The American Planning Association picked Rice Park as one of the country's 'Top 10 Great Public Spaces' for its simplicity and overall visual appeal.
Nicollet Mall's new Ties Lounge & Rooftop closes 'indefinitely'
The establishment aimed to reconnect the downtown community.
Man steals car with kids inside, father tracks them down using thief's vehicle
Police said no arrests have been made as of Thursday.
Chinese restaurant closing after 50 years in Columbia Heights
The beloved family-owned restaurant will close Dec. 24.
Kris Laudien leaving KARE 11 after four years on 'Sunrise'
KARE 11 announced the appointment of Jason Hackett to the morning show this week.
MN's COVID update for the week ending Tuesday, Nov. 29
There are now more than 570 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Minnesota.
Twin Cities nurses to strike for 20 days starting Dec. 11
A strike in Duluth and Two Harbors doesn't have an end date set.
New owners to take over long-running Ely radio station
WELY will go off the air temporarily starting Thursday, pending the sale.
Minneapolis man gets 10 years for death threats against Hennepin Co. employees
Peter Robert Berry, 60, was sentenced in U.S. District Court Wednesday.
Rural MN town to consider ordinance allowing lawsuits against abortion providers
Attorney General Keith Ellison said the ordinance would violate the state constitution.
Hope Breakfast Bar owners plan new location in Eagan
The Eagan restaurant plans feature an outdoor patio.
Court approves $600K payment to protesters, restrictions on Minneapolis police
Each of the 12 protesters will receive $50,000 as a result.
15,000 Minnesota nurses vote in favor of second strike
The vote on Wednesday needed at least two-thirds of members' support to pass.
Minnesota native, national parks chief, Smithsonian director, dies at 85
Roger Kennedy, who rose from his family's St. Paul sporting goods store to head the National Park Service under President Bill Clinton, died at 82. Kennedy developed a love for the outdoors in Minnesota, guiding canoe trips. He also later became a studied preservationist, directing the American history section of the Smithsonian Institution. He once ran for Congress against Eugene McCarthy.
St. Louis Park nightclub nominated for Country Music Award
Toby Keith's I love This Bar in St. Louis Park is among five other nominees for the Academy of Country Music Awards' Nightclub of the Year. The bar opened in the Twin Cities suburb about a year and a half ago.
June floods left little for wild rice harvest
Wild rice growers on the Fond Du Lac Reservation say June floods devastated aquatic life in several lakes where fall harvests typically reap several thousand pounds of wild rice, which is used at community events, funerals and the school, WDIO reports. It was the first time in 13 years that there was no harvest, a natural resources program manager says.
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