Security checked IDs at the front door of Aqua nightclub in 2014. After three were shot inside the club early Monday, Minneapolis is considering revok

Minneapolis may yank license of Aqua nightclub after shooting

City inspectors had warned the club about its security precautions, council member says.

Interim Minneapolis Park Board superintendent proposes $120.1 million budget for 2019

October 17
Interim Minneapolis Park Board Superintendent Mary Merrill.
Property tax hike, overdose plan, new focus on youth programming part of plan.

Onetime Mpls. cop convicted of sexually abusing teen in hotels, squad car

October 17
David Campbell
Prosecutors say David Campbell warned her not to report him, threatening to shoot her in the head if he got in trouble.
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Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis.

Bryant-Lake Bowl, a Lyn-Lake landmark, is changing hands

Kim Bartmann, who owns 10 Minneapolis restaurants, says "it's time."
Minneapolis
October 20
Wayne Brabender took an improbable journey from the soybean fields of west-central Minnesota in the 1960s to Spanish national fame as a two-time Olymp

A basketball star's journey, from Milan (Minn.) to Madrid

Wayne Brabender is the greatest Minnesota basketball player you've never heard of.
Minneapolis
October 20
This year students in Ashley Wilke's AP psychology class will be required to pay a $60 fee to take their AP tests at the end of class if they want to

Metro school districts go to voters to right fiscal ships

Levies in Mpls., St. Paul and suburbs would boost taxes, steady district finances.
Minneapolis
October 20

Minneapolis Park Board wants to hear your vision for Hiawatha golf course property

What is your vision for the future of the Hiawatha Golf Club, the nearby lake and surrounding area?Perhaps a food forest, or a place filled…
Minneapolis
October 20
Outside groups have spent $9.1 million in the Third District race between Democrat Dean Phillips, left, and Rep. Erik Paulsen, one of several Minnesot

Outside groups flood Minn. with $29M in four key House races

Minnesota sees more than $29M in political group cash for four House races that will help determine which party controls Congress next year.
Minneapolis
October 20

Minneapolis City Council approves $1.5 million for homeless camp relocation

The Minneapolis City Council on Friday approved spending $1.5 million for the relocation of the Hiawatha homeless camp, even though the type of temporary housing…
Minneapolis
October 19
Loyola-Chicago fans cheer their team on against Michigan during the semifinals of last year's NCAA Final Four in San Antonio..

Minneapolis OKs $900k subsidy for 2019 men's Final Four

Officials expect to make $1.75M on the event.
Minneapolis
October 19
Jayme Closs, 13, has been missing since her parents were found dead in their Barron, Wisconsin, home.

911 call log: Officers found door kicked in, parents' bodies, no Jayme

Officials renew efforts in search for Wis. teen whose parents were murdered.
Minneapolis
October 19
Jared Scheierl is pictured in November 2016 outside the U.S. Courthouse shortly after speaking at Danny Heinrich's sentencing.

Cold Spring sex assault victim to testify against Danny Heinrich decades after assault

Assaulted in 1989, he has sued man who killed Jacob Wetterling.
Minneapolis
October 19

Mpls. municipal ID plan raises privacy concerns

As the city of Minneapolis prepares to create a municipal identification card for people living in the country illegally and any other resident who wants…
Minneapolis
October 19
People search along Highway 8 near Barron, Wisconsin, for signs of Jayme Closs, the 13-year-old girl who has been missing since early Monday, after he

Dozens of volunteers help in search for missing Wis. teen

Despite the turnout of about 100 volunteers, Thursday's ground search ended in frustration.
Minneapolis
October 18
Arson is suspected in a fire that was set at the front door of this Minneapolis house.

Arson scorches Mpls. house; 'Black Lives Matter' sign part of blaze

Police suspect arson, say person ran from scene.
Minneapolis
October 18
Former Minneapolis FBI agent Terry Albury walked out of the Federal Courthouse in St. Paul being sentenced to four years in prison for leaking classif

Ex-FBI agent gets 4 years in prison for leaking documents

A former FBI agent who admitted to leaking classified defense documents to a reporter was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison.
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October 17
The graffiti-covered food stalls at Cargo Food Authority, shown here under construction, are built out of shipping containers.

Target Center replacing Hubert's with shipping container-themed restaurant

Cargo Food Authority, opening in November, will serve global fare, food court-style.
Minneapolis
October 16
The Eleven, which would be along the Mississippi River in the Mill District, would stand at 41 stories, or 550 feet.

41-story Eleven condo tower gets approval of Mpls. planners

Rising 550 feet along the riverfront in the Mill District, the Eleven would be the tallest residential tower in the state.
Minneapolis
October 16
U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts left, answered a student's question following his conversation with former U Law School Dean Robert Stein at Northrop

Amid political turmoil, judiciary maintains independence, Chief Justice John Roberts says in Mpls.

The U.S. chief justice discussed law and veered away from the Brett Kavanaugh hearing during appearance at Northrop Auditorium.
Minneapolis
October 16
Melvin Broom raised his hands in praise during worship time as Herris Heidenreich, center, led the song “Power in the Blood” at the weekly fellows

Ex-prisoners program expands, faces wary neighbors in Mpls.

FreedomWorks is expanding from a 15-bed building it recently sold in north Minneapolis to a remodeled nursing home campus that could one day serve as many as 180 men and women.
Minneapolis
October 16
Homeless residents of a large homeless encampment stay warm by a fire Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis, MN.

Minneapolis committee approves using $1.5 million in redevelopment funds to relocate homeless camp

The city of Minneapolis would draw $1.5 million from a redevelopment fund to move the sprawling homeless encampment on Franklin and Hiawatha avenues, under a…
Minneapolis
October 16

Minneapolis' inspections chief leaving to run Duluth's city government

Noah Schuchman has told Mayor Jacob Frey he's leaving Nov. 2.
Minneapolis
October 15
Damage was evident inside the halls of the building on Aldrich Avenue South in Minneapolis.

Tenants ordered out of Mpls. apartment building when cracks appear after nearby excavation

Cracks appeared in the building this summer after the start of excavation for a new building nearby. Tenants were given less than 72 hours' notice Friday to vacate the building.