What's An 'Ice Quake?' Perhaps The Answer To The Noises You’re Hearing At NightWhether it’s a bang, crash or a snap – perhaps you’ve been woken up to a loud noise coming from outside your home this week.
'We Can’t Live In A Cave The Rest Of Our Lives’: Restaurants, Attorney Speak Out About Lawsuit Against City Of MinneapolisThe plaintiffs listed on the suit include Smack Shack, Sneaky Pete's, Jimmy John's, Bunkers Music Bar & Grill, The Gay 90's, Wild Greg's Saloon, and Urban Forage.
FBI Warrants Say Twin Cities Organization Claiming To Feed Children Instead Spent Money On Cars, Trips And HomesFederal agents executed search warrants on more than a dozen properties connected to what FBI search warrants call an alleged pattern of deception, money laundering and fraud by a Minneapolis organization claiming to feed at-risk children.
Restaurant Owners, Managers & Customers Adapt To First Day Of Vaccine MandateAfter a week’s preparation, restaurants and diners in Minneapolis and St. Paul ushered in a new era of COVID-19 protections Wednesday- mandatory COVID vaccination or negative tests for customers over the age of five.
'It’s Disappointing': Town Hall Brewery Temporarily Closes Amid COVID Surge, MandatesTown Hall Brewery in Minneapolis will be temporarily shutting its doors to staff and customers for at least the next two weeks, beginning Sunday.
'We Need To Teach His History': Events Across Minneapolis Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.City leaders, volunteers, entrepreneurs and more honored the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a number of events across the city Saturday.
‘Stay Home’: Tow Truck Drivers Help Hundreds During Friday’s SnowTow truck companies raced to keep up with the nearly 600 crashes on Minnesota roads Friday, while trying to keep safe themselves.
Here Are Ways To Prove Your Vaccination Status At Twin Cities Bars, Restaurants And MoreStarting Jan. 19, anyone looking to visit a Minneapolis or St. Paul bar, restaurant, sporting event, or any other indoor venue serving food or drink, will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result from a test taken within the last 72 hours.
‘This Is Just Unprecedented’: Homeowners, Power Companies Prepare For Winter StormEnergy providers are warning Minnesotans to prepare ahead of Wednesday’s storms, which pose the risk for potential widespread outages.