The terminal opened in 1962 and now serves nearly 80,000 air travelers a day. The Minneapolis-St. Paul airport is currently running discounted merchandise throughout the terminal's shopping stops.
Why is mayor claiming credit for pics that aren't his? 'It's for entertainment,' he says
Mayor Francis said his goal on Twitter is to spread joy.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, January 19
More than 44,000 new cases reported from the holiday weekend.
Bagel shop closes amid vax-or-test mandate, posts: 'All are welcome here'
Other Twin Cities restaurants have also temporarily closed this week.
Spielman: 'It was constantly like a moving target all the time'
Spielman said drafting and rostering players who fit the scheme was difficult with all of the offensive coordinators Mike Zimmer had.
Suspect fled police, found hiding in old camper in scrap yard
Police say they were trying to pull him over for driving without any lights.
Part Wolf in Minneapolis to close at the end of January
The Nomad World Pub became Part Wolf in 2019.
Omicron fading in Minnesota? Wastewater detection provides hope
Wastewater samples can help predict a rise or fall in COVID-19 cases.
COVID: Minneapolis, St. Paul vaccine-or-test rule for dining now in effect
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test are required.
Man crawls to safety before train hits his stuck wheelchair
The incident happened Tuesday on Highway 169.
Sizing up Vikings coaching candidates we know about so far
A closer look at some of the head coaching candidates interviewed by the Vikings
St. Paul: Man called police to report he killed his wife
Police are also investigating a separate fatal shooting in the Frogtown neighborhood.
Timberwolves survive Knicks' second-half barrage to get back to .500
Karl-Anthony Towns' lay-in helped Minnesota get a win in The Garden.
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.
3 developers interested in MSP airport micro-hotel
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.
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.
Frontier Airlines to move to MSP Airport's Terminal 2
The move comes as air traffic out of the airport as plummeted in light of COVID-19.
New air traffic management, planes to cut back on MSP Airport noise
The FAA plans to roll out a new air traffic management system that will cut back on the noise in parts of Richfield, Bloomington and southwest Minneapolis. Delta Airlines is also planning to retire an older fleet of air crafts which are much louder than newer models.
Twin Cities airport terminal reopens after security scare
A bomb squad was called to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to investigate a suspicious device. It was found in the luggage checked by a passenger, who was questioned but not arrested. Part of Terminal 2 was evacuated for a couple of hours on Sunday.
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