4 Things To Know: A WWII Anniversary & Coyotes In BloomingtonHere's a look at the four things you need to know for Sunday, Aug. 16.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsIf this week's Working For the Weekend was an episode of Sesame Street, it would be brought to you by the letter "B". That's because it's full of boats, BBQ and block parties!
Man, 23, Arrested In Mpls. Double HomicideA 23-year-old man was arrested in connection with the double homicide that took place last week in Minneapolis.
Authorities ID 2nd Victim Of S. Minneapolis Double HomicideAuthorities have identified the second victim who was killed after a shooting in south Minneapolis Saturday night.
Police: South Mpls Shooting Leaves 2 DeadPolice in Minneapolis say a shooting Saturday night on the city’s south side left one man dead and another in serious condition.
Police On Scene Of Standoff With Barricaded Man In MinneapolisAuthorities are on the scene of a standoff in Minneapolis Monday afternoon, according to police. There is limited information available, but police said roads are closed in the area of 23rd Street and Portland and Franklin Avenues in Minneapolis.
Man Sentenced To 4 Years In Bicyclist's DeathA 50-year-old man will serve 4 years in prison for drunkenly striking and killing a bicyclist with his van last February.
Man Shot In Leg On LRT Franklin Avenue PlatformPolice are investigating after one person was shot along the Metro Transit LRT Blue Line overnight. According to police, the shooting happened near the Franklin Avenue station.
Thousands Gather To Protest Redskins NameThousands of people gathered Sunday morning outside TCF Bank Stadium to protest the Washington Reskins team name. The protesters say the name is the only one in the NFL that is considered a racial slur.
Robbery Spree Plagues South MinneapolisIn the past two and half weeks, a rash of robberies have plagued three south Minneapolis neighborhoods. There have been 17 robberies total, half of which happened in the early morning hours. The rest occurred after 6 p.m.
After Walking The Beat, Harteau Bikes On Wednesday, Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau walked the beat on the north side, on Thursday, he biked on the south side. She says there's been concern in the Lake and Franklin Street areas about an increase in car and bike thefts.
Mudslide Causes Evacuation, Road Closures In Mpls. A mudslide in Minneapolis caused evacuations and road closures Thursday evening. Deputy Chief Todd White from the Minneapolis Fire Department says the mudslide was first reported at about 7:15 p.m., and occurred on the West Bank of the University of Minnesota campus.