Bat Found In Downtown Minneapolis Tests Positive For RabiesThe bat was found near the corner of Marquette Avenue and 6th Street.
Following Spike In Violent Phone Robberies Downtown, Minneapolis Police Crack DownMinneapolis police recently stationed more officers downtown in order to curb a significant increase in robberies this year that have sometimes involved a pack of robbers brutally attacking lone victims.
Minnesotans Donate Blood On 18th Anniversary Of 9/11 Terrorist AttacksOn September 11, 2001, thousands lined up outside donation centers across the country to give blood. Eighteen years later, that tradition continues here in Minnesota.
Try These Top Yoga Studios In MinneapolisWhether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, the city boasts lots of popular yoga options to sample in and around Minneapolis.
Iconic Dinkytown McDonald's May Disappear If New Apartment Building ApprovedA proposed development in Dinkytown has neighbors speaking out.
'U' Professors Suspended For Sexual Harassment Return To CampusTwo professors received a disciplinary suspension without pay last academic year, but returned this fall with some restrictions for working with students, according to an email sent to partners and members of the college.
Mpls. Police Actively Investigating After Carjacking, Multiple CrashesMinneapolis police say they are actively investigating an incident where a suspect stole a vehicle and crashed multiple times Sunday evening.
Police: Man Arrested After Carjacking, Multiple Crashes In MinneapolisPolice say a man was arrested Sunday evening after he allegedly stole a vehicle and crashed multiple times in Minneapolis.
Vikings Fans Hope To Keep Momentum Rolling After Winning StartThe fans, the food and the fun: Football is back at U.S. Bank Stadium. The Vikings started the season with a 28-12 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
3 Injured After Driver Rear-Ends Pedal Pub In MinneapolisPolice say three people were injured Saturday night when a distracted driver rear-ended a pedal pub on the 3rd Avenue Bridge in Minneapolis.
'It Means The World': Hundreds Give Back During Xcel Energy Day Of Service1,600 volunteers from all over the state of Minnesota came out to give back to their communities Saturday.
Minneapolis Family Files Lawsuit 2 Years After Police Officer Shot DogsThe lawsuit filed Friday alleges the dogs, who were service animals at the time of the shooting, suffered permanent injuries and the city attempted to cover up the incident by filing a false a police report.
35W In Minneapolis Won't Close This Weekend As PlannedIt's going to be a busy weekend for road construction in the Twin Cities, with projects necessitating closures in many spots.
What Are They Doing, Exactly? A Look Inside Construction Sites On Busy Minneapolis RoadsMinneapolis Public Works, addressing a common complaint from drivers, showed WCCO a usually inaccessible part of construction sites, to clear up how it works and why people might not actually see any work getting done.
Minneapolis Police: Missing 75-Year-Old Man Found 'Safe And Sound'Minneapolis police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 75-year-old man who has memory issues.