Liquor Store Owner, City Battling Over A Portable SignA Hastings business owner is in a battle with the city over a sign he has in front of his business.
St. Paul Demolishing The Dangerous & Quirky Neighborhood 'Art Park' There's a tiny little park in St. Paul that the neighbors seem to like. The problem is the city just found out about it. Now the so-called Peoples' Art Park on Wells Street will be demolished as the city said some of the walls and sculptures are dangerous.
Royals Rally For 7-3 Victory Over Twins Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run homer during a four-run eighth inning and the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 7-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday night.
Wis. Budget Panel Votes To Prohibit Sugary Drinks Bans No Wisconsin city could prohibit the sale of large, sugary drinks as was done in New York City under a provision that has been added to the state budget.
Ice Rinks Opening In Minneapolis ParksMinneapolis Parks and Recreation crews will begin opening rinks Wednesday.
Sen. Reinert Proposes Vikings Stadium In DuluthThe latest city to throw its hat into the ring for a new Vikings stadium? Duluth, Minn.
Behind The 'ShotSpotter' Technology In MplsIt was a first for the city of Minneapolis' ShotSpotter technology: too much activity on New Year's Eve brought it to a complete stop.
Mpls Uses Digital Billboards For Snow EmergenciesMinneapolis officials are launching a new tool to let drivers know when the city is under a snow emergency.
Aggressive Squirrels Have Mpls Discouraging FeedingThe Minneapolis Parks and Recreation is warning park visitors not to feed squirrels.
Minneapolis Approves $1 Million For Quick Pothole RepairThe Minneapolis City Council approved Friday to dedicate up to an additional $1 million to quickly fix potholes across the Twin Cities, which has been plagued with potholes after an extraordinarily harsh winter.