Tim Nelson Feature Archive

The city will host the Final Four for the third time, the first in its new $1 billion stadium. The finals are expected to draw millions of dollars in tourist and fan spending. (11/14/2014)
The semi tipped over in the early morning and blocked traffic for hours. By late morning, both lanes of westbound I-94 were reopened, the State Patrol said. (11/14/2014)
The insulation fire started on the eighth floor of the historic Ceresota Flour building and was put out quickly, officials said. (11/13/2014)
Getting around during Monday's snowstorm wasn't just tough on the roads. Accessing the state's road conditions website was also slow going. (11/12/2014)
Minnesota has about a month left to pick two manufacturers from the dozen that submitted formal applications last month to supply medical marijuana. (11/06/2014)
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tried to slip a little secret cheer for his favorite NFL team into the new Vikings stadium, but it didn't work. (11/03/2014)
The St. Paul native, baseball coach and Hall of Famer had been widely expected to replace fired manager Ron Gardenhire. (11/03/2014)
Target, Wal-Mart and other retail giants are pushing the holiday shopping season even earlier this year. (10/31/2014)
A group led by ex-UnitedHealth Group CEO Bill McGuire is intensifying the competition with the Minnesota Vikings to win a Major League Soccer franchise in Minneapolis. (10/30/2014)
The Nigerian government isn't releasing a death certificate for Patrick Sawyer, one of the first Americans to die of Ebola. And that's a problem for his family in Minnesota. (10/23/2014)
The pedestrian was walking in an area not meant for pedestrians at about 6:30 p.m. when he was hit. (10/23/2014)
Fire stations remain at the front line of the battle against the disease. (10/21/2014)
Investigations continue on three open cases, including one involving former priest Curtis Wehmeyer and another tied to Archbishop John Nienstedt, County Attorney John Choi said. (10/17/2014)
The first lady will rally in Minneapolis with DFL U.S. Sen. Al Franken and DFL Gov. Mark Dayton at Patrick Henry High School. (10/17/2014)
Michelle Larson has already been called a lot of things: Captain Cannabis. Mary Jane. The pot czar. But she takes her job seriously. (10/16/2014)