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New Mpls. Grocery Store Opens with 'Roaring Twenties' Theme

A new style of grocery store opened Monday on East Lake Street in Minneapolis.

The store, Longfellow Market, allows you to take a step back 90 years and experience that old-time feeling when all your neighbors shopped at the same store, and the shopkeeper knew your name.

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DNR: Winter Blamed for Hundreds of Dead Fish at Minn. Lake

Neighbors are complaining of a rotten fish smell after hundreds of fish were found dead at Rice Lake near Maple Grove.

Bob Beck, who lives on Rice Lake, tells KSTP the smell of dead fish started roughly two weeks ago. "Going all the way around the lake there's hundreds and hundreds of dead fish in there, most of them small," he said.

Car Swerves after Gunfire, Hits North Mpls. Power Pole

A car swerved after the sound of gunfire, crashing into a power pole in North Minneapolis on Monday.

According to John Elder with the Minneapolis Police Department, the driver crashed when the car was shot at in the area of Queen Avenue North and Golden Valley Road.

The driver was not shot or injured in the incident.

Church Expert: Recommendations Could Mean Shift in Culture of the Archdiocese

An independent task force reveals there have been some "serious shortcomings" in the way the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has handled sex abuse cases. The task force has recommended several changes, many of which give laypeople more power.

One church expert says that could signify a significant shift in the institutional culture of the church.

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The Lexington on Grand Avenue Gets a Makeover

Some big names in the Twin Cities restaurant scene are ready to do business on Grand Avenue in St. Paul.

The Lexington is getting a remodel. The owners of Smack Shack and the former executive chef from Butcher and the Boar bought the old St. Paul supper club.

The new owners will keep the same name but plan a major renovation, which could include a rooftop patio.

Bike Lanes in Downtown Mpls. Impacted by Construction

Bicyclists who travel through certain intersections on LaSalle Avenue in downtown Minneapolis will be impacted by construction work going on in the area.

The bike lanes on LaSalle's cross streets will become shared lanes with other traffic while utility work takes place between 8th and 12th streets, the city said.

Grant for New, Expectant Fathers Approved by Mpls. Committee

There's new help on the way to Minneapolis for fathers in need of support.

On Monday, the Minneapolis Health, Environment and Community Engagement Committee voted to accept an $870,000 federal grant to study the benefits of more support for expectant and new dads.