Brooklyn Park Moves To Eliminate Paid On-Call FirefightersChief T. John Cunningham is in the process of implementing a plan to dissolve the paid on-call program and work within the current budget to hire more full-time staff. He believes the change will help the department better serve the city and its residents.
Damond, Castile Lawyer To Represent Man Assaulted While SPPD Officers Allegedly Stood ByGetting fired from the department may not be the only problem for five former St. Paul police officers.
Record Number Of Turtles Being Treated At Local Wildlife NonprofitIt's one of the busiest times of the year at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Minnesota. Over the past week and a half, the center has treated more than 70 turtles-- an all-time record.
Community Members Seek Solutions Following Closure Of Navigation CenterNatives Against Heroin and supporters of the group are gathering and looking for solutions following the closure of a temporary homeless shelter earlier this week.
'That's Astronomical': Minneapolis Police Respond To 65 Overdose Calls In 9 DaysThe war against drug overdoses has ripped through communities across the country. And now, police across the Twin Cities are dealing with a frightening battle of their own.
Man Charged In Fire That Destroyed Lola's On The Lake PavilionA man has been charged with negligently causing a fire that destroyed a historic pavilion alongside Bde Maka Ska last month.
2 Years After Deadly Explosion, New Minnehaha Academy Close To CompletionThe end of the school year marks the beginning of a new chapter at one Minneapolis school.
'I Am Troubled': Owner Of Torched Bde Maka Ska Restaurant Shocked By Possible ArsonMinneapolis police say they are seeking the public's help to identify two people in connection to the fire that destroyed the 90-year-old pavilion on Bde Maka Ska.
Southwest Light Rail Construction Closes 2 Popular Trails, Detouring Bikers, Runners & WalkersThe Cedar Lake and Kenilworth trails are about to close for two to three years.
Minneapolis Considers Drive-Thru Window BanDrive-thru windows are a speedy way to get food, coffee and prescriptions without leaving the comfort of your car. But Minneapolis city leaders are considering making them a thing of the past.
Mpls. Park Board Accepting Public Comments On Street Name ChangesThe battle over the name of a popular Minneapolis lake is now going to the streets.
Check Out These Mussels: Minneapolis Using Mollusks To Monitor Water QualityMost people are used to seeing mussels on a dinner plate, steamed in white wine and swimming in garlic. But at Minneapolis Water Treatment and Distribution Services, 12 mussels are the muscle behind clean and safe water.
Despite Sluggish Start To Ticket Sales, Fans Excited For Twins SeasonTake one look at the Twins record and the numbers will tell you one story. Take a look at attendance numbers and they tell a very different tale.
Governor's Fishing Opener Weekend Kicks Off With Community Picnic In Albert LeaFor the very first time in its 70-year history, the Governor's Fishing Opener is taking place in Albert Lea, just 90 miles south of the Twin Cities.
Live Bait In Scarce Supply For Fishing Opener After Rough WinterFishing reels in big money across the state, generating more than $15 billion each year, but there could be a snag for some anglers. There's a shortage of live bait.