Curtis Gilbert Feature Archive

A Metropolitan Council committee will consider on Monday whether to recommend a half-million-dollar grant to clean up a polluted industrial site where the Surly Brewing Co. wants to build a new facility. (12/16/2012)
Minneapolis police have arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 33-year-old woman Saturday near Powderhorn Park. (12/13/2012)
The $500 million St. Paul city budget approved Wednesday includes a $1 million to improve the police department's troubled crime lab and $700,000 to hire additional food inspectors. (12/13/2012)
Minneapolis police are searching for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a woman near Powderhorn Park early Saturday morning. (12/12/2012)
The Minnesota Department of Transportation says 80 percent of the metro highway system is clear, but many local streets and arterial roads remain caked with ice, making driving conditions difficult. (12/11/2012)
He turned the switches and knobs to 'on,' but the problem wasn't that simple. (12/11/2012)
Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesota politicians should be allowed to accept larger campaign contributions. (12/10/2012)
In an emotional and historic contest, Minnesota voters defeated the constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage on Tuesday, striking a blow to same-sex marriage opponents who had succeeded in passing ballot measures in 30 other states. (11/07/2012)
On Nov. 6, Minnesotans will vote on whether to amend the state constitution to require a photo ID to vote. The proposed amendment would change how future Minnesota elections work and create several new requirements. (10/16/2012)
On Nov. 6, Minnesotans will vote on whether to amend the state constitution to require a photo ID to vote. The proposed amendment would change how future Minnesota elections work and create several new requirements. (10/16/2012)
In contrast with recent years, many Minnesota homeowners will see smaller property tax bills in 2013. But not because of a change in state policy or newfound efficiency in local governments, it's because the property tax burden is shifting onto farms and businesses. (10/03/2012)
A Minneapolis City Council committee has voted to allow the demolition of a 54-year-old elementary school on the city's north side. (09/27/2012)
The Minneapolis City Council has approved a plan to add two exit ramps and a bus rapid transit station to Interstate 35W at Lake Street. (09/25/2012)
A closer look at the math casts doubt on the city's claims about the economic impact of the Minnesota Wild, which has already seen two preseason home games canceled because of a contract dispute between its league and its players' union. (09/20/2012)
Clergy from a variety of Christian denominations gathered at the State Capitol today to voice their support for a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage. (09/18/2012)