Police Search For Missing Minneapolis Boy, 11Minneapolis police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 11-year-old boy. Terrell Deandre Smith was last seen Friday night at about 6 p.m. on the 3000 block of 6th Street North.
13 Aluminum Benches Stolen From Farview ParkA baker's dozen aluminum benches have been stolen from Farview Park in north Minneapolis.
With Time Running Out, Father & Son Bond On Football FieldThe Forest Lake Rangers did not win a football game in the fall of 2014. By most accounts, that would constitute a miserable season. For one head coach, it has been a memory of a lifetime. Jeff Wilson took over the team as the head coach this fall. He added a special offensive line coach -- his father, Gary.
Police: Suspect Sought In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice are looking for a suspect after a man was shot in north Minneapolis late Saturday night. Authorities were called to the 2900 block of North 6th Street near Fairview Park after a man called police saying he had been shot.
‘Stop The Violence’ Fundraiser Held In North MinneapolisSome people living in North Minneapolis came together on Saturday to say they're tired of violence. A carwash was held at Farview Park to bring attention to the problems. The group Young Just-Us, made up of young men and women from the Northside, sponsored the event.
Former Gopher Celebrates Kwanzaa With Basketball CampSome local kids are getting a lesson on and off the basketball court. The kids are taking part in the Clyde Turner Educational Basketball camp at Farview Park in north Minneapolis.
Tornado Response Changing In MinneapolisThe response to the tornado that hit north Minneapolis earlier this month is changing as service providers scale back at the Disaster Recovery Center at Farview Park.
BBQ Offers Tornado Victims Community And EscapeStorm victims in North Minneapolis got a break from the clean-up effort Saturday to enjoy a barbecue.
Storm Victims Look To Recovery Center For HelpThe Recovery Center at Farview Park was set up on Wednesday, and thousands of people have been able to go there and get food, clothing, and help with healthcare needs.
Disaster Recovery Center Helps 2,500 In 2 Days The Disaster Recovery Center set up at Farview Park served 2,500 people in first two days that it was open on Wednesday and Thursday.
Storm Leaves Some Residents HomelessTuesday afternoon, the city of Minneapolis informed some of those folks that, like it or not, their house isn’t safe enough to live in anymore after Sunday's tornado.

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