Teen Boxer Competes In First Bout Wearing HijabA Minnesota teen who fought for her right to wear a hijab while boxing will make her ring debut Saturday night in the traditional garb.
MPD: Missing Man's Life At Risk Due To Health ConcernsMinneapolis police are asking for the public's help to find a missing 27-year-old man.
Harteau Disappointed After Mayor Rejects Her North Side Inspector PickMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
1 Dead, 2 Injured In North Mpls. Apartment FireFirefighters are battling an apartment fire Thursday afternoon in north Minneapolis.
MnDOT Announces More Road Projects In Brooklyn Center, MinneapolisMnDOT officials are advising motorists that there could be delays with upcoming road projects in Brooklyn Center and Minneapolis.
Police: U Of M Student Goes Missing In Mississippi River Near St. Anthony FallsSearch crews are attempting to locate a University of Minnesota student who went missing in the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis Tuesday evening.
Twin Cities Drivers Ranked As Nation's BestThe study looked at five specific driving activities: speeding, cellphone use, excess acceleration, hard braking and hard turning.
Police: Concern Of Animal Poisoning In South MinneapolisPolice in Minneapolis say there’s concern of attempted animal poisoning on the city’s south side.
Ramp To Hennepin/Lyndale Avenues From WB I-94 To Close Starting MondayDrivers in Minneapolis should expect more lane and ramp closures as the massive construction project on Interstate 94 from Minneapolis to Brooklyn Center continues.
Prince Fans Flock To Mpls. For Street Celebration, Dance PartiesLovers of Prince are celebrating his life and his music in downtown Minneapolis Saturday evening.
Prince Fans Make Twin Cities Pilgrimage On Anniversary Of His DeathIt was one year ago Friday when the news of Prince's death shocked the state of Minnesota and the world.
Mpls. Park Board Working To Head Off Tree ShortageThe Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is worried that an insect could lead to a tree shortage throughout the city.

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