'We Feel Loved': Concert To Benefit Cedar-Riverside High Rise Fire VictimsA benefit concert is set for this Saturday at the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis to raise money for the victims of the Cedar High Apartments fire.
Minneapolis Police Search For Cedar-Riverside Shooting Suspect Who Injured ManMinneapolis police are looking for the shooter who put a man in the hospital Monday afternoon.
Smoke & Fear Linger After Deadly Fire At Minneapolis's Cedar High ApartmentsOne week after a deadly high-rise fire, residents say fear -- and the smell of smoke -- still linger.
Online Donations Stacking Up For Victims Of Deadly Minneapolis High Rise FireThe People's Center launched a GiveMN campaign to help the victims of the deadly Cedar High Apartments fire -- and the response has been overwhelming.
Cedar-Riverside Community Gathers To Discuss Deadly Minneapolis High Rise FireA grieving community came together Friday afternoon to support the survivors of a deadly high rise fire.
MPHA: Need For Sprinklers Cited Months Before Deadly Cedar High Apartments FireThe agency that manages public housing in Minneapolis noted a need for sprinklers in older high-rise apartments months before a massive fire broke out in a 50-year-old building, leaving five people dead from smoke inhalation.
Mpls. Police: Man Shot Dead In Car In Cedar-Riverside NeighborhoodOne person is dead after a shooting in Minneapolis’s Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Amazon Partners With Somali Community To Shuttle Cedar-Riverside WorkersAmazon sends daily shuttles for hundreds of employees in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood to help them make the day and evening shifts.
Power Lunch: Local Somalis Gather At MOA In Stand Against TerrorThey hit the pavement and jumped on public transportation to display their desire for peace, not violence. About ten leaders in the Somali-American community are trying to show solidarity and stand up against the terror threat video released by al-Shabaab.
Minneapolis To Complete Parking Meter SwitchIt's out with the old and in with the new when it comes to paying for parking in Minneapolis. The city is saying a final farewell to its old-style parking meters officially on Wednesday.