The opening day festivities kick off at noon with a rally in the IDS center's Crystal Court. Gates at the ballpark open at 1 p.m.
A trove of census records released offers a detailed picture of how Americans lived during the Great Depression. The survey shows how much has changed over the decades, and the history of one north Minneapolis neighborhood.
High demand for access to newly released personal data from the 1940 Census is causing a slowdown on the host website, according to officials at the National Archives.
Minneapolis police say the early spring is helping to fuel an uptick in reported incidents of violent crime throughout the city.
The Hennepin County Attorney's office today filed a felony drug possession charge against a Minneapolis firefighter.
Some Minneapolis cab drivers say incidents of violence have left them feeling scared. Last week a driver was shot and killed. Another this week was beaten and robbed at gunpoint.
After nearly 10 months, Brett Buckner is finally moving back into his recently repaired house -- but without his elderly mother who recently passed away.
Hennepin County commissioners voted Tuesday to add temporary weapons screening stations at three suburban court facilities, and to study the implication of closing the county's courthouse in Edina.
Amy Senser pleaded not guilty to two charges of criminal vehicular homicide Friday morning in Hennepin County District Court.
The plan would close one suburban courthouse and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on temporary security measures at the others.
Last week, a metal plate connecting a pair of cables to the bridge broke and fell. The city closed the bridge after engineers found another damaged plate nearby. Now they say two more plates are cracked and need repair.
Minneapolis City Council member Don Samuels is the latest elected official to announce his intention to run to replace Hennepin County Commissioner Mark Stenglein, who is resigning at the end of May.
The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday morning to apply for a federal grant of just more than $1 million that will be used to rehire six recently laid-off firefighters.
With most of Minneapolis's police force just a few years away from retirement eligibility, it could leave the state's largest city with a shortage of officers by the end of this year.
A pair of cable supports on the Martin Olav Sabo Bridge failed late Sunday, forcing Minneapolis city officials to close the span for repairs and reroute traffic on Hiawatha Avenue.