Snow. You know it's coming. And Minneapolitans who fail to move it could be hit with $75 fines. The city is looking at stepping up enforcement of its shoveling ordinance.
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."
Changes at K102's Chris Carr & Company, with Sam Sansevere joining as co-host
She is the daughter of former KQRS morning show personality Bob Sansevere.
Minneapolis' Royal Foundry Craft Spirits announces closure
The distillery set out to infuse the Minneapolis craft cocktail scene with British flavor.
Shutterfly to cut almost 100 jobs at Shakopee facility
The layoffs are expected to impact multiple positions within the company.
Mill City Museum in the running to be named best history museum in the U.S.
The museum offers scenic views of the Mississippi River.
Man charged with attempted murder of White Bear Lake police officer
Daniel Holmgren Jr., 33, was being served an arrest warrant at the time of the incident.
Gallery: 1,000-acre Wisconsin resort listed for nearly $4.3M
The lush landscape features a creek and private lake.
Alert after Woodbury students approached by strangers asking if they want candy
Valley Crossing Elementary School urged parents to go over safety information with their children in response to the incident.
No camping crackdown on OccupyMN protesters -- for now
A ban on camping on the county property went into effect this week, but law enforcement authorities haven't started enforcing the new law. Several dozen activists remain at government plaza.
More than 23,000 tickets issued in statewide speeding crackdown
In July, 273 law enforcement agencies statewide worked together to crack down on speeders on Minnesota roadways. The result? According to KARE, a whopping 23,285 tickets were written.
Google provides a day of training to Minneapolis high school students
"We hope these students create the next Google," said one of the company's executives. The Google crew worked with 75 Minneapolis students who will be summer interns for Twin Cities businesses through the Step Up program. It was Google's first youth entrepreneurship summit.
'Letterman' winks at ND teen who whistles through eye
Sixteen-year-old Ashley Ellison flew to New York City with her parents for a taping of the "Late Show with David Letterman," along with five others who were vying to be on the late night TV show's Stupid Human Tricks segment that aired Tuesday night. But her eye-whistling bit didn't make the cut – the show chose to feature three others.
Minneapolis eyes shutdown of two downtown nightclubs
The City of Minneapolis is urging the shutdown of two Warehouse District clubs -- Envy and Bootleggers-- after city regulatory staff say they observed over-serving of alcohol, a rash of fights and marijuana smoking in the bathroom. The city says the proposed action is part of their crackdown on club crime.
State DWI crackdown kicks off Friday, runs through Labor Day
State officials aren't waiting until Labor Day weekend to encourage people to plan for a sober ride if they are drinking. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety said it will kick off its "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign Friday, which will run through Labor Day. The department said Thursday that 68 percent of fatal accidents last year involved drivers who had blood alcohol levels of at least .16 -- twice the legal limit for driving.
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