2 Hospitalized, 2 Firefighters Evaluated After Mpls. House FireTwo males have been hospitalized and two firefighters are being evaluated after a house fire in Minneapolis early Tuesday morning. According to the Minneapolis Fire Department, crews received a call at 3:43 a.m. from a neighbor of a house fire at a two-story home in the 2700 block of 18th Avenue South.
Police Investigate Early Morning Shooting In Mpls.Police in Minneapolis are investigating an early morning shooting. According to police, the shooting occurred around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 3400 block of Chicago Avenue.
Police: 13-Year-Old Stabs Father In ChestA 47-year-old Fridley man is in critical condition after he was stabbed by his 13-year-old son Monday. According to the Anoka County Sheriff's Office, Fridley police officers responded to a call of a "heavy domestic" situation in the 5200 block of Lincoln St. NE.
HCMC Expanding In Downtown MinneapolisWe're getting a first look at the plans to expand Hennepin County Medical Center in downtown Minneapolis.
Mpls. Police Watch For The Vulnerable In The Bitter ColdMinneapolis Police officers are being asked to keep an eye out for people on the street who may not be dressed properly, or are in need of help. "It doesn't take long in these sub-zero temperatures for people to get hurt," said First Precinct Inspector Medaria Arradondo. He says one of his officers has even started to hand out blankets to those in need.
Children At HCMC Receive Bikes From Free Bikes 4 KidzAs they fight to get healthier, 200 sick kids got an early holiday present. All of the children are patients at Hennepin County Medical Center's Richfield Clinic.
7 TSA Agents At MSP Taken To HCMC Due To OdorSeven agents for the Transportation Security Administration were taken to Hennepin County Medical Center on Friday morning after an odor was noticed at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The odor was investigated near Checkpoint 2 at Terminal 1 around 9:30 a.m., according to an airport spokesperson.
Good Questions: Cannons, Baby Footprints & SunflowersLarye from Minneapolis wants to know: Why don't they fire the cannon off at Gopher football games anymore? This is something they did for years after every Gopher touchdown. Rod Wallace, the man who fired the cannon, retired after this past season.
Minn. Teen Warns Of 'Fire Challenge' That Sent Him To Burn UnitA Minnesota teenager is warning other kids about the dangers of a stunt showing up online. It's called the fire challenge. Teenagers use an accelerant like nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol to light themselves on fire.
1 Injured In N. Mpls. ShootingOne person is in the hospital after a shooting in north Minneapolis Sunday afternoon. According to authorities, police responded to call of shots being fired in the 3100 block of Emerson Avenue. Two adult brothers were fighting when a third man drove up.
New Immunization Law Takes Effect For Students This FallChanges to Minnesota’s Immunization law take effect this fall and doctors are reminding parents to schedule appointments prior the last-minute rush before the start of the school year. Even in mid-July, prepping for school is top of mind for Minneapolis resident Clevet Tellis and her children.
Small Explosion At U Of M Sends 1 To HospitalOne person has been transported to Hennepin County Medical Center after a small explosion at the University of Minnesota, according to authorities.
1 Injured After Shooting Outside Hennepin County Medical CenterPolice are investigating a shooting outside Hennepin County Medical Center that left one person shot. Minneapolis Police say the shooting happened around 12:53 p.m. Wednesday, on the corner of 8th Street and Park Avenue. The shooter allegedly shot at a vehicle before fleeing the scene. A woman inside the car was struck.
Officials: Bus Hits Pedestrian In Downtown Mpls. A Metro Transit bus hit a pedestrian in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday evening, officials said, and the pedestrian, the bus driver and several bus passengers were brought to a hospital.
Heavy Snowfall Brings Increased Risk Of InjuriesJohn Egnell knows he can't beat winter, so he joins it. Friday morning, he took care of his own driveway, and then tackled two other driveways for neighbors in Brooklyn Park. He has a snow blower, so he was more than happy to help. "My hands are a little sore just from using a snow blower," Egnell said. "I can't imagine shoveling it all."