The Anoka County attorney's office has increased the charge against 47-year-old David Clifford from third-degree to first-degree assault.
Peavey Plaza in downtown Minneapolis was closed Tuesday morning so city workers could clean up after groups of homeless people who've been sleeping in the plaza for the last few months.
The Minnesota Gambling Control Board today voted to grant a license to a Las Vegas-based company that will provide electronic pull-tab devices to bars and restaurants.
Too often, police say, citizens don't come forward to help solve murders. And that is one reason why Minneapolis' rate of unsolved homicides is higher than several other cities its size. Sixty-three homicide cases have gone unsolved in the past five years.
Senser, the wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser, was convicted in May of two felony counts of criminal vehicular homicide.
Two juveniles have been charged in a Minneapolis shooting that killed a 5-year-old boy who had been sleeping on his grandmother's couch.
A new report recommends that a cable damping system be installed on the Sabo bike and pedestrian bridge in Minneapolis to prevent further damage.
Authorities say the child, who was 5 years old, was sleeping on a couch when he was hit about 8:30 a.m.
Theng Yang was in his front yard when St. Paul police officers stopped and searched him and found the weapon.
Representatives of the Minneapolis Fire Department who responded to a church fire last month spoke at a hearing to discuss how state funding cuts pose a safety risk to firefighters and the public.
An armed robbery attempt in the bathroom of a Minneapolis library has left a patron paralyzed.
Over the last several years, Minneapolis firefighter injuries have been rising as the number of firefighters has been shrinking.
The Target Center will begin hosting a series of collegiate hockey championship games starting in 2014.
Vibrating cables caused steel plates on the Sabo pedestrian and bike bridge in Minneapolis to fracture, an engineering firm that studied the damage said Friday.
Minneapolis police officials on Wednesday
announced the kick-off of the department's summer crime-fighting collaboration for downtown.