Hennepin County prosecutors on Tuesday charged a 16-year-old boy in the shooting death of another teenager in Minneapolis last week.
The fire that destroyed the Walker Community United Methodist Church in Minneapolis disrupted the work of several nonprofit groups that had office space in the building. Some of them blame the city for not allowing them to recover their belongings, and for "botching" the investigation into the cause of the fire.
A Hennepin County judge has denied Amy Senser's request for a new trial in her hit-and-run case.
Civil rights leader and former U.S. ambassador Andrew Young will be on hand to deliver the keynote speech.
All but one of the firefighters injured in a weekend church fire have been released from Hennepin County Medical Center.
Minneapolis city officials say a national girls' volleyball tournament scheduled for 2014 will generate $60 million in economic activity across the metropolitan area.
Local and state elected officials marked the one-year anniversary of the Minneapolis tornado Tuesday morning by remembering two men who died as a result of the storm.
MPR reporter Brandt Williams shares some of his observations on the one-year anniversary of the north Minneapolis tornado, and how the recovery has gone so far.
Compare photos of north Minneapolis taken before and after cleanup of the 2011 tornado.
Amy Senser is appealing her conviction on vehicular homicide charges. Her attorney filed the appeal today in Hennepin County District Court. Senser, the wife of former Viking Joe Senser, was convicted two weeks ago.
The Sabo bridge may be open to pedestrian and bike traffic starting June 4.
Authorities have charged a suspect in last month's triple murder at a daycare in suburban Minneapolis.
Some members of the Minneapolis City Council who support the Vikings stadium bill say they have not seen any changes to the original bill that would cause them to switch their vote.
Four decades ago, cities across the country were being forced by the courts to desegregate their schools through busing. At the same time, a group of parents in south Minneapolis, some black, some white, persuaded the city's school board to voluntarily bus students between two schools to make both schools more diverse.
MPR reporter Brandt Williams was one of the thousands of students in the mid-1970s who participated in the Hale/Field pairing in an attempt to make schools more racially diverse.