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8811 Olson Memorial Hwy
Minneapolis, MN 55427   Directions

(763) 546-1111


Man accused of damaging Mpls. Police cars
09/23/2019 1:35pm

Police say he vandalized two squad cars parked in different spots downtown.

WEATHER: Warm and sunny with a light breeze
09/23/2019 12:45pm

Even though Monday is the first day of fall, temps will say summer for a few more days.

Sunday morning shooting in Mpls. becomes homicide
09/23/2019 11:07am

ShotSpotter technology notified Minneapolis Police just after 5:30 a.m. that gunfire had been detected on the 1800 block of Emerson Avenue North.

Former Archbishop Harry Flynn passes at 86
09/23/2019 10:56am

Flynn died Sunday night, and his passing was announced Monday by the Archdiocese on its website. No cause was given.

FBI aiding 'swatting' investigations in Princeton
09/23/2019 9:47am

Twice this month a 911 caller has reported shooting people, triggering a SWAT team response.


3415 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55114   Directions

(651) 646-5555



900 6th Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

(612) 455-6950


Nobles County receives second highest per capita unaccompanied minors in U.S.
09/23/2019 1:03pm

Plus: Texas jury awards Stanek $600k in suit against anti-Muslim speaker St. Paul authorities seek shut down of Midway BP former Twin Cities archbishop Harry Flynn dies pipes will no longer be sold at Pipestone National Monument and more.

More Minnesota students are getting extra time to take tests — especially in wealthy school districts
09/23/2019 11:39am

Critics say 504 plans can be misused to give students who are already at an advantage an even greater edge on things like standardized tests.

Sailing past goal, 182 members donate during fall drive
09/23/2019 9:48am

The goal was to inspire 150 new/renewing members during the drive, and when all was said and done, we heard from182 generous nonprofit news supporters.

Why Ukraine is particularly susceptible to corruption — and political pressure
09/23/2019 9:28am

The latest scandal isnt only about Trump. Ukraine has long been a piggy bank for other well-connected Americans.

On judges’ inclinations, Trump seems to have a point
09/23/2019 9:20am

Judicial rulings often do reflect the ideology and even partisan leanings of those who appoint them to the bench.

Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal
Minneapolis St Paul Business Journal

333 S 7th St
Minneapolis, MN 55402   Directions

(612) 288-2100


Wayfair CEO says he'd like prospective employees to be 'non-political'
09/23/2019 3:00pm

During a panel at Fairmont Copley Plaza on Thursday, Wayfair CEO Niraj Shah said that being non-political is one trait he looks for in prospective employees for the Boston-based online retailer.The remark came less than three months after hundreds of employees walked out in Copley Square to protest the companys NYSE: W sale of furniture to operators of migrant detention camps along the U.S. southern border. Shah had been asked what characteristics the company looks for most when bringing

Metro Transit may add bus line from Southdale to U of M
09/23/2019 2:46pm

Metro Transit planners are recommending a France Avenue route for the southern leg of the E Line, one of several bus rapid transit projects the transit agency has in queue.Tentatively scheduled to begin operation in 2024, the E Line would offer service every 10 minutes along a corridor that stretches from Southdale in Edina to the University of Minnesotas Minneapolis campus, following Hennepin Avenue through downtown and Uptown. It would substantially replace the service currently offered by

Flux Apartments in Uptown sold for $54M
09/23/2019 2:41pm

Flux Apartments, one of the early multifamily projects along the Midtown Greenway coming out of the recession, has sold to a Nuveen Investments, a Chicago-based subsidiary of TIAA.

Inno Under 25: Meet the top young innovators of the Twin Cities
09/23/2019 12:13pm

Editors note:This story came from our online sister publication, Minne Inno, which focuses on the Twin Cities startup scene. Want more stories about tech and innovation in the Minneapolis-St. Paul areaSubscribe to the Beat by Minne Inno,afreedaily email newsletter that breaks down everything you need to knowabout whats new in business the Twin Cities.From classrooms at the University of Minnesota, to the citys accelerator programs for budding entrepreneurs, there is evidence in

Meet The Kitchen, Entourage Events Group's new catering kitchen on wheels
09/23/2019 7:37am

The team at Entourage Events Group is pitching their new mobile kitchen as a game-changer for the events industry.At 53 feet in length, The Kitchen is a few steps beyond the typical food truck. The Minneapolis-based catering and events company refers to it as a mobile culinary concept, and it flips the catering formula on its head.Instead of preparing all the food for an event in advance and then reheating it on site, The Kitchen allows Entourage to roll a full-scale catering kitchen right

The Minnesota Daily
The Minnesota Daily

2221 University Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414   Directions

(612) 627-4080


The Star Tribune
The Star Tribune

650 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55488   Directions

(612) 673-4000


Former Gov. Arne Carlson blasts PolyMet process in Duluth
09/23/2019 3:33pm

The Republican governor says public hearings are needed on the proposed copper mine.

North Minneapolis metal shredder admits it altered pollution readings; must shut down facility by 6 p.m. Monday
09/23/2019 3:46pm

Northern Metal Recycling and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency have settled their lawsuit.

Police: Man throws electric scooter into Minneapolis squad car window, breaks mirror on another
09/23/2019 2:41pm

The two incidents occurred downtown witnesses helped police find the suspect.

Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Twin Cities Pioneer Press

10 River Park Plaza
Saint Paul, MN 55107   Directions

(651) 222-1111


Man revived after he stops breathing following weekend shooting in St. Paul
09/23/2019 3:22pm

A man stopped breathing after he was shot in St. Paul this weekend, though officers revived him, according to the police department. The 31-year-old was in critical but stable condition after the shooting in an apartment building parking lot on the East Side near the Hazel Park Recreation Center. Police responded to Hazel Street between

St. Paul’s Sunisa Lee and Isanti’s Grace McCallum named to U.S. Gymnastics World Championship roster
09/23/2019 3:10pm

Minnesota will be well-represented at next months gymnastics World Championships in Germany. Two Minnesotans, St. Pauls Sunisa Lee and Isantis Grace McCallum both 16-year-olds were named to the United States six-gymnast squad on Monday. The team is headlined by the sports superstar, Simone Biles. Lee trains at Midwest Gymnastics in Little Canada, McCallum

1 of 4 violins found after robbery at shop on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue
09/23/2019 3:08pm

One of four violins stolen from a St. Paul store this weekend was recovered when someone brought it in to a business to try to sell it, police said Monday. A man pepper-sprayed a 17-year-old employee at Fein Violins on Grand Avenue near Fairview Avenue, before getting away with the violins, about 1:15 p.m. Saturday.

Delicata Pizza closes; Foxtrot Burger Spot takes its place
09/23/2019 2:57pm

Delicata Pizza in St. Pauls Como neighborhood has transitioned into a burger joint called The Foxtrot Burger Spot. Owner Matty OReilly said Delicata closed during the State Fair, then rearranged a few things over the break. Apparently, that rearrangement resulted in reopening as an entirely new restaurant. The menu includes appetizers like cheese curds, onion

Gov. Walz administration declares Climate Week in Minnesota amid youth protests
09/23/2019 2:19pm

The Walz administration on Monday declared the week of Sept. 23-29 Climate Week in Minnesota in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of acting to mitigate the effects of climate change. The declaration comes days after young people around the world took to the streets for the Youth Climate Strike, a campaign to

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