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Additional Police in North, South Mpls. through Labor Day

The Minneapolis Police Department will increase the amount of police on duty in North Minneapolis and crime hot spots in South Minneapolis now through Labor Day. 

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North Mpls. Charter School Gets Upgrades During 'Annual Day of Volunteering'

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A group of volunteers will be working to improve a Twin Cities school that was badly damaged by a tornado three years ago.

About 100 employees from NorthMarq and Cushman & Wakefield will be painting, landscaping and organizing at Sojourner Truth Academy, a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade public charter school in North Minneapolis.

Shots Fired in Brooklyn Center SuperAmerica Parking Lot

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Brooklyn Center police are investigating after a report of shots fired overnight.

Police were called to the 1900 block of 57th Avenue North around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. When officers arrived, they say they found at least 18 shell casings in a SuperAmerica parking lot.

Minneapolis Police Shoot Dog During Unrelated Chase

A Minneapolis man is heartbroken after a Minneapolis police officer shot and killed his dog.

The owner, Paul Thomas Trott, is still looking for answers after he found his dog, Tito, shot to death in the alley behind his house.

"I've had him since he was six weeks old, and he was very close to me," Trott said.

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Plymouth to Host Groundbreaking Wednesday for I-494 Expansion Project

The City of Plymouth will host a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday on a 3-year project to ease traffic congestion on Interstate 494.

The section of the freeway from Highway 55 to the Fish Lake Interchange will be expanded to include three lanes.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation says in 2005, about 95,000 vehicles traveled I-494 in Plymouth daily.

Retail Exodus in Downtown Mpls. Continues Amid Residential Building Boom

In downtown Minneapolis, more people are moving in, but retailers are moving out.

Ann Taylor left in March. Saks Off Fifth is leaving in January. And this week, 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS learned Office Depot closes in September.

It begs the question: Why isn't the influx of new residents stopping the exodus of retailers from downtown?

Residents Sound off on Plan to Sell Academy of Holy Angels Front Lawn

Controversy continues to surround a money-making plan for the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield.