This weekend, the Powderhorn neighborhood will play host to one of the coolest community cycling events in a city known for its great cycling culture.
Parents spent an average of $100 per student on school supplies last year. Many families in one Minneapolis neighborhood can’t afford that.
On the river’s edge in north Minneapolis, dozens of teens were celebrating Thursday a summer of success. They worked for Teen Teamworks, cleaning up city parks. But for two of kids, the summer was bittersweet.
It’s almost the weekend, so let’s get planning. It’s the first weekend in May, and you can celebrate with a couple of parades and superheroes.
A young man heading out to dinner during Friday night’s storm says he didn’t see it coming. Bret Rademacher narrowly escaped being crushed by a falling tree in Minneapolis. Physically he’s fine – there’s not a scratch on him, which is hard to believe when you see what’s left of his car.
The weather has not been ideal for enjoying the outdoors the last couple of weeks, but Saturday is National Get Outside today. All of the state’s 74 state parks are free today.
Take some time off this summer to visit great Chicago events and exhibits.
Police are investigating after a Friday night shooting on the city’s south side sent two men to the Hennepin County Medical Center.
A group of volunteers in Blaine is trying to hook a few new anglers.
Minnesota’s annual Take-A-Kid Fishing weekend opens Friday — the weekend when adults can fish without a license while accompanying a child younger than 16.
Family and friends gathered Saturday to celebrate the life of a 25-year-old man who died while saving his friends.
In Minneapolis on Sunday, there was a different kind of sled race where it wasn’t the speed that mattered but the creativity.
One of teenagers accused in several sexual assaults in Powderhorn Park last November has turned himself in after running away last week.
One of teenagers accused in several sexual assaults in Powderhorn Park last November is currently on the loose.
Let’s face it — in Minnesota, half of us are practically born on the ice. Whether it’s learning how to skate by pushing a chair along a frozen lake or having a slippery end to a snowy tubing ride, the ice — and the skating opportunities — here are endless.
Hundreds of people braved the cold and crowded into Powderhorn Park in Minneapolis for a candlelight vigil Wednesday night.
The woman assaulted at Powderhorn Park while out cross-country skiing with her children released a statement saying she is healing from the attack thanks to family and friends.
Residents tossed their children to safety — then jumped from a burning apartment building in south Minneapolis this morning.