It came on faster than anyone could have imagined. One year ago today, 10 inches of rain fell north of the Twin Cities in Duluth, causing widespread flooding. And today a lot of rebuilding still needs to be done. Many roads washed away from the force of the water and created sinkholes large enough to swallow cars.
A man and woman have been arrested after a missing 2-month-old boy was found in St. Paul Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
Construction is the big story to start the week as plenty of it around the metro will close some roads and make traffic tighter throughout the metro, some of it for the rest of the summer and into the fall. Starting Monday, get ready for slow going on one of the busiest stretches of highway in the north metro.
School is out for summer. For most kids that’s great news for them, but for parents it can be a bit of a struggle to keep them busy over the summer. The Central Library in St. Paul has a new campaign to help keep kids involved during the summer.
Police are investigating what caused a car in Bloomington to go up in flames Wednesday morning. One person died in the fire, which traffic cameras were able to capture on tape. Authorities said at this point they still don’t know what caused the fire. Officials said it’s a unique situation because they do know the fire was not caused by a car accident.
It seems like there has been a string of shooting rampages all across the country over the last year, and now the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is providing training sessions of how to deal with a situation where an active shooter is involved.
Tuesday a different kind of construction project gets underway. It’s one that aims to create 2,000 new jobs in the Twin Cities. Later Tuesday morning, city officials in Eagan will be officially breaking ground on a new outlet mall. Officials said the complex will cost $100 million to build.
The University of Minnesota has a new medical device center making headlines across the globe. University officials gave a preview of the new center Monday inside the Mayo Building on the University of Minnesota campus, replacing the old location in the University’s Shepherd Labs that opened in 2008.
On this last day of May we’re looking back at what’s been a pretty gloomy month. In fact, solar radiation measurements at the University of Minnesota show this month was the third dreariest since 1963. The worst May of all was in 2005.
Just days after Gov. Mark Dayton signed the controversial Child Care Collective Bargaining Act into law, a lawsuit is being filed by opponents.
Officials are set to break ground Tuesday afternoon on the new bridge that will once again connect Minnesota and Wisconsin over the St. Croix River. The ground breaking for the St. Croix River Crossing is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. It’s the bridge that will replace the Stillwater Lift Bridge.
On Monday, some hearty people took the day to launch their boats for the season. But before they got in the water, their boats had to be inspected for invasive species.
We’re following the latest developments Friday morning on a story that touches very close to home for Minnesotans. A portion of a bridge on a busy interstate in Washington state collapsed Thursday, sending two cars into the water below.
The body of the final missing child from Wednesday’s gravel slide accident has been recovered, authorities confirmed late Thursday morning. The victim was identified as 10-year-old Mohamed Fofana. The tragedy happened Wednesday afternoon at Lilydale Park.
Those scenes in Oklahoma are painful reminders for thousands of people in Minneapolis who survived a tornado that happened two years ago today. The deadly tornado that struck north Minneapolis hit on a Sunday afternoon and tore a nearly three-mile path of destruction.
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