Water Main Break
Crews have finished repairing a ruptured water main that spilled about 14 million gallons of water in downtown Minneapolis last week.
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.
After being shutdown on Thursday due to the water main break, part of Hennepin Avenue will be open for rush-hour commuters to drive out of downtown.
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 in Minneapolis are dealing with a water main break Thursday afternoon on North 2nd Street between Hennepin Avenue and 1st Avenue North, authorities say.
Part of Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis was shut down Wednesday afternoon after a water main break.
A sinkhole that opened up Wednesday night in Burnsville could cause some big problems for people trying to get to work Thursday.
Crews in Burnsville are working to repair a sinkhole that was caused by a water main break Wednesday night, city officials said.
Traffic was momentarily congested after a large water main pipe broke near Highway 694.
A water main break in Chanhassen caused the sewer system to backup into at least 24 homes Wednesday night, according to city officials.
Homes and businesses in a northeast Minneapolis neighborhood haven’t had gas or water since early Saturday morning. And they may still have to wait at least another night.
Several homes and businesses in one Minneapolis neighborhood are dealing with flooded basements after a water main break.
Hole caused by watermain break, which has forced closure of 6th and Wabasha in Downtown St. Paul