State Capitol repairs, civic center expansions and veterans home upgrades are all expected to have a place in Gov. Mark Dayton’s plan for Minnesota-financed construction projects.
Minneapolis officials say crews are currently working to fix on-street parking pay stations that have gone out of service in an area including most of downtown.
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Xcel Energy Inc. says it will cost as much as $200 million to repair the damage from a catastrophic turbine failure at Minnesota’s largest power plant last November.
Crews will begin making final repairs to the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge in south Minneapolis on Monday.
Drivers are having to find another way to cross the St. Croix River. Major repairs are being made to the Stillwater Lift Bridge and it will be closed for several months.
The first phase of repair work is done and the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge in south Minneapolis is set to reopen Friday morning.
Repair work is slated to begin next week on the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge, bringing temporary closures to both the bridge and Hiawatha Avenue, the city of Minneapolis said.
The Mall of America parking ramp that was damaged after a fatal crash on Aug. 3 is now reopened to the public.
It may be hard to keep your cool when you hear just how much it’ll cost you to repair your air conditioning if it breaks this summer.
The Minnesota Zoo will close one of its most popular exhibits in order to begin significant repairs to Discovery Bay. Unfortunately, the closure means the zoo’s dolphins will be relocated to another facility.
The records keep racking up in one of the warmest March’s we’ve ever had. One of the most remarkable ones happened last Saturday, when the Twin Cities hit 80 degrees on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the earliest day we’ve ever hit that mark.
A Minnesota company has landed a contract to repair levees along the Souris River in north central North Dakota that were damaged by major flooding earlier this year.
Residents in north Minneapolis are still struggling to get back on their feet after the May 22 tornado that ripped through the area. A single father of four got some much needed help from strangers across the country on Friday.
The city of Minneapolis is opening an office so residents of tornado-damaged neighborhoods can more easily get construction and repair permits.
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