Fridley residents got some star-power behind them Wednesday night as they continue to look for answers to why their city has such high cancer rates.
No wading, no swimming and no fishing — authorities want people to stay out of a four-mile stretch of the Mississippi River.
A leak in a sewer pipe in Fridley that runs along the banks of the Mississippi River and was sending approximately 500 to 1,000 gallons of sewage into the river per minute at around 2 p.m. Thursday, officials said.
Police in Fridley are investigating after a store was robbed late Thursday evening. Police said they were called to the 300 block of Osborne Road at about 11 p.m.
There were reports of minor injuries after a school bus collided with a car Tuesday afternoon in the north metro, according to police.
Authorities say at one adult and two children got out safely after a home caught fire in Fridley Friday morning.
Medical device maker Medtronic Inc. said Wednesday that federal prosecutors have closed their investigation of the company’s InFuse bone graft.
A Fridley couple is accused of shaving a girl’s head and making her run down a street in a diaper as punishment for having bad grades at school, according to charges filed Wednesday in Anoka County Court.
Fridley police say not only did Stephanie Broten and her boyfriend Darnell Landrum force Broten’s 12-year-old daughter to run outside in a diaper in front of nearly 100 onlookers, but the two laughed about it in the back of the squad car while getting arrested.
A Fridley woman and her boyfriend have been arrested after neighbors reported they forced a 12-year-old girl to run up and down the street in a diaper.
Fridley-based Medtronic announced Thursday morning it’s laying off about 220 workers from its Mounds View office.
When Denise Gulner of St. Paul looks down her block, she knows of her neighbor’s struggles. “We’ve got a house here that’s prostate cancer,” she said. “This one was cervical, this one was kidney.”
Authorities say Totino-Grace High School in Fridley had to be evacuated late Friday morning after a report of a mercury leak.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with stomping on his pregnant ex-girlfriend’s stomach in an attempt to kill her unborn child.
New numbers are raising questions about cancer in one Twin Cities suburb.