pronouns.
Minneapolis
September 21

St. Paul City Council weighs largest tax increase since recession

A plan for a maximum property-tax increase of 8.6 percent faces a likely veto.
Minneapolis
September 21
The city of Wabasha, Minn., lies beyond a massive algae bloom among the backwaters of the Mississippi River in late August.

Tiny bits of plastics, fiber are building up in the Mississippi River

Levels of ag pollutants have fallen, but "microplastics,'' an environmental threat worldwide, are rising.