Employee At Federal Building In Mpls. Discovers ‘White Powdery Substance’ In Letter, Hazmat Team RespondsThe Minneapolis Fire Department says its HAZMAT Team has responded to the Federal Building in Minneapolis after an employee found a “white powdery substance” when they opened a letter.
Potholes Beginning To Pop Up In Metro Following Deep FreezeA deep-freeze like the one we just went through causes ice to expand in the street. When it melts, the water seeps out, taking asphalt with it. That's when repairs are needed.
Twins Submit Proposal To Walz To Bring Back 10,000 To Target Field By Opening DayBelieve it or not, we're about six weeks away from Twins opening day. After a 2020 season with no fans allowed, this year the team hopes to have 10,000 fans in stadium.
2 Rescued From House Fire In South Minneapolis Two people were rescued early Monday morning from a house fire in south Minneapolis.
Isabella Tunney Joins Pioneering Group Of Girls Achieving Eagle Scout Rank"It's a bit of a bittersweet moment because I am done now, but my adventure as an Eagle Scout is not done at all," Isabella Tunney said. "Some would say it’s just the beginning."
Police: Man Dies After Being Shot While Driving In Northeast MinneapolisPolice say a man suffered fatal injuries after being shot while driving down a busy northeast Minneapolis street Sunday afternoon.
Outdoor Events, Activities Sell Out For 1st Weekend Of Warmer WeatherLast weekend, it was so cold Top Golf had to close down both Saturday and Sunday. But just one week later and 30 degrees warmer, it’s a whole new story.
Activists Trepidatious As Trial Of Former MPD Officer Derek Chavin NearsTheir concerns not only lie with the impact heavy law enforcement and military presence on the streets of Minneapolis may have; they are also worried about the amount of money being spent in the name of security.
Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka Open To 'Up Front' State Resources Chauvin Trial SecurityThe top Republican in the Senate had previously been firm in his opposition to the governor’s $35 million SAFE account, calling it a bailout by Minneapolis.
'This Not Charity...It's Solidarity': $1 Million Donation Helps Minneapolis Group Get Groceries To Twice As Many FamiliesHundreds of Minneapolis families got some much-needed help Friday morning, receiving a week's worth of food delivered right to their front doors.
Tiny House Shelter 'Avivo Village' Set To Open In MinneapolisA first-of-its-kind shelter is nearly ready to open near downtown Minneapolis, providing people experiencing homelessness real solutions to permanent housing.