Series of garage fires cause damage in south Minneapolis
Two of the fires occurred on the 4500 block of Snelling Avenue.
Minneapolis’ public safety chief spends evening mocking, blocking on Twitter
The community safety commissioner responded to one user's question about downtown policing by calling them two-faced.
Ramen bar announced for upcoming Eat Street Crossing food hall
The restaurant roster is filling up at Eat Street Crossing.
Man dies after being shot during argument in Minneapolis
It's the 70th homicide in Minneapolis this year.
Minneapolis police, city employees clear out Near North encampment
This comes as colder weather moves through the state.
New T.J. Maxx to open in the Twin Cities this month
Opening day will kick off with extended hours.
Sports bar reduces hours, owners cite "pandemic of work ethic"
The owners shared the news on Facebook this week.
Former Hennepin County commissioner arrested for DWI
The 61-year-old was being held in Hennepin County Jail as of Thursday morning.
Electric carshare network showing growth in Twin Cities
Over 25,000 trips have been logged in a six-month span.
Low river levels bring cancellations for St. Paul-New Orleans Viking cruises
The low water also impacted some barge traffic making its way down the river.
Feds: Militia sympathizer had machine gun, grenade launcher in 'hidden room'
A confidential informant tipped off investigators.
Dayton vetoes tax bill
Gov. Mark Dayton quickly vetoed Friday a Republican-backed tax bill that cleared the Legislature Thursday night, saying the measure irresponsibly added to the deficit in future years, Politics in Minnesota says. Dayton rejected notions that the veto would hurt the chances of Monday's Vikings stadium vote.
Dayton vetoes bill to expand fireworks
Late Saturday night, Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed a bill that would have allowed the sale and use of bigger and more powerful fireworks. The decision comes after opponents expressed concerns about fires or injuries. Supporters argued Minnesotans can go to neighboring states to buy fireworks.
Dayton under fire for veto of immigration enforcement measure
Republicans are lashing out at Gov. Mark Dayton for vetoing a bill requiring immigration verification for state employees through a federal database. Supporters of the bill say the E-Verify system makes sure state workers are documented. Opponents, including the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce, say it's vulnerable to fraud and requires the state to get involved in federal jurisdiction.
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