Plans to relocate a federal government office in the Twin Cities have gone off track, and all because of a bus stop. Many people who need to go to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Bloomington wouldn’t be able to get there easily without public transportation. The office’s current location is just a block away from a bus stop, but the office is scheduled to move this fall. Even though the office is still in Bloomington, it is at least 3 miles away from a Metro Transit bus stop.
Many school districts across the state canceled classes because of the extreme cold, which meant getting the word out to families, so they could make arrangements. But still, school officials know that sometimes not everyone gets the message.
The Minneapolis Police Department has issued a crime alert after a sexual assault near the area of Chicago and Franklin avenues Saturday afternoon.
Another armed robbery has been reported at the University of Minnesota, this time near the University Village. Authorities said the incident occurred around 8:45 a.m. Saturday at the bus stop in front of University Village on University Avenue between 25th Avenue and 26th Avenue SE.
Authorities say a woman was sexually assaulted after walking home from a Minneapolis bus stop early Saturday morning.
Minneapolis Police are investigating a woman’s claim that she was assaulted at a bus stop Sunday evening. The woman told police she was near Lowry Avenue North and Penn Avenue North when a man in his 20s asked to use her cell phone.
The Cloquet School District has denied a parent’s request to move a bus stop away from a sex offender’s house.
Police are investigating after a man was shot near a bus stop in Brooklyn Park early Thursday morning.
A 10-year-old White Bear Lake girl was hit by a van while heading to a bus stop Thursday morning.