The man who was shot to death in north Minneapolis on Friday has been identified. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner identified the victim as 23-year-old DeShaun Guilmant of St. Cloud.
People passing by the intersection of Broadway and Dupont avenues in north Minneapolis won’t miss it. The rundown building that’s been boarded up for a decade is now covered from top to bottom in a collage of 32 colorful and artistic photographs. Charles Caldwell is a local artist. He’s one of several people who work in the area featured in the mural.
One man has been arrested after another man was shot and killed during a Friday evening shooting in north Minneapolis, police said. Minneapolis police said the incident took place just after 6 p.m. at the intersection of Emerson Avenue North and 36th Avenue North.
A 19-year-old homeless man was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted Thursday of first-degree murder for killing a man with a sword in north Minneapolis and setting his house on fire.
A woman who was gravely injured in a north Minneapolis shooting early Saturday morning has passed away. There are no suspects at this time.
Music will still be played at a north Minneapolis church despite losing its most important instrument to arson.
A church piano was set aflame in an apparent arson spree in North Minneapolis overnight, according to police. At least nine fires were set in the rash within a half hour just after midnight.
A Fourth of July tradition that’s been around for decades is canceled this year because police fear it draws gangs. Police urged the City of Richfield to cancel its annual Fourth of July Carnival at Veterans Park.
Minneapolis Police are now calling the death of a 9-year-old boy found hanging from a clothesline suspicious.
The 10-year-old boy who was found hanging from a clothesline in the back yard of an abandoned home in north Minneapolis died Monday evening, according to police.
Two tree debris drop-off sites that were made available to citizens following last weekend’s destructive storms will stop accepting public debris this weekend.
It was a stressful morning for patients and staff at NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center in North Minneapolis. NorthPoint CEO Stella Whitney-West says a call to the utility company proved futile. “We immediately tried to call in to Xcel,” Whitney-West said. “Of course, we couldn’t get through.” But the phone calls didn’t stop there.
A few months ago, it seemed to be a great success story, but now a charter school in north Minneapolis is closing amid bitter feelings and allegations.
A group of people looking for a friend in North Minneapolis Wednesday found a man’s body in a pond, police say. The group called police just before 12:30 p.m., the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office said. The group noticed the body in a pond in the 300 block of Van White Memorial Boulevard near Heritage Commons, a senior public housing and assisted living facility.
Minneapolis Police are walking the beat on the city’s north side, and it’s a welcomed sight for some residents. “That’s probably the best part thing about this – you’re having a conversation with people, and they can actually see more than just the uniform,” Kaminski said. Officers Matt Kaminski and Sokhom Klann spend their shift checking area hotspots.