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September 7
FILE -- Richard Liu, the JD.com founder who was arrested in the United States on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct, in Shanghai, Jan. 4, 2015. Liu,

Mpls. police continue to investigate sex assault allegations against Chinese billionaire

They've declined to provide details and will send the case to the Hennepin County attorney.
Minneapolis
September 7

Toddler found wandering in Minneapolis reunited with family

The child, estimated to be about 18 months old, was found walking barefoot in the 2700 block of Nicollet Avenue S.
Minneapolis
September 7
Carol Becker (shown in 2011) is an elected official in Minneapolis who is trying to do business under the named "WedgeLive," which a blogger currently

Blogger sues city official over 'Wedge Live' trademark dispute

John Edwards said a city official tried to co-opt his brand to silence him.
Eat & Drink
September 7
Twin Cities bakery boom continues with Black Walnut opening in Uptown

Twin Cities bakery boom continues with Black Walnut opening in Uptown

Baker/owner Sarah Botcher's goodies can be found in all Spyhouse Coffee locations, and now she's opening her own storefront.
West Metro
September 6
Hennepin County Deputy Administration Jennifer DeCubellis, shown in 2017, said there is a “sense of hope.”

Hennepin County placing more mistreated kids with relatives, fewer in shelters

A report released Thursday points to some progress since reforms were enacted in 2015.
Minneapolis
September 6
In July, park Police Chief Jason Ohotto, Interim Superintendent Mary Merrill and Abdirahman Mukhtar, Minneapolis parks' community outreach and access

Minneapolis Park Board: Bodycam video of Minnehaha Park incident not public

The two park police officers involved are still on the job.
Minneapolis
September 6
Kevin Garnett returned to the Timberwolves in 2015.

Ex-Wolves star Garnett alleges he was defrauded out of $77 million

He's suing an accountant and his firm, claiming they helped a now-imprisoned wealth manager steal tens of millions of dollars of the retired athlete's money.
Minneapolis
September 6
The under-construction Trailhead in Theodore Wirth Park during snowy April.

Loppet Foundation owes $400,000 for Trailhead project in Wirth Park

Outdoors hub is to be donated to the city once payment dispute resolved.
Minneapolis
September 6
DeSean Daggs

Murder charges filed nine months after Dinkytown slaying

Police suspect that victim was shot over a previous attempted robbery.
Minneapolis
September 6
Volunteers who tend to the Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery at E. Lake Street and Cedar Avenue S. say that sometime last week someone stole

1850s-era cemetery entry vandalized along Lake Street

A plaque at a prominent entrance was stolen; other damage committed.
Minneapolis
September 6
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, left, appeared in Hennepin County District Court with his attorney Thomas Plunkett in May.

Filing: Noor raised red flags with trainers, psychiatrists

According to prosecutors, the former Minneapolis officer was flagged by two psychiatrists during the pre-hiring evaluation in early 2015, according to the records.
Home & Garden
September 6
The demolished remains of the Pillsbury Mansion were photographed Wednesday, August 29, 2018 in Orono, Minn. ] AARON LAVINSKY ï aaron.lavinsky@startr

Demolished Pillsbury mansion's contents to be sold this weekend

Furniture from the demolished estate will be available this weekend.
Minneapolis
September 5
Will Lumpkins, left, manager of Northside Greenway Now, discussed the proposed bike and pedestrian path in north Minneapolis with ThreeSixty student J

Organizers aim to spark health habits throughout north Minneapolis

Northside Greenway Now is looking to improve healthy habits of residents.
Music
September 5
Lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and James Hetfield of Metallica performed at Target Center on Tuesday night.

Metallica cranks it up in intimate Minneapolis gig

Review: Tuesday's show included some old rarities and a fresh-enough energy.
Minneapolis
September 5
Augsburg Prof. Mzenga Wanyama and his wife, Mary, waited outside the Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in April.

Augsburg University professor facing deportation gets to stay for now

Mzenga Wanyama will be teaching English literature this fall at Augsburg.
Minneapolis
September 5
The Minneapolis Police Department's records unit is seeing more requests for body camera footage, even as it has taken on more duties, such as a “qu

Minneapolis officials blame growing police records backlog on tech troubles, staffing shortages

A learning curve, new technology and a surge in requests lead to delays.
Minneapolis
September 4

Minneapolis Public Housing Authority seeks to privatize two high-rise towers

Residents have been told they won't be forced out.
Minneapolis
September 4
Kraus-Anderson has proposed to build a 16-story apartment tower with approximately 330 units and a new Wells Fargo bank on 8th Street between Portland

Kraus-Anderson proposes apartments on Wells Fargo site in Minneapolis

Kraus-Anderson proposes plan for downtown Mpls. site; the bank would stay.
Minneapolis
September 4
Lisa Skjefte, founder of The First Gift, stitched a pair of moccasins at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. The organization gifts the moccasins

Community's gifts welcome Native American babies to the world

The partnership with All My Relations Arts, a contemporary American Indian fine art gallery in Minneapolis, make moccasins for Indian babies needing special care.
Minneapolis
September 4
LaTrisha Vetaw works with NorthPoint Health and Wellness to reverse the effects of tobacco use among teens and in minority communities. According to T

Tobacco foes say menthol is anything but cool

NorthPoint works to curb the effects of products targeted to young people.