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Kenilworth Residents Want Environmental Review for SWLRT Project

There could be another hold up on the Southwest Light Rail Line project.

On Monday, a group of residents from Minneapolis' Kenilworth neighborhood asked the federal government to withhold funding until an environmental review can be completed.

The controversial light rail line would be an extension of the new Green Line, running to the west metro from Minneapolis.

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Duluth Dips into Dunkin' Donuts; Event in Edina for Potential Franchisees

A revered doughnut shop is back in Minnesota after a 10-year hiatus - but even with franchises in two cities, it might take you awhile to get there.

Dunkin' Donuts will open in the Duluth area, with seven locations in the works, the national restaurant chain announced Monday.

Charity Golf Tournament in Maple Grove Giving Away BMW

A local event is giving Twin Cities residents a chance to win a car and promote education at the same time.

The Imara International Charity Golf Tournament will take place Monday at Rush Creek Golf Course on County Road 101.

Minneapolis City Leaders Appeal for Calm after Arrest of Activist Al Flowers

The arrest of a longtime activist in Minneapolis is raising alarm.

On Sunday, the chief of police and mayor appealed to folks in the city to remain calm while an investigation is carried out.

Al Flowers is outspoken within the black community, and has a history of suing the city.

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Cyclists, Walkers Take over Part of Central Ave. During 'Open Streets' Event

Cyclists could ride right down a busy Northeast Minneapolis street Sunday. They were free to do it as part of the latest "Open Streets" event.

Blocks of Central Avenue were closed off for walkers and bike riders to mingle, shop, eat, and enjoy the absence of cars.

Man Shot to Death after Argument on Mpls. Bus Identified

The man who was killed after a shooting that police say stemmed from an argument on a bus in Minneapolis has been identified.

The shooting happened Thursday evening around 7 p.m. in a parking lot of the Penn Gas Stop on the 2600 block of Penn Avenue North.

Cone Zone: Construction Projects Kicking Off This Week

There are a number of construction projects kicking off this week and many of them will have a major impact on your drive.

Highway 169 Southbound is reopening in Edina. The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the roadway will open from Highway 62 to Valleyview Road early Monday morning.