Authorities are on the scene of a partial building collapse in Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Police Department reports that part of the building at 616 5th St. N. collapsed around 10:49 a.m. Thursday.
It’s been sitting empty since last winter. But now, the former Neiman Marcus building in downtown Minneapolis is off the market. The state’s largest gas utility, CenterPoint Energy, has inked a deal to purchased the property, according to Twin Cities Business.
People are already talking about the economic impact of the new Vikings stadium, as a $400 million development is in the works to tie the east end of downtown in with the new stadium. The project will include two office towers big enough for 6,000 workers.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau talked with Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Tuesday. The Chief outlined her plan to visit downtown businesses with Sheriff Rich Stanek. She has gone on a walking beat […]
If your Fourth of July plans have you on the Mississippi River, there is one area where boats can’t travel. A log jam near Raspberry Island in downtown St. Paul, has doubled in size since last Friday.
No raking the leaves, no condo association fees and no mortgage. They’re all reasons that are pushing many people to rental housing in the Twin Cities as high-end apartments pop up all around the metro.
With Friday’s great weather, Minnesotans headed to the nearest outdoor eating spot.
At least two people were injured in a shooting outside of a downtown Minneapolis bar.
A little more than 100,000 people live in Rochester – but how is the city reacting to the news of a possible influx of 30,000 new Mayo Clinic employees?
St. Cloud police aren’t interested in any parties “taking over” their city this Friday and Saturday night.
Parts of downtown Duluth looked more like a river instead of city streets overnight.
Inside the Metrodome Sunday afternoon, the atmosphere was electric. There was, after all, a lot on the line for both the Vikings and the Packers. In fitting fashion, the intense game came down to the final seconds.
A downtown Minneapolis church is growing and the expansion will include affordable housing.
A Vikings tradition that dates back to the days of Met Stadium is about to get a makeover.
Xcel Energy has restored power to customers in downtown Minneapolis, after nearly one-third of them lost power for about an hour and a half Tuesday morning.