It’s one of the most booming neighborhoods in the Twin Cities. Now another new development in the North Loop is being proposed. Two things that make this approximately $70 million project different: parking and a big park.
Three separate incidents of sexual misconduct occurred within two hours of each other, just outside of the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus Monday afternoon. According to a crime alert from the University, the victims in all three instances were walking on the sidewalk when the suspect approached them from behind and groped them.
The University of Minnesota Department of Public Safety issued a warning to students on Monday after a series of alleged pranks along the light rail transit line on campus.
Police in Minneapolis say they are investigating what caused an overnight shooting in downtown that left one man injured.
Officials say two Minneapolis police officers are recovering following a crash Sunday afternoon in which a squad car was broadsided.
The fastest developing neighborhood in Minneapolis is also one of the toughest areas on vehicles and their suspension systems. You could call it the North Loop Bounce — the feel of driving over brick streets built for a different century. Steve Young rumbles his way along the uneven surfaces several times a day.
A dozen people are out of the hospital following an incident Tuesday night in downtown Minneapolis where a bus ran into a pedestrian and a traffic pole, causing several bus passengers to suffer minor injuries due to the abrupt stop.
On Tuesday, Twin Cities residents will have the chance to weigh in on the redesign of Washington Avenue in downtown Minneapolis. The city plans to revamp that major artery, which has stayed virtually unchanged for about 50 years.
Minneapolis is making plans for a major transformation of Nicollet Mall.
Officials say most of downtown Minneapolis should be back to normal on Monday after being flooded with 14 million gallons of water late last week.
State health officials are sampling water at several buildings in downtown Minneapolis to make sure it’s safe following Thursday’s massive water main break.
Hennepin Avenue is mostly back open Friday morning after a massive water main break caused a big mess in downtown Minneapolis.
Crews were still battling a large industrial fire in North Minneapolis Friday morning that was visible to motorists on nearby Interstate 94.
A driver was arrested for DWI after six pedestrians were hit by a car in Minneapolis on Sunday, according to police.
In recent years, it wouldn’t stay dead and it also started to stink. This year, the venerable Zombie Pub Crawl — perhaps the Twin Cities’ greatest single contribution to pop culture at large since Prince did backflips in a G-string — is embracing its big, bad self.
Central Corridor light rail construction is moving along on schedule, but businesses in Stadium Village say it’s brought customers to a halt. The maze of streets, closures, and detours near Washington Avenue and Huron Boulevard is making it hard for people to patronize their favorite businesses near the University of Minnesota campus.
A man is in the hospital after a driver hit him and took off from the scene.
Authorities say two people were wounded after a double shooting early Monday morning in the Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis.
A rollover crash in downtown Minneapolis early Saturday morning sent at least one person to the hospital, according to police.
Police arrested a driver who was allegedly involved in a chase that ended in a fiery crash Tuesday night.
Authorities have released the name of the man who died after being stabbed early Monday morning in Minneapolis.
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, the rotted flesh is falling from the faces of the masses lumbering down Washington Avenue looking for a beer buzz. In other words, it’s time for the Zombie Pub Crawl.
The University of Minnesota is urging new and returning students to come check out campus now, before move-in at the end of the month.
The five blocks of Washington Avenue that go through the heart of the University of Minnesota is now permanently closed to traffic.
The street that goes through the heart of the University of Minnesota will be forever free of cars and trucks.