The Metropolitan Airports Commission issued a query in June to any developers who might be interested in constructing a small hotel – perhaps 70 or 80 rooms – in an existing parking lot across from the entry to the airport’s main Lindbergh Terminal, Finance and Commerce reports. Three responded, although the small size and sound-proofing issues would make the project difficult, developers say.
St. Paul restaurateur's businesses burglarized a 6th time
The owner of The Gnome and Hope Breakfast Bar is asking politicians to help St. Paul business owners.
Teen suffers life-threatening injuries in head-on crash in southern MN
The 18-year-old was airlifted to a Mayo Clinic hospital in Rochester.
Foo Fighters abruptly cancel Gophers stadium show hours after announcing it
The band is looking for a new venue because of a disagreement over COVID protocols.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Tuesday, November 30
More than 12,000 newly reported cases.
LUSH in Minneapolis to reopen under new ownership in December
FOX 9's Jason Matheson and two popular performers are among the new owners of the revived bar and restaurant.
Lace up: Indoor skating returns to US Bank Stadium this winter
The venue announced 13 Winter Warm-Up dates for both skaters and runners.
More than 1,500 people are hospitalized with COVID-19 in MN
Minnesota's hospital systems continue to be under tremendous strain.
3 killed in trio of crashes in Minnesota on Monday
The crashes happened in St. Louis, Winona and Carver counties.
Police investigating after large fight caught on video at MSP Airport
People threw punches, broke chairs and tossed stanchions during the incident.
Driver who killed innocent man, dog while drag racing is sentenced
The victim and his dog were struck while trying to cross the street.
Shake Shack's first drive-through to open in Maple Grove next week
The COVID-19 pandemic forced Shake Shack to become more accessible.
Researchers to help determine if jet noise at MSP airport impacts human health
This is the first time the Metropolitan Airports Commission (MAC) is backing the long-term study to see if jet engines are causing high blood pressure, stress or other ailments. The Star Tribune reports MAC has already paid $78 million since 2007 to settle lawsuits and sound-proof homes in Minneapolis, Eagan and Richfield.
MSP Airport to renovate restrooms with $50,000 art project
The Metropolitan Airports Commission is looking for an artist to help renovate airport restrooms. KSTP reports mosaic works of art will be displayed at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The initial part of the $50,000 art project is set to be installed in September.
iPads for traveler use coming to MSP airport
Concourse G at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in the next year will feature 2,500 Apple iPads for traveler use. The tablets will be tethered at restaurant tables, gate seats and in other waiting areas. Visitors will be able to surf the Web, check their flight status, and charge their phones or laptops at tablet stands.
Passengers at MSP airport not lovin' fast-food changes
McDonald's french fries or Big Macs are no longer an option at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport, at least for now. The Star Tribune reports the fast-food chain was forced out of its location in Concourse G once Delta Air Lines decided it wanted to give travelers some new options. The Golden Arches can relocate within the Humphrey terminal, but has yet to do so.
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