The rest of the country just wouldn't understand.
"It's great out here, we love it," one player tells KSTP at the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships in Minneapolis as he skated by.
Minneapolis police have found an 80-year-old woman, who went missing and suffers from dementia.
Ann Theresa Lindholm was found safe. She was last seen around 3:30 a.m. Saturday. She's an avid walker and police thought she was far away from her home.
The Metrodome roof is starting to become a thing of the past on Saturday.
Demolition crews say the snow will help the deflation process.
"We are not encouraging a lot of people to come down here," says Michele Kelm-Helgen, the chairwoman of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority.
A heavily traveled street dividing Edina and Minneapolis has residents who live nearby complaining.
Those who reside on either side of Xerxes Avenue South say it's not safe as some drivers are speeding down the narrow road.
Now, Hennepin County is testing a temporary fix.
Plymouth residents and the non-profit organization, Vested Interest in K-9’s Inc., donated a protective vest for the Plymouth Police Department’s K9 Unit making it the third they have received.
Testing for a toxic vapor known as TCE is complete in more than two-thirds of the homes in the Como neighborhood in southeast Minneapolis.
General Mills dumped the chemical there decades ago and is now working to fix the problem.
A Hennepin County judge has ordered activists suing the city of Minneapolis over a proposed downtown park to post a $10 million surety bond.
The Star Tribune reports Judge Mel Dickstein said Friday the plaintiffs must post the bond before next Thursday.
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