Tim Nelson Feature Archive

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)
Those who don't want to drive can take a free ride on public transit -- all Metro Transit rides will be free from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. (03/17/2015)
MLS Commissioner Don Garber confirmed that the league is discussing awarding a franchise to former United Health CEO Bill McGuire, who owns the minor league Minnesota United team. (03/16/2015)
Tuesday's celebration marks the first year there will be free light rail service to St. Paul, where some of Minnesota's biggest St. Patrick's Day celebrations happen every year. (03/16/2015)
Chanhassen-based Life Time valued the deal at more than $4 billion. (03/16/2015)
The State Patrol said that Kyle Day, 28, was hit on northbound I-94 shortly after 3 a.m. by an SUV. (03/13/2015)
However, newly released statistics also show an increase in motor vehicle thefts and commercial burglaries. (03/12/2015)
The retail giant announced 1,700 layoffs, mostly from its Minneapolis headquarters. It also permanently closed 1,400 open positions. (03/10/2015)
Catholic Charities' Higher Ground shelter and Simpson Housing Services will stay open an extra three hours. (03/06/2015)
The sheriff's office says it may be the first instance of someone saved by a Narcan dose administered by police in Minnesota. (03/06/2015)
Since 2010, Minnesota has cut the number of homeless veterans nearly in half to about 320. Veterans Affairs officials want people to call if they know a vet who needs help. (03/06/2015)