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NE Minneapolis Street to Shut Down for Cyclists Sunday

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A major street in Northeast Minneapolis will be shut down on Sunday for bicycling.  Opens Streets Minneapolis runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 28th.  The closure is in effect from 26th Avenue and 18 1/2 Avenue in the Northeast Neighborhood.

The event allows bicyclists to enjoy the streets to themselves for a short time.

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Obama Approves Disaster Aid for June Storms

President Obama signed a disaster declaration Thursday, with Hennepin County and its cities eligible for funds.

6 Injured in Metro Transit Bus Crash Near Lake Calhoun

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Five passengers and a driver were injured after a Metro Transit bus crash Friday morning.

Authorities say the Route 17 bus driver became unconscious while driving on Lake Street near Excelsior Boulevard in South Minneapolis.

Committee Approves Vikings Stadium Design, Tailgate Zone

The Vikings' future home took a step toward reality Thursday.

The Stadium Implementation Committee approved the stadium design and expanding the tailgate zone.

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Electronic Pull Tabs Still Aren't Catching on in Minn.

New electronic pull tab numbers for June show the new form of charitable gaming is not catching on as hoped.

The Minnesota Gambling Control Board released numbers that show only about 300 out of possible 2,800 charitable gaming sites have installed electronic pull tabs across the state.

Rybak to Marry 42 Same-Sex Couples at City Hall

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Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is preparing to play the role of a midnight wedding officiant.

He’ll preside over 42 same-sex weddings beginning at midnight next Thursday, which is the first day same-sex couples will be allowed to get married in Minnesota.

The weddings will take place in the City Hall Rotunda.

Light Rail Tests Central Corridor Green Line

The first light rail train to run on its own power started moving on the Central Corridor Green Line Thursday to test it out.

The Green Line will eventually link downtown St. Paul and downtown Minneapolis along Washington and University Avenues.