Lawyers made their opening statements Monday morning in the Timothy Bakdash case — the trial of a deadly hit and run that happened in Dinkytown.
Kaitlin Knutson is back at work at the Dinkytown Varsity Bike Shop, now bearing a visible warning for all cyclists: Marks of survival from a terrifying ride home.
A spot in the Twin Cities gets more bike traffic than any other in the state, and now it’s getting a safety makeover just a couple of months following a deadly crash.
The U.S. Postal Service could soon close 88 locations in Minnesota. More than 3,600 post office locations are under review for closing across the nation.
The cold April night didn’t matter much to the more than 100 people who flooded Dinkytown in Minneapolis on their bikes, pedaling a one mile loop. The showing of support was a memorial tribute to 25-year-old Kimberly Hull.
A 29-year-old Roseville man said he had “no remorse” when he hit three pedestrians in a fatal hit-and-run in Dinkytown, according to police. Now, he faces several felony charges, including second-degree murder.
A 25-year-old woman is dead after her bicycle collided with a semi-truck Thursday morning. It happened just before 8 a.m. at the intersection of 4th Street and 15th Avenue Southeast, near the University of Minnesota.
Police are investigating after a wrong-way driver struck three people on a sidewalk on the University of Minnesota campus early Friday.
Okay. So I am going to start off with a disclaimer saying, there are many great places to enjoy in each neighborhood of Minneapolis. For this list, I am going to keep it simple. Are you ever invited with a group of friends to an area you are really not that familiar with? Do you want to be the “smart friend?” Well this one’s for you.
It’s been a landmark in Dinkytown for years. The owner of Milo’s on Fourth Barbershop is about to do his final cut.
The driver accused of striking two pedestrians in Dinkytown last year, killing one of them, has pleaded guilty to all criminal counts against him.
For years, students and professors at the University of Minnesota haven’t had to travel far to find out-of-print titles and great bargains at used bookstores.