Sorry to be the bearer of more bad news (did you hear it’s going to snow again today?), but the late spring likely won’t have an impact on the size of this year’s mosquito population. Jim Stark, who directs the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District, said the mosquitoes will simply start showing up a little later Read more →
Archives for April 2013
For starters, Nicollet Mall has gone 23 years without a facelift; its sidewalk heating system doesn’t work anymore; and its granite pavers are too costly to repair and maintain. That’s according to a presentation given today to members of the Minneapolis City Council’s Transportation and Public Works Committee. The city is beginning the process of Read more →
MnDOT commits to women and minority owned firm for St. Croix project
Report says the Hennepin County veterans court is successful.
The city of St. Paul outlined some practical tips for residents if they spot a coyote. Coyotes sightings have recently increased and spring is the season when they are “most aggressive,” the city warned in a press release issued Friday. Here are the basic rules the city suggests for dealing with coyotes: 1. Don’t provide Read more →
Master falconer explains his attraction to a raptor named Nim.
Mayor R.T. Rybak predicts Minneapolis will swell by 65,000 people in the next 12 years, but the experts project more modest growth.
The suspect allegedly punched the officer in the face, leaving a mark, and spit at the officer’s partner.
Even the most enthusiastic winter lovers are getting a little tired of this… (Auto dealership on March 5, 2013, in Bloomington, Minn./AP photo) Here are are 10 things to look forward to as you wait out the coming storm…feel free to add to the list 1. That day it’s obvious spring has arrived (Lyndale Read more →
St. Paul rates the risk of tornadoes, floods, invasive species, infectious diseases and other hazards.