A state panel is releasing loan money for rebuilding tornado-ravaged north Minneapolis early. The Minnesota Housing Board is making $750,000 available for lower-income homeowners.
Suspect identified in gunfire barrage that injured teen in Brooklyn Park
The city's major crimes unit is investigating.
Target profits plunge as it takes hit from shedding excess goods
The retailer announced earlier this year it would be slashing prices.
Man, woman found dead in St. Paul home after child calls 911
Police say no suspects are being sought.
Las Vegas man identified as victim killed near 38th and Chicago
The 25-year-old died at the scene Sunday afternoon.
Man indicted for armed robberies of 3 St. Paul grocery stores
The 38-year-old is facing federal charges.
Bridge damage closes westbound Hwy. 62 between Richfield, Edina
The Minnesota Department of Transportation said bridge maintenance work is in progress.
Charges: Drunk driver killed former chair of Hibbing Chamber of Commerce
Michael Miller's blood-alcohol content was nearly three times the legal limit at the time of the crash.
Gallery: Stillwater estate turned into private oasis hits market for first time
The sprawling estate is minutes from downtown Stillwater.
Woman charged with attempted murder in shooting outside Target
The victim is in critical condition.
WalletHub's 'Best States to Live' ranking has Minnesota in top 10
Minnesota finished one place above Wisconsin.
Charges: Man attacked Mystic Lake security with 2x4
A chaotic scene unfolded after the man approached the bell stand late Friday.
Tornado-damaged sidewalks, curbs repaired in north Minneapolis
Crews have completed repairing city streets that sustained damage in the May storm. Around 1,600 sidewalk panels and 600 feet of street curb were replaced. In total, the repairs cost a little over $2 million.
Tornado-damaged chimneys add risk for north Minneapolis residents
Minneapolis officials are warning north Minneapolis residents to be especially vigilant for chimney damage after last spring's tornado. Inspectors already found more than 200 damaged or blocked chimneys in the months since the storm. Officials say chimneys that don't vet properly can trap poisonous carbon monoxide.
Hundreds of north Minneapolis homes remain unfixed after tornado
City inspectors tell MRP about 500 properties still have damage. City officials say they have more than $1 million in state and local funds available to assist property owners fix their homes before the snow flies.
Deadline approaches for Minneapolis tornado victims to apply for loans
So far, the Small Business Administration says nearly 50 people have gotten loans totaling $782,000. Close to 400 people have picked up paperwork to apply for a loan, but only half have completed the process.
Cost of north Minneapolis tornado estimated at $80 million
The tornado that swept through north Minneapolis a year ago Tuesday damaged thousands of homes and businesses. It also dented pocketbooks. When the costs to homeowners, taxpayers, insurance companies, and charitable groups are totaled, the Star Tribune estimates the price tag came to $80 million.
Hundreds of trees to be replaced after fatal North Minneapolis tornado
The nonprofit group Tree Trust is helping residents replace the hundreds of trees destroyed by the storm. City inspectors are still working to determine how many homes remain unrepaired so they can help those homeowners before winter sets in.
North Minneapolis homeowners still waiting on tax relief after tornado
Homeowners' latest tax statements don't reflect the reduced home values that city assessors promised, but officials say not to worry: They have to wait until the state of Minnesota declares north Minneapolis a disaster area. The real bill should show the reduced property values -- and lighter taxes.
North Minneapolis tornado repair bill about $25 million so far
More than $25 million has been spent so far fixing up the roughly 3,600 homes and businesses damaged in the devastating tornado. Right now the city is trying to contact the hundreds of homeowners who still have damage to their property to ensure they're ready for winter.
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