Minneapolis, St. Paul Tow 1,300+ Vehicles In Snow EmergencyHundreds of Twin Cities drivers are ending the year with a little less money in their pockets. Minneapolis officials say 670 vehicles were towed in Minneapolis alone after Tuesday night's snow emergency, while St. Paul towed over 700. Minneapolis and St. Paul combined issued thousands of parking citations.
City Of Mpls. Sued For Alleged Excessive Force At 4th Precinct ProtestTwo women who protested at the 4th Precinct site are suing the City of Minneapolis and unidentified police officers for allegations of excessive force, according to court documents.
Report: Amazon Sends Plans To Mpls. Concerning Food Delivery ServiceAnother big name is planning on jumping into the Twin Cities grocery market. The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports Amazon has sent plans to Minneapolis city officials outlining their plans to start a food delivery service.
Mpls. Committee Approves $237K Settlement Over Redskins Bus CrashThe City of Minneapolis will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars following a bus accident involving the Washington Redskins. A Minneapolis police officer escorting the team buses to the game last November crashed his squad into a guard rail at Interstate 94 and Huron.
Best Ways To Get Involved With Breast Cancer Awareness Month In MinnesotaOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Making strides against breast cancer starts with one small step.
City Of Mpls. To Pay Out $237K In Redskins Bus CrashThe City of Minneapolis will have to shell out big bucks for a crash involving the Washington Redskins last November.
Minneapolis Releases Archive Of Historic Images OnlineHistory buffs, pay attention! The City of Minneapolis is making hundreds of historic images and archives available for online viewing – with some pictures dating back to the 1800s.
Mpls. Road Crews Scramble To Get Snow Plows ReadyThe Minneapolis Public Works staff is in overtime mode converting all of its trucks into snow plows throughout Sunday night and Monday. Minneapolis' Fleet Services Director John Scharffbillig says crews were using trucks to sweep streets Friday. Now, all 60 trucks need to be equipped by Monday night to handle the snow.
WSK Offers Free Burritos For Information On Vandals IdentityAfter part of the restaurant was vandalized, World Street Kitchen in Uptown offered an unusual reward to help find the culprit. The World Street Kitchen’s formerly white catering van is now covered with spray painted letters.
Good Question: How Is The 35W Bridge Lit?Last month, the I-35W bridge was bathed in royal blue to symbolize the fight against colon cancer. "It was unbelievable, absolutely stunning. I’ve never seen anything like it," said Anne Carlson, the executive director of the Colon Cancer Coalition.
Mpls., St. Paul To Lift Winter Parking Restrictions The City of Minneapolis announced that the Winter Parking Restrictions will be lifted, effective 10 a.m. Thursday. The restrictions were put in place on Feb. 23 after massive amounts of snow accumulation narrowed many streets and made it unsafe for large emergency vehicles to navigate.
City Lawsuit: Apt. Building Illegally Pumping Water Into Chain Of LakesThe City of Minneapolis is suing the owners of an Uptown apartment building because the city says thousands of gallons of water are illegally pumped into the chain of lakes each day.