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Cone Zone: More Delays for the West Metro This Weekend

It's another round of lane closures for drivers along Interstate 494 this weekend.

The southbound side of I-494 will be single lane in Maple Grove from Interstate 94 to Bass Lake Road starting at 6 p.m. Friday and lasting until 2 p.m. Sunday.

Mpls. Residents File Complaints after Damage Done During Improvement Project

People in one Minneapolis neighborhood say a sewer improvement project has them doing some improvements of their own, which they weren't anticipating.

A Tour of the New LifeSource Headquarters in Minneapolis

The non-profit LifeSource is about to open its brand new headquarters.

5 EYEWITNESS NEWS got a tour of the new building Thursday on West River Road in north Minneapolis. There is plenty of office space. It features an innovative clinical space, along with a tissue recovery suite and organ preservation room.

Protesters Plan for 'Anti-Redskins' Rally Before Nov. 2 Vikings Game

Claims of racism in professional sports are behind plans for a protest at a future Vikings game.

The Vikings will take on the Washington Redskins at TCF Bank Stadium on Nov. 2. But before the noon kickoff a group of protesters will host a rally called "No Honor in Racism."

Target Offers Free Shipping Starting Wednesday to Boost Holiday Sales

After a rough year for Target, from declining sales to last year's security breach, the Minnesota-based retailer announced a new marketing strategy to get back in the black this holiday shopping season.

On Wednesday, Target announced free shipping on all online orders now through Dec. 20. It's a part of the new CEO Brian Cornell's efforts to boost holiday sales.

Ethics Panel Debates Allegations Against Mpls. State Senator

A state ethics panel is trying to determine whether a Minnesota state senator abused his office and contributed to the waste of taxpayer money.

The Minnesota Senate's Ethics Subcommittee considered the allegations against Sen. Jeff Hayden, DFL-Minneapolis, for about three hours on Wednesday. The accused deputy majority leader vehemently denied the allegations.

MnDOT: Recent Truck, Bridge Collisions 'Cause or Concern'

MnDOT says so many trucks have hit bridges in the past month, they're starting an awareness campaign.

"When we have five of them get hit in a short period of time," explained MnDOT's Kevin Gutknecht, "it becomes a cause for concern."