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Electrical Contractors Accused of Stealing $250K from Workers' Wages

Two electrical contractors are accused of taking $250,000 that should have gone to their workers.

The Hennepin County Attorney has charged Robert Clifton and his partner Earl Standafer with theft by swindle.

5 Counties Urge Met Council to Reconsider 2040 Transportation Plan

Commissioners representing five Twin Cities metro counties expressed their concerns about the Metropolitan Council’s policy plans at a meeting Monday night.

More than 25 county commissioners and administrators met with Met Council members at Thompson County Park in West St. Paul.

New Affordable Housing Complex Breaks Ground in North Mpls.

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A groundbreaking ceremony will take place Tuesday for a new housing complex in North Minneapolis.

The Commons at Penn is located at the corner of Penn Avenue and Golden Valley Road.

Volunteers Clean Up Underwater Mess at Big Island

Big Island is a popular spot for summer boaters on Lake Minnetonka... and their garbage.

Melissa Waskiewicz is the Executive Director of the Lake Minnetonka Association. She says when the boats leave, they leave behind a mess.

Cone Zone: Interstate 94 Closes in Minneapolis this Week

Interstate 94 in Minneapolis is set to close for two nights in a row this week.

Fall cleaning will shut down the Lowry Hill tunnel both Monday and Tuesday from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Interstate 94 will close in both directions. Traffic will be detoured to the Hennepin/Lyndale Avenue exit.

Sunday Assembly, or 'Atheist Church,' Debuts in Mpls.

The state's version of Sunday Assembly, a gathering of atheists, kicked off Sunday in Minneapolis.

They have the music, the sermons, and the faithful. What you won't find at "Atheist Church" is religion.

Minnesota Somalis Condemn Islamic State Recruiting

Members of Minnesota's large Somali community are condemning the recruitment of youth by terrorist groups and urging collaboration to address the problem.

About 100 people attended a town hall meeting Sunday to denounce groups such as the Islamic State and al-Shabab, which together have recruited more than two dozen fighters from Minnesota.