The City of Minneapolis has planned a series of community-wide discussions for next month to discuss a future building for the Police Department’s 3rd Precinct, which was damaged during the civil unrest and civil protests following the 2020 murder of George Floyd.More
The cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are lifting Winter Parking Restrictions effective 8 a.m. tomorrow, March 29.
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) marked a major milestone over the weekend as Delta Air Lines resumed daily, nonstop service to Japan’s Tokyo-Haneda Airport (HND).
Perhaps you’ve heard or read somewhere that Minneapolis is “a ghost town” or that “it’s overrun.” Either way, there has been a lot of fussing about Minneapolis. Starting today, Meet Minneapolis invites travelers to “See What All the Fuss Is About” through its new tourism campaign.
From April 21 to 23, the Minnesota Orchestra will conclude the 2022-23 season’s popular U.S. Bank Movies & Music series with the 2015 film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in concert.
The Guthrie Theater will be hosting the Diamond Jubilee 60th Anniversary Gala on Thursday, May 11, with an evening of music and merriment celebrating the theater’s legacy of artistic excellence.
SAINT PAUL — On March 15, 2023, the Saint Paul City Council approved using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for the Ashland Apartments, a supportive housing development by RS EDEN for extremely low-income residents.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s (Mia) Art in Bloom, an annual celebration featuring imaginative floral interpretations of selected works of art from Mia’s permanent collection, is returning for its 39th year April 27 – April 30, 2023.
The City of Minneapolis is now reviewing applications for the new 15-member Community Commission on Police Oversight. The City has received over 160 applications for the commission, which will convene for the first time in late April.
The 2023 Minneapolis Arbor Day Celebration will be bringing Minneapolitans an entertaining evening in appreciation of trees to Windom Northeast Park on Friday, April 28, 4-8 pm.
In celebration of Reading Month, Governor Tim Walz today unveiled the first ever Little Free Library in the State Capitol.
At approximately 9 p.m., officers were called to a residence on the report of a stabbing. When officers arrived, they located an adult female who was suffering from apparent stab wounds to her upper body.
Some of the busiest days of the year for Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) are expected over the next six weeks during the spring break travel season.
SAINT PAUL — Saint Paul police are investigating a shooting that resulted in the death of a pregnant 21-year-old female. Just before 5 p.m. on March 13, officers were called to Regions Hospital on a report of a female victim with a gunshot injury to her head who was brought to the emergency room in a private vehicle.
SAINT PAUL — Today, Mayor Carter and Fire Chief Inks announced that the Saint Paul Fire Department is embracing green energy to fight fires, becoming the first fire service in Minnesota to purchase an electric fire truck.
Combining portrait photography, video, and sculpture, the exhibition examines the pressure many men feel to achieve a sculpted, perfect body. Though today’s post-Internet world offers numerous expressions of gender and desire, the reality of social media is the hyper-comparison and competition between bodies, adding to longstanding tensions around the ideal figure.