Minneapolis police say copper thieves are now breaking into commercial air conditioners in Minneapolis to snag tens or even hundreds of feet of copper coil.
Archives for January 2012
As a proposed replacement bridge over the St. Croix River moves forward in Washington, MnDOT plans work on the existing span.
An intrepid reporter tries his hand at redrawing the Minneapolis ward boundaries. Eventually, he succeeds.
“Taking Steps Together,” a program at HCMC helps families trying to fight obesity.
Alex Jackson, Minneapolis’ first African American fire chief, steps down.
Almost three dozen Senate and House lawmakers got As. More than a dozen earned Fs, and Gov. Dayton received a grade of B-minus for efforts to advance racial equity last year.
A reporter’s tour to the University of Minnesota’s Visible Heart Lab.
A recent batch of barbs from some thinkers and from Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak cite the skyway system as the reason the city’s storefronts and sidewalks are so blah and devoid of people.
A St. Paul firm is poised to receive a $1.2 million grant to better market Central Corridor businesses during construction.
Quantell Braxton would have been 15 years old today.