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Cost for Decorative Street Lights will be Dispersed

The city of Minneapolis has completely changed its street lighting policy, and it will save some taxpayers millions of dollars immediately. 

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Minnesotans Reach Out to Tornado Victims in Oklahoma

Hearts, minds and wallets across Minnesota are focused on supporting victims of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.

On Friday, two Minnesota volunteers with the Salvation Army will begin a two week trip to offer emotional and spiritual support.

Hennepin Prepares Gender-Neutral Marriage Licenses

Same sex couples in Minnesota will begin applying for marriage licenses next week.

This comes after Governor Dayton signed a bill May 14 allowing gay couples to marry.

Hennepin County service centers will start accepting licenses on June 6.

Richfield Liquor Celebrates Grand Re-Opening of Lyndale Ave. Store

Richfield Liquor will celebrate the grand re-opening of its store at 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. this Friday and Saturday.

The store will host a wine tasting on Friday from 4-8 p.m. Saturday's events include a craft beer tasting from 1-4 p.m. and an appearance by KQRS personality Terri Traen from 2-4 p.m.

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Nice Ride Minnesota Adds 24 New Stations

Leon Webster has been a bicycle commuter for 25 years. He says Nice Ride keeps him fit but also helps him in business.

"I have had business colleagues come to town and after work we go out, rent a bike and we go for a little ride," Webster said.

Tips: Get the Best Ballpark Deals

Going to a baseball game can get expensive.

A day at Target Field for a family of four costs an average of $221 this year, according to the Annual National Fan Cost Index. That's similar to the national average and includes four tickets, two beers, two soft drinks, parking and souvenirs.

Watch the video box above for tips on how to save money at the stadium.

Crime Alert: Robbers May be Targeting Prospect Park Neighborhood

Minneapolis Police have issued a crime alert after robbers have appeared to be targeting people in Prospect Park.

Police say there were two separate robberies last Sunday. One was at St. Mary's Avenue and Williams Avenue around 11:30 p.m. Ten minutes later, another robbery occurred at 27th Avenue and River Parkway.