Students had to earn WE Day tickets. Read more →
Lavelle Bible, the Minneapolis man who tried to sue the state after he was imprisoned for three years longer than his 2004 criminal sexual conduct convictions allowed for, is in the Hennepin County jail on a felony first degree burglary charge. Read more →
The city has now added zombies to the list of reasons for road closures.
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An actual fire broke out in Minneapolis City Hall Tuesday, one day after city employees say they practiced for such an event with a fire drill. Read more →
The popular bicycle sharing service Nice Ride Minnesota is rolling out the first automatic key dispenser in the world. It’s installed on Nicollet Mall, outside the Hyatt Hotel. Read more →
The city of St. Paul is hoping the private sector will have new ideas improving one of its most basic public services: snow plowing.
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A Minneapolis City Council panel is recommending the city scrap a long-standing requirement that bars and restaurants have designated men’s and women’s restrooms. Read more →
An electrical problem is causing delays on the Green Line this afternoon, Metro Transit officials said. The agency is replacing train service with buses between the Downtown East and Raymond Avenue light rail stops. The problem is a broken pantograph, which connects the train to the overhead power lines, according to Metro Transit spokesman Bruce Read more →
A Como Zoo zebra named Thelma gave birth to a baby boy over the weekend. Zookeepers found him Sunday morning when they arrived at work. Read more →
The folks at World Street Kitchen want you to track down the graffiti tagger BUMR. Badly. And they’re offering a once-in-a-lifetime reward. URGENT: Please help us identify this vandal. Reward, A LIFE TIME OF BURRITOS. (This is not a joke) pic.twitter.com/N956zGwk4J — World Street Kitchen (@eatwsk1) September 5, 2014 “We really want to get this Read more →