The city’s new director of solid waste and recycling services says residents could be wheeling out one big cart with all of their recyclables as soon as this winter. The new system could help improve the city’s recycling rate and reduce costs.
Charges: Teen couple tortured children while babysitting in St. Paul
A doctor called this "the worst case of abuse he has seen in over 20 years."
New apartment proposal could spell the end for Myth Live
Myth Live in Maplewood has a spotty past with the surrounding community.
Police trying to find woman, 18, who was shot at in St. Paul
Police are looking for help finding the woman.
Man sentenced to life in prison for 2021 murder of girlfriend
Lacy Jo Krube, 36, was found unresponsive at her St. Paul home, after she'd been beaten in Brooklyn Park.
Police: Man found dead at rural farm was victim of homicide
The 79-year-old's body was found Tuesday.
New threat prompts closure of Richfield secondary schools
The new threat comes after a shooting outside the Richfield High School football game Friday night.
Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg to headline Duluth rally
The rally will take place at Leif Erikson Park on Oct. 1.
Stella's Fish Cafe closes temporarily to investigate viral rodent video
The Uptown restaurant said it was closing temporarily so it could investigate the claims.
Walz, judge in dispute over Feeding Our Future case
A Ramsey County judge disputed Walz's claims that the Minnesota Department of Education was ordered by the court to resume payments to Feeding Our Future.
2 dead, 1 with life-threatening injuries in Hwy. 7 crash
Both drivers were not wearing their seatbelt, according to the State Patrol.
15-year-old Richfield football game shooting suspect arrested
A 16-year-old accused of instigating the altercation is also in custody.
Staff to recommend Minneapolis move to single-sort recycling
The city’s recycling program requires residents to separate recyclables into separate bags. That has led to an 18 percent recycling rate in Minneapolis, well below the national average and stagnating, according to a city study. A move to single sort could improve the city's recycling rate and reduce costs.
Trader Joe's store faces big vote in Minneapolis
The Minneapolis City Council's Zoning and Planning committee will decide Thursday whether the proposed Lyn-Lake location should be rezoned to allow Trader Joe's to include an attached beer and wine store. Finance & Commerce reports council member Meg Tuthill does not support rezoning. If the project is approved, construction on the sixth Trader Joe's in the metro area could begin this fall and open next spring.
Minneapolis council committee approves potential November ballot questions
The ballot questions relate to rent control, a potential new public safety department and changing the city's government structure.
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