NASA has selected veteran astronaut Joe Acaba as chief of the Astronaut Office at the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. A decorated veteran of multiple spaceflights, as well a former U.S. Marine and former educator, Acaba is the first person of Hispanic heritage selected to lead the office.
Nine Texas individuals were arrested this week in Houston on criminal charges related to their alleged involvement in the unlawful distribution of 1.5 million opioid pills and other controlled substances.
DC is celebrating International Women’s Day, March 8, with eight variant covers honoring some of the most powerful women in the DC Universe.
The City’s Racial Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Department is hosting the inaugural “I Am My Ancestors Wildest Dreams Expo” Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Minneapolis Convention Center to celebrate Black History Month.
MINNEAPOLIS — All community members 5 and older who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine or a flu shot are invited to get a free vaccination during an event offered by the City of Minneapolis. The first event offers both COVID-19 and flu shots.
On behalf of President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris awarded former NASA astronauts Douglas Hurley and Robert Behnken the Congressional Space Medal of Honor Tuesday for their bravery in NASA’s SpaceX Demonstration Mission-2 (Demo-2) to the International Space Station in 2020.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) marked a “milestone” this month with the reopening of a larger Mill City Tavern in Terminal 1’s G Concourse. The full-service American bistro and bar has returned after a three-year hiatus next to gate G18. It’s the last of five new venues to open in the expanded G Concourse near the Terminal 1 skybridge to the C Concourse.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) surpassed 31.2 million total passengers in 2022, marking a 24% increase in passenger activity compared to 2021. MSP’s year-end passenger and operations report shows the airport is on a steady and promising recovery path after three years of impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Vikings on Monday announced the signing of defensive lineman Sheldon Day to a Reserve/Future Free Agent contract.
Four men who assaulted a Black DJ because of the man’s actual and perceived race at a bar in Lynnwood, Washington, were sentenced in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
The Community Connections Conference is planned for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 10. This yearly event brings together residents of Minneapolis, community groups, neighborhood groups and local government.
A federal grand jury in St. Paul returned an indictment yesterday charging a Minnesota man with assisting in the preparation of false income tax returns and wire fraud.
BLOOMINGTON — The Bloomington City Council voted to appoint Chao Moua to the vacant at-large council seat at its meeting on January 23. The vacancy was a result of Nathan Coulter’s resignation from his position after being elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives. Moua will be sworn in at the February 6 City Council meeting.
Round one of that showdown begins on Tuesday, February 14 with “Icon vs. Hardware no.1,” and DC’s got your first look at final covers and some great interior artwork.
HBO Max announces programming coming to the platform this month including the Oscar®-nominated film “Empire of Light” (2/7). The film, directed by Sam Mendes, is about the power of human connection during turbulent times. Hilary (Olivia Colman), a cinema manager struggling with depression, and Stephen (Micheal Ward), a new employee longing to escape the provincial town where he faces daily adversity find a sense of belonging and experience the healing power of music, cinema, and community.