WCCO morning anchor Mike Binkley rode his bicycle to work on Bike Walk to Work Day earlier this month, but discovered someone had swiped the locked-up Trek from right outside the studio. Today he announced on Facebook that police tracked it to a pawn shop.
Minneapolis teen charged in carjacking, chase that left 2 dead
Two 16-year-olds died when the SUV they crashed in was split in half.
Minnesota woman who pointed gun at officer sentenced to 10 years in prison
The sheriff's deputy shot the woman multiple times in the incident.
Ex-cop Kueng sentenced to 3½ years in prison in killing of George Floyd
Kueng pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in October.
Effort to support flu-stricken boy who spent his birthday on ventilator
The 10-year-old has been on a ventilator after complications followed.
What's the latest on next week's major snowstorm system?
The storm is coming. It's just a matter of where the biggest snow totals occur.
School bus carrying 11 students in collision with pickup truck
No students were injured in the collision.
Twin Cities radio host Matt McNeil seriously injured in crash
A post on his social media account says he'll recover.
Marshalls in downtown Minneapolis to close its doors to shoppers
The company confirmed it will be open until mid-January.
Boys aged 12 and 14 arrested after fleeing police in stolen car
The two boys were charged with felony fleeing in a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property.
Heavy snow brings multiple crashes to southern Minnesota roads
The snowfall is expected to end sometime Friday morning.
Crash knocks Twin Cities TV news anchor off bike – and off the air
Julie Nelson will be flying solo in the KARE-11 anchor chair for awhile. Randy Shaver suffered a broken arm and scraped-up face in a bicycle accident Tuesday that sent him flying over his handlebars. It was not immediately clear when he would return to the studio.
Minneapolis slips from No. 2 to 4 in bike commuting
The latest American Community Survey found 3.5 percent of residents commuted to work primarily by bike -- that's down from the city's the peak of 4.3 percent in 2008.
Sabo bridge reopens to bikes, pedestrians
The Sabo bridge, which was closed after a pair of support cables broke in February, is reopening Friday afternoon to foot and bike traffic. Structural support was added underneath the bridge deck. Minneapolis is awaiting a report on what caused the cables to break loose.
Nonprofit donates 5,000+ bikes to kids, needs volunteers
The 5-year-old Minneapolis-based nonprofit Free Bikes 4 Kidz gave away more than 5,000 donated bicycles to children last year, making it the largest donor of free bikes in the nation. This holiday season, the organization is aiming higher, but the organizers need more donations and volunteer labor.
Feds say bike infrastructure investment pays off
After a four-year, $100 million pilot project in four communities, including the Twin Cities, the U.S. Department of Transportation said in a report that not only did biking increase by nearly 50 percent over the three-year life of the four projects, but there were 7,700 fewer tons of carbon dioxide emitted.
Animated map: A day in the life of Nice Ride bikes
The green bikes have come to downtown St. Paul with this week's installation of 25 Nice Ride stations, in time for the Twin Cities Bike Walk Week. It's the latest expansion of the popular bike rental system that lets subscribers pedal between automated, solar-powered stations in Minneapolis and St. Paul. MinnPost has created a slick animation that shows how bikes move around town over 24 hours.
Neurology group to give away 1,000 bike helmets in Minneapolis Saturday
The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) is hosting another event to raise awareness of bike-related head injuries. The trade association said it will hand out 1,000 free bike helmets in conjunction with the opening of its new headquarters downtown Minneapolis Saturday.
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