'You Are Not Alone': Supporters Break Ground On Nation's 1st Sexual Assault Survivors Memorial In MinneapolisIt was a historic day in Minneapolis as survivors and supporters broke ground on the nation's first permanent memorial to survivors of sexual assault.
Minneapolis Beaches Remain Closed Over E. Coli ConcernsWith just weeks left of summer break, three busy Minneapolis beaches are warning swimmers to stay out of the water.
Commissioners Spar Over How Mpls. Park Police Advisory Council Members Are SelectedA council meant to heal divisions and increase understanding between Minneapolis Park Police and the communities they serve ended up creating controversy before it was even officially formed.
Heavy Rains Cause Mudslide Near West River ParkwayThe Minneapolis Park Board says heavy rain Thursday night cause a mudslide along the hillside of West River Parkway.
MPB Pres. Reviewing Minnehaha Falls Police Stop Involving Black ChildrenThe President of the Minneapolis Park Board says he’s reviewing a controversial police stop incident at Minnehaha Fall involving children Tuesday.
Both Sides Of Lake Calhoun Name Change Debate Sound OffPeople voiced their opinions Tuesday night over the proposed name change of Lake Calhoun.
Woman Hit By Falling Ice At Minnehaha FallsAuthorities say a woman was injured after being hit by falling ice at Minnehaha Falls Sunday afternoon.
Minneapolis, Xcel Energy Team Up To Go Solar At Parade Ice GardenOfficials from the city of Minneapolis unveiled their latest eco-friendly project on Thursday.
General Mills Foundation Gives $3 Million Donation For Minneapolis ParksThe General Mills Foundation has donated $3 million to help fund park projects along the Mississippi River waterfront in Minneapolis.
Twin Cities Recognize Indigenous People’s DayIn most cities around the country, Monday was Columbus Day. But in Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as a few other cities, it was Indigenous People’s Day.
Minneapolis Park Board Seeks Funding To Keep City Parks CleanIt's one of Minneapolis's biggest sources of pride: The No. 1-ranked park system. But things are changing in 157 of those parks, and not for the better. The president of the parks board says it's all about funding.
Minneapolis To Gradually Remove Thousands Of Ash Trees Due To Bug InfestationOver the next eight years, the city of Minneapolis plans to remove about 40,000 ash trees from around the city in order to combat the Emerald Ash Borer, a tiny green bug that’s responsible for taking down trees that have stood for decades.
Mild Weather Delays Opening Of Minneapolis Outdoor Skating RinksThere was optimism that skating rinks on Lake of the Isles would open on Monday. The Minneapolis Park Board's Robin Smothers said that part of the lake is shallow and had a solid coating of ice about a week ago. But mild weather isn't allowing ice to form.
Proposed Smoking Ban To Go Before Mpls Park BoardThe Minneapolis Park Board is looking at snuffing out smoking in all city parks. Currently, people are allowed to smoke in designated areas, a hundred feet away from playgrounds, pools and beaches.
City Lawsuit: Apt. Building Illegally Pumping Water Into Chain Of LakesThe City of Minneapolis is suing the owners of an Uptown apartment building because the city says thousands of gallons of water are illegally pumped into the chain of lakes each day.