Tim Nelson Feature Archive

The Monday morning blaze forced some 911 dispatchers away from their posts and set off sprinklers in a police department evidence storage area. (04/13/2015)
Big construction projects are getting underway this weekend that will close some parts of major freeways in the Twin Cities. (04/10/2015)
Minnesota United's MLS franchise is contingent on building a new outdoor stadium. (04/10/2015)
Prosecutors say Andrew Scott Hasty sent sexually suggestive texts to the teen he met through a local theater group. The Shakopee school district says Hasty has been put on leave. (04/09/2015)
The tougher regulations are needed to keep the walleye harvest at a safe level, state officials said Wednesday. Walleye numbers in Mille Lacs are at a 40-year low. (04/08/2015)
Police said she was wearing a helmet but that it apparently wasn't enough to protect her. (04/08/2015)
A consultant looked at salaries and found what appeared to be a case of gender inequity. (03/27/2015)
The stadium now has a projected cost of $1.061 billion, up from an initial $975 million estimate. (03/26/2015)
Minnesotans may be cheering the news now that outdoor soccer is coming to Minneapolis. But will they do the same in November? Backers say yes. (03/26/2015)
The first Little Free Library went up in 2010 on a Hudson, Wis., street. What began with the remnants of a discarded garage door has become a worldwide phenomenon. (03/26/2015)
The franchise was awarded to investors led by Bill McGuire, who owns a minor league soccer team. (03/25/2015)
U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said Thursday the indictment charges the five with conspiring to distribute synthetic cannabinoids. (03/20/2015)
Somali students walked out of St. Cloud Technical High School Wednesday after a posting on social media that showed a Somali student in a wheelchair, captioned with a reference to ISIS. (03/19/2015)
Minneapolis Public Schools officials say no injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (03/19/2015)
After decades of debate, years of planning and two construction seasons, the new bridge planned near Stillwater is about to start crossing the St. Croix River. (03/17/2015)