A Hennepin County program that collects unwanted medication received 6,700 pounds of medicine in its first year.
Archives for March 2013
The Bloomington-based charity takes tables, sofas, chairs, lamps and other stuff, and gives them to poor people.
Minneapolis police spokesman Sgt. Stephen McCarty says it is not unusual for criminal offenders to post pictures of themselves with guns or engaging in other illegal activity.
A request to boost the budget for this year’s Minneapolis election has received a thumbs-down from the city’s finance department.
City buildings in Minneapolis and St. Paul will go dark for an hour on Earth Day as part of a global climate change event.
Minneapolis City Council Member Diane Hofstede and her challenger, attorney Jacob Frey, face off in their only scheduled debate before DFLers decide which of them — if either — to endorse.
MPD stats show six violent crimes reported downtown during one week in March – a 70 percent drop from last year.
A taste of the tropics in Minnesota.
A new national study shows the pool of future teachers remains predominantly white.
An endangered African Penguin chick was born at the zoo March 2.