Crews have spent the last several weeks removing loose pieces of marble from the 106-year-old building's exterior after chunks were falling -- creating a safety hazard for visitors.
Protest for Tyre Nichols to be held outside MN Governor’s Mansion
Activists groups say they’ll call on Gov. Tim Walz and the Legislature to implement police reforms.
Minnesota pool contractor banned from industry, must pay $2 million-plus
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison filed suit against Charles Workman and his company, MN Crete Pools, LLC, in August.
St. Paul man identified as victim of north Minneapolis homicide
The shooting occurred on the 2200 block of Emerson Avenue North on Wednesday.
Two youths seriously injured after being struck by driver in Bloomington
Police say the boy is in a critical condition, while the girl has severe injuries.
Two men sentenced for carjacking in Rosedale Center parking lot
Leon Kismit Bell, 49, and Jack Mitchell Piche, 23, were sentenced in U.S. District Court on Jan. 20.
Police: Truck burst into in flames after driver rammed Hutchinson squad car
The incident occurred Wednesday evening.
Police identify White Bear Lake officer shot while serving warrant
The officer is a six-year veteran of the department.
Minnesota Senate passes bill codifying abortion into state law
Having already passed in the House, it will now be sent to Gov. Tim Walz for signing into law.
Tyre Nichols: Initial police version of events bear similarities to George Floyd killing
Memphis PD said Nichols complained of 'shortness of breath' following 'confrontations' with police, who in reality violently beat him.
Authorities ID man who died during police standoff in Winsted
Warning: This story mentions suicide.
Twin Cities authorities preparing for community reaction to Tyre Nichols video
The ATF division in St. Paul sent out an alert out of "an abundance of caution."
Loose debris removed from Minnesota Capitol
Workers in St. Paul are nearly finished removing loose marble fragments from the Capitol Building. West Central Tribune says the protective scaffolding used to shield visitors from exterior debris will soon be removed. Capitol officials say visitors are at no safety risk.
Crews remove graffiti from Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture
The Minneapolis landmark was vandalized this weekend after the word "Kony" was spray-painted on the spoon. WCCO reports other pieces of art work at the Walker Sculpture Garden were also damaged.
Authorities remove another round of items from OccupyMN protesters
Hennepin County officials say they discovered the items when crews tried to clear snow from the area. Despite having their tents confiscated last week and now this latest seizure -- Occupy Minnesota protesters say they won’t be going anywhere.
Occupy Duluth protesters must remove tents by Sunday
The camp set up by activists at the Civic Center near city hall for more than a month must be removed by the end of the weekend. Police wouldn't say what action would be taken if the tents aren't removed by the deadline.
MN Supreme Court: Gauthier removed from ballot
Disgraced Duluth lawmaker Rep. Kerry Gauthier won't appear on the ballot, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The high court granted the Democratic Party's request to have Gauthier's name scrubbed and replaced by endorsed candidate Erik Simonson.
Controversial Sanford Health sign in downtown Minneapolis to be removed
Target Corp. officials tell the Star Tribune they now have discretion over the sign as part of their renewed naming rights deal with the Target Center. The Sanford sign will be removed at the end of the month.
Humphrey to be honored with statue on State Capitol Mall
It's taken nearly two decades of planning, but come Aug. 4 a bronze statue of former vice president, U.S. senator and Minneapolis mayor Hubert H. Humphrey will dedicated on the State Capitol Mall in St. Paul. Humphrey, frequently referred to as "The Happy Warrior," died in 1978 at age 66.
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