Twin Cities Pride Returns With Sold Out Events, Following Year Of CancellationsTwin Cities Pride says they plan to have everything back and more next year because it will be their 50th year, and they want it to be the biggest year yet.
Derek Chauvin Trial Cost Hennepin County $3.7MThe weekslong trial of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin cost Minnesota’s Hennepin County about $3.7 million for employee salaries, courthouse security, victims’ services for George Floyd’s family and other expenses, according to county documents released Friday.
Police: 3-Year-Old Child In Serious Condition After North Minneapolis ShootingMinneapolis police are investigating after a child was reportedly shot in north Minneapolis on Friday morning.
Minnesota Orchestra's 2021-22 Season Will Be Conductor Osmo Vänskä's LastVänskä has served for 19 years as the orchestra's musical director.
Howard Anderson Jr., 71, Dies Days After South Minneapolis House FireA 71-year-old Minneapolis man died on Saturday, days after he was injured in a house fire, officials say.
First Avenue Mainroom Reopening Doors For 1st Full Concert In Nearly 500 DaysFor the first time in 492 days, iconic Minneapolis music venue First Avenue Mainroom will be reopening for a full concert this weekend.
Neeraj Chopra Found Guilty Of Abusing Teen Aboard Minneapolis-Bound FlightA Minneapolis man was convicted Thursday of abusive sexual conduct involving a teenager aboard a Minneapolis-bound flight two years ago.
Driver Found After Truck Falls Into Mississippi River Near Downtown MinneapolisCrews are searching for a man after a truck plummeted Thursday morning into the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis.
Twin Cities Pride Increases Accessibility For First Festival In 2 Years
Uptown Community Garden Removed Over Concerns Of Continued UnrestThe owners of the Seven Points development announced Wednesday that they’re removing the garden over concerns of violence, property destruction, arson, and noise ordinance violations in the area.
Charges: Tyler Ferguson Set Dumpster On Fire In Uptown, Said He Wanted To ‘Burn Down Stella’s’A 22-year-old Minneapolis man faces felony charges of arson and damage to property for allegedly lighting a dumpster on fire in Uptown earlier this month, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage to a restaurant.
Minneapolis Tourism Industry Begins Bouncing BackAt long last, visitors are once again coming to the Twin Cities and staying the night.
Victim Pistol-Whipped In 1 Of 2 Armed Dinkytown Robberies Monday NightOfficials at the University of Minnesota say that two robberies happened late Monday night near the Twin Cities campus.
With 5 Kids Shot In North Minneapolis In 2 Months, Community Begs For Halt To Gun ViolenceNorth Minneapolis community and church leaders gathered Sunday afternoon -- a block from where a 3-year-old child was shot playing outside Friday night -- to demand and beg for the gun violence to end.
What Can The State Do To Combat Gun Violence?The violence this weekend continues to force the question of what cities and even the state could do to prevent more shootings.