MnDOT wants to hear from cyclists.
Archives for August 2012
A Minneapolis business called Community Bees on Bikes educates the community about the lives of bees in an urban environment.
More public bathrooms are the obvious but also expensive solution.
City Council Member Gary Schiff spotted Minneapolis squad car 420, a number which has a second meaning for marijuana users.
Prosecutors say two men broke into an employee safe at the Minnesota State Fair and stole about $24,000 on Saturday.
Starting next week, North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park will offer its students something new: free food. The idea for the Food Cupboard came from two students who conducted an informal survey as part of a class project, said Service Learning Director Troy Nellis, who will run the food shelf. “They found that there Read more →
Crop artists speak out on marriage and voter ID amendments – while a lemonade stand employee brags on Twitter about spitting in the drink of a marriage amendment supporter.
Major League Baseball Commissioner will descend on Minneapolis Wednesday to make the announcement.
A single dad responds to Ramsey County’s efforts to enlist hotels on the front lines of fighting child sex trafficking.
Law enforcement is enlisting the eyes and ears of hotel employees to help put a stop to the sex trafficking of children.