George Washington, Pioneer Statues Graffitied In MinneapolisOn Thanksgiving, two statues were graffitied in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Parks And Rec Board Cancels Sports, Closes Indoor Ice Arenas As New COVID Restrictions Kick InAs new COVID restrictions are going into effect on Friday night, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is making changes to activities and sports.
Minneapolis Parks And Recreation Board Seeks Local, State-Level Support As Homeless Encampments Continue To GrowThe latest data shows there are an estimated 431 tents at 42 parks.
Lifeguards To Return To Select Minneapolis Beaches This WeekendStarting this week, lifeguards will be returning to popular Minneapolis beaches on the weekends.
Hall's Island Area In Northeast Minneapolis Will Soon Be An Island Once MoreSome exciting new developments are in the works in northeast Minneapolis along the Mississippi River.
After More Than 3 Years, Meadowbrook Golf Club ReopeningMore than three years after being closed due to damage caused by flooding, the Meadowbrook Golf Club is reopening.
Hiawatha Golf Course To No Longer Feature 18 HolesGolfers looking to play 18-holes at Hiawatha Golf Club will eventually have to hit the links somewhere else.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Picnic Spot In MinnesotaMemorial Day Weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer, a time to pack up a meal and head outside for a picnic.
Proposed Minneapolis Marathon Route Denied Weeks Before RaceIt looks like runners signed up to do the Minneapolis Marathon on June 5 will not be running in Minneapolis.
Groups Seek To Grade Minneapolis On Racial Equity Report CardCommunity outreach groups announced a new plan Thursday to highlight what they call a lack of racial equity in Minneapolis.
Banners Posted Across Lake Calhoun SignsA number of signs around Lake Calhoun were altered on Wednesday to obscure the name of the recently controversial Minnesota historical figure. John C. Calhoun was a former war department secretary who helped bring Fort Snelling to Minnesota.