Tim Nelson Feature Archive

Sunday marks the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, and the Cathedral is marking the occasion by opening of a year of celebration for one of Minnesota's most iconic buildings. (01/24/2015)
The baby orangutan was born by cesarean section on Jan. 7 and stayed briefly at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center's ICU. (01/23/2015)
A woman called police to report a break-in. She said the intruder was fighting her boyfriend in the kitchen. (01/22/2015)
The three-day Crashed Ice stunt race draws huge crowds, publicity and dollars to St. Paul. It returns again Thursday. Try to stay upright. (01/21/2015)
Bird advocates have cited a much smaller figure -- around $1 million -- for the cost of "fritted" glass. (01/16/2015)
Police say a man was fatally shot after an encounter with officers in Bloomington. (01/16/2015)
With its expansion plans in tatters, the Minneapolis-based retail giant will close its 133 Canadian stores. Some 600 Twin Cities jobs are tied to Target's Canada operations. (01/15/2015)
The St. Paul Public Works Department is asking residents to move their cars off of streets to accommodate snow cleanup. (01/15/2015)
Vikings owners plan to purchase as many as 100 original works of art to place all over the new Minneapolis stadium, not just in luxury boxes. (01/14/2015)
North Star Bicycle Festival organizers say that since losing their main sponsor, the race isn't financially sustainable. (01/14/2015)
Police said the shooting occurred when officers responded to a report that a man had threatened a woman via cell phone. The St. Paul NAACP called for an independent investigation. (01/14/2015)
Officials are urging Minnesotans to check their carbon monoxide detectors following the deaths of two women in Lindstrom. (01/13/2015)
One person died and a firefighter was injured in a pair of overnight fires in Minneapolis. Both fires are under investigation. (01/13/2015)
Authorities found extreme levels of carbon monoxide in the home, and that the furnace had stopped. The furnace exhaust pipe was also blocked by ice and soot. (01/13/2015)
Ramsey County has earmarked $1.7 million for a new service center that will be part of the Dorothy Day Center's new downtown homeless shelter. (01/12/2015)