Almost half of all Americans between the ages of 26 and 40 have a tattoo. And, in total, 45 million Americans have them. This weekend, Minneapolis is celebrating the art of tattoos by hosting the 6th Annual Tattoo Arts Convention at the Hyatt Regency downtown.
It takes just a few hours to get a tattoo, but, in many cases, years to remove one. But thanks to new technology, that’s changing. In 2012 the FDA approved a new laser for tattoo removal that is proving to be faster and more effective than the previous versions.
Police in Hibbing, Minn. are searching for a man who is posing as a police officer and trying to lure children to his car. The suspect is described by witnesses as a white man between 20 and 30 years old. He is driving a Ford Crown Victoria with the word “Police” written on the left side.
Minneapolis Police have released the picture of a tattoo in hopes it’ll lead to the identity of a badly burned body found next to a dumpster fire last week. On Aug. 7 at 11:29 p.m., dispatch received a call of a fire in a dumpster on 39th Street East between Snelling and Minnehaha avenues. Police were called shortly after when a body was found next to the dumpster.
That tattoo you wanted forever in your 20s might not seem like the best decision by your 30s. While relationships and jobs change, ink doesn’t.
The Vikings wrap up the season with a less-than-stellar outcome. Their 5-10-1 record cost coach Leslie Frazier his job. It’s the type of showing that makes many Minnesotans lose faith in the purple and gold. But there’s one group of fans out there who pledge lifelong loyalty to the team. They call themselves the “Viking World Order.”
A high school coach has been placed on paid administrative leave for tattooing minors without their parent’s permission. Terry Robert Hardy, 37, is the gymnastics coach at Park High School in Cottage Grove. He’s been cited for two counts of tattooing minors without written parental consent. A 16-year-old girl told WCCO that Hardy gave her three tattoos and a tongue piercing, all inside his home.
More than 12,000 athletes will run the 26.2-mile course on Sunday as part of the 32nd-annual Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon — beginning in Minneapolis and ending St. Paul — in what’s called the most beautiful urban marathon in the country.
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A suspected gang member wants to remove his tattoo that prosecutors allege was a threat aimed at a Minneapolis police officer.
A Minnesota man is in jail because of a Facebook picture of what police call a threatening tattoo.
This weekend you have the chance to see artwork on a sensitive and living canvass: skin.
Toys For Tots is popular around the holiday season, but now there’s something a little edgier: Toys For Tats!
The Minnesota Health Department is looking into a possible health risk associated with henna tattoos after about a dozen kids dealt with skin infections, staph, and possible scarring following getting tattooed at a party.
Why would you wait in line 10 hours to see a trial? These people are fired up!
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A new state law that went into effect Jan. 1 requires tattoo shops and their artists to get a license. But, state officials say enforcement of the law isn’t expected to start anytime soon.
The New Year is also the start of a new law for the tattoo industry in Minnesota. Businesses and each tattoo artist must now be licensed with the State Health Department. This past summer, the state sent out a packet, notifying businesses of the upcoming changes.
A Florida man is getting tattoo’s removed, and taxpayers are footing the bill, all in the name of “FAIR TRIAL.” Do you agree?
A tattoo helped Chaska police discover that a man, wanted on multiple warrants, was lying about his identity.