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Ticket details released for 5-week run of 'Hamilton' in Minneapolis
The tour of the production has been delayed twice due to the pandemic.
Minnesota Board of Pharmacy files lawsuit against 3 THC edible retailers
The board has received 46 complaints in the past four months regarding the products.
ATF now investigating fire at Lyndale Avenue apartment building
It was the second fire at a vacant building owned by the same landlord that was being used by squatters in the past few months.
Beloved restaurant in southeastern MN to close after 40 years
A final night of celebrations is scheduled for Dec. 17.
MN town shelves ordinance allowing residents to sue abortion providers
Attorney General Keith Ellison advised the town to not go forward with the ordinance.
Man shot dead inside Minneapolis tavern is identified
The suspect is being held on probable cause murder.
Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Strokes to play U.S. Bank Stadium in 2023
The Strokes will provide support along with King Princess.
Settlement reached between MOA, family of boy thrown from balcony
The boy suffered multiple injuries that required several surgeries.
Minneapolis bakery to close its doors after nearly 40 years in business
The Chinese restaurant will officially close on Dec. 31.
Rosemount High teacher brings 'Madness' to history
In a typical, unassuming classroom at Rosemount High School in the suburbs of Minneapolis, U.S. history teacher Josh Hoekstra had a novel idea about engaging his students in what has become high school seniors' worst subject: history. He made a March Madness-style tournament out of it, writes William Bennett, a former U.S. secretary of education and CNN contributor.
Maple Grove students hospitalized with burns suffered during class
Four students at Maple Grove Junior High were hospitalized Thursday morning after a failed science experiment involving flammable gas. The students suffered burns ranging from mild to severe.
Dinkytown turned Dumpytown: students leave mess during moving season
Residents in Dinkytown are fed up with the mess left behind each fall as students move in or out of homes near campus. Upset neighbors say the garbage piled high at the end of driveways and street corners is getting worse. The city says garbage crews have been working to clear garbage and warns residents that they will be billed for the extra cleanup.
U of M students rally for celebrity bus driver, the Jazz Man
A beloved bus driver got transferred off campus after reportedly giving a female passenger his number and offering to "talk jazz." Rob Thompson is well-known on campus for blasting jazz on his boombox and welcoming students aboard with "hey baby."
Rosemount man hopes his "HIRE ME" billboard makes an impression
Bennett Olson felt an electronic billboard was the most cost-effective way to promote his face, name and website to future employers. Olson paid $300 to be among a rotation of ads for 24 hours along Interstate 35W near downtown Minneapolis. He told the Rosemount TownPages he would like to have a job using technology.
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