A 49-year-old man was killed in his South Minneapolis home on New Year’s Day.
A Twin Cities couple’s tender moment at a local pizza restaurant is getting talked about all around the nation this morning. It’s all because of one wife’s surprise for her husband in a photo booth.
Firefighters rescued three family pets from a house fire in South Minneapolis Wednesday night.
Can you think of doing something every day for 22 years and not getting tired of it? One teacher in south Minneapolis has been helping second graders in the classroom for that long, and says she loves every day she gets to go to work.
The Minneapolis arson squad is investigating five fires started in cars or garages on the city’s south side since late last month.
Hundreds of current and former military members took to the streets Saturday to raise suicide awareness. Carrying American flags, the group marched in full military gear through south Minneapolis.
A Minnesota nonprofit label – the same one that launched the late Zach Sobiech’s “Clouds” song to worldwide attention — is now teaming up with local group, War Poets, to launch their latest EP.
A car crashed into a south Minneapolis home early Saturday morning, according to police. The crash occurred in the 3000 block of 2nd Avenue South around 4 a.m. The driver of the vehicle plowed through the fence and smashed into the front porch of the home.
Police say three people were taken to the hospital after a shooting at a south Minneapolis gas station early Tuesday morning. Minneapolis Police were called to a report of a shooting at the Moto Mart gas station on the 3300 block of Hiawatha Avenue at about 1:30 a.m.
If you ask an east coast native about Twin Cities bagels, you’re probably going to get a violent reaction. But instead of complaining, two sisters decided to start boiling and baking their own bagels. And that makes a difference, as Jason DeRusha found out.
Two iconic scarecrows that went missing in south Minneapolis have been found and restored to their proper positions. Barb Balcom’s community garden at the corner of Lyndale Avenue and 46th Street has long featured two seasonably dressed scarecrows. But this year, they went missing.
A mystery is afoot in south Minneapolis. Someone has stolen two neighborhood icons. Typically, two seasonably dressed scarecrows, which have been at this community garden for nearly 30 years, stand tall on the corner of Lyndale Avenue and 46th Street. Now, they’re gone.
In the past two and half weeks, a rash of robberies have plagued three south Minneapolis neighborhoods. There have been 17 robberies total, half of which happened in the early morning hours. The rest occurred after 6 p.m.
The chilling kidnapping and robbery of a young woman in Minneapolis was captured on high-definition surveillance cameras. It happened early last Tuesday morning in south Minneapolis. In the video, you can see a woman walking with two of the suspects down Lyndale Avenue. Look closely, and you can see she is in a headlock.
At the Hub Bike Co-op in South Minneapolis, lately customers are calling about their new bikes being stolen. “We end up talking to somebody replacing a bike that has been stolen almost every day,” Hub Bike Co-op employee David Meyer said.