St. Louis Park
See the art that is the talk of the town.
Authorities have released more information on how a car smashed into a St. Louis Park restaurant Wednesday afternoon. According to a police report, the crash happened just before 1 p.m. at Yum! Kitchen and Bakery, located at 4000 Minnetonka Boulevard.
A car drove through a St. Louis Park restaurant Wednesday afternoon, according to a city official. The accident happened just before 1 p.m. at Yum! Kitchen and Bakery at 4000 Minnetonka Blvd.
It was a busy day of clean up for residents all over the metro. Thousands were without power for hours, and many residents saw boats, houses or cars ruined.
There’s a new pizza pie in town! Blaze Pizza is a fast-casual artisan pizza restaurant.
Victor Valdez burned his back while he was camping with friends in Le Sueur. After a friend set off fireworks, a shell burned through his tent as he slept and burned his back, leg and the bottom of his foot as it exploded.
The craft beer scene is alive and well in the Twin Cities. Check out our list of the top five stores that carry great beer from small, independent breweries.
A popular country bar has served customers for the last time. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill had been in St. Louis Park’s West End since 2009. An employee said the bar fell behind on paying taxes, so the state took away its liquor license.
Throughout the summer, St. Louis Park Police officers put on “Basketball in the Park’ for kids. The decade old program gives children and teens the opportunity to shoot hoops with police officers.
Construction on the Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge in St. Louis Park is closing northbound Highway 100 between Golden Valley and Edina this weekend. The Minnesota Department of Transportation says northbound Hwy 100 will be closed from 9 p.m. on June 5 until 5 a.m. on June 8.
The city of St. Louis Park is considering adopting a complete ban on single-use plastic bags. A majority of the city’s council members have expressed support for a ban, according to the Star Tribune.
It turns out a “Happy Meal” for the kids may be a pretty good option. According to new research from The American Academy of Pediatrics, you just have to make sure there’s a smiley face or a little prize involved.
Crews are working to widen the highway to put three lanes in each direction. MnDOT says families living near the project will hear noise and vibration during the overnight hours.
Five-hundred-sixty-two miles separate the Minnesota Wild from their fans. But in downtown St. Paul Thursday, playoff excitement still had that home-ice feel. “This is where you go,” St. Paul resident Linda Eichinger said. “Hockey fans, we’re together and we’re going to celebrate them no matter if they’re in town or away.”
A $140 million expansion project will involving renovating 135,000 square feet and adding 60,000 square feet to Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, officials with Health Partners announced Tuesday.
Ireland is a spunky 7 year old from St. Louis Park. She loves to sing and dance, which is great because she wants to be a world-famous rock star when she grows up. Ireland has been in and out of the hospital since she was born because of a congenital heart defect.
The St. Louis Park School District settled a lawsuit with the family of a boy who died during a swimming class. Abdullahi Charif, 12, died in March, 2014, just days after he was pulled from a pool at St. Louis Park Middle School.
This is the first year of free all-day kindergarten in Minnesota, and by all accounts the implementation appears to be a success.
The Twin Cities Spring Parade of Homes is in its 67th year. There are 431 new homes on this year’s tour, that’s the most in seven years. We start with a drive down Sand Castle Drive in Woodbury and take you inside a 2,549 square foot home priced at $444,400. The #133 on the Parade of Homes.
We decided to help you – and your livers – keep up with the taproom trend by stopping by some of these Twin Cities brewhouses. Next up is St. Louis Park’s expanding tap room, Steel Toe Brewery.
A few weeks ago people at Westwood Hills Nature Center in St. Louis Park started noticing mysterious art popping up in the snow. “It was a few weeks ago when I started noticing them,” Westwood Hills Naturalist Becky McConnell said. “We were out walking along the trails and all of sudden it was like, ‘Wait, what’s that?'”
Some state lawmakers want to level the playing field when it comes to accessing information online.
The wife of Chris Kyle, the author of “American Sniper,” will be in the Twin Cities Sunday evening.
David McCoy checks out girls hockey, Blake vs. St. Louis Park. A ‘Super Fan’ in New Prague is inspiring the team. Plus all the best highlights from High School Sports around the state.
A Minnesota man who was convicted of killing two Iowa convenience store clerks in 2010 is now accused of trying to murder a prison inmate. According to the Iowa Department of Corrections, Michael Swanson, a St. Louis Park native, approached the seated inmate and slashed the man’s neck with an edged weapon.