Armed Carjacking Of Minneapolis City Vehicle Leads To Police Chase; 4 ArrestedFour people were arrested Tuesday in Minneapolis after an alleged armed carjacking of a city vehicle led to a police chase.
'Spoonbridge And Cherry' Sculpture Loses Its Fruit For A Couple MonthsThe iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture in Minneapolis is going to be a giant spoon for a couple of months.
8 Displaced Following Duplex Fire In South MinneapolisAt least seven people were displaced Tuesday following a house fire in south Minneapolis.
'Jingle All The Way' Turns 25: A Look Back At The Last Big Minnesota-Made MovieOn Nov. 16, 1996, Minnesotans flocked to Mall of America for what was the biggest Hollywood movie premiere in state history.
An Inside Look At The New Dayton's ProjectOn Monday, for the first time in four years, people will be going to their offices inside the old Dayton's building in downtown Minneapolis.
'So Much History, So Many Stories': Retail Set To Return To Newly Refurbished Downtown Dayton'sThirty-five local vendors are setting up beneath the chandelier that used to light up the Max Factor and Revlon counters.
Guthrie Audience Member's Pre-Show Rant Delays Opening Night For 'Christmas Carol'In the video, the woman is seen yelling at other people standing near her to "get out of my country." According to another audience member's report, the incident happened "right as the lights were dimming to start the show and then we all heard yelling and it went crazy for like 40 minutes after that."
Residents Seek Role In Justice Department's Investigation Into MPDInvestigators are looking into whether Minneapolis police have shown a “pattern or practice” of policing that is unlawful or unconstitutional.
Bus Drivers For Minneapolis Public Schools Vote To Strike If Mediation FailsSchool bus drivers for Minneapolis Public Schools voted unanimously to go on strike if mediation does not produce results.
Hennepin County Seeks Public's Help Identifying Body Of Pregnant WomanInvestigators say the body of a woman about 5 feet tall and weighing 125 pounds was found on the 3500 block of Hennepin Avenue Monday around 9 a.m. The woman was pregnant at the time of her death, likely in her third trimester.
After More Than A Year-And-A-Half, Children's Theatre Company Reopens With 'Annie'During the pandemic, Twin Cities theaters have endured their share of hard knocks. But on Friday night, the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis welcomed back audiences for the first time in more than a year-and-a-half.
'I Chose To Intervene': Anti-Violence Group Helps Subdue Gunman In North MinneapolisPolice say an innocent man died trying to do the right thing. A gunman running from a car crash on Friday morning shot and killed the man in North Minneapolis when the bystander tried to intervene.
Hit-And-Run Suspect Fatally Shot Man Who Tried To Stop Him; Carjacking Escape Interrupted By Community MembersPolice are investigating an apparent shooting incident that happened Friday morning on West Broadway and Lyndale Avenue North. A WCCO photojournalist was on the scene when it happened.
Addison Perdew Charged For Allegedly Beating Infant Son To DeathA mother faces second-degree murder charges for allegedly beating her 2-month-old baby to death in what marked Minneapolis' 83rd homicide of the year.
Minneapolis High School Principals Sound Off On Social Media About Student Safety ConcernsHigh school principals across Minneapolis say crime is putting their students at risk.