Local tow operators report a bittersweet surge in business due the heat wave that grips the Twin Cities. In fact, one major player in the metro towing service scene, Bobby & Steve’s in downtown Minneapolis, reports a near doubling of business since the heat wave began Sunday.
Thanks to the Minneapolis-based food giant Cub Foods and the People Serving People (PSP) in downtown, 2,000 needy families will have a traditional thanksgiving meal.
The lack of rain in Minnesota has left most of the state under extreme drought conditions, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Want to add your two cents into the design plans for the new Vikings stadium for downtown Minneapolis? On Monday night, you will get your chance as the first in a series of public meetings on the design commence at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
The public is invited to a farewell ceremony Saturday at 4 p.m. for 25 members of the Minnesota National Guard, who will soon begin a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan at the Inver Hills Community College.
You’ve heard the question often from someone considering buying an electric car like a Volt or a Leaf: “Where can I charge my car?”
River Falls Days starts Thursday — an event that will be considerably subdued this year in the small community, after such tragedy.
For horse racing fans, Saturday is business as usual at Canterbury Park. The 12 race program begins at 1:30 p.m. and includes two stakes races.
A Minneapolis man who nearly lost his life to a heart attack while running ten days ago — and the doctor who saved his life — made a plea for more to learn CPR Thursday morning at Hennepin County Medical Center.
Molly Senser, Amy Senser’s eldest daughter, testified Friday morning that her mother was not drunk the night 38-year-old Anousone Phanthavong was killed in a hit and run accident.
Hundreds of thousands of CenterPoint Energy gas customers could be in store for refund.