Texas boy who sparked AMBER Alert found in Minneapolis, mother arrested
The one-year-old went missing on Feb. 8.
Minneapolis police investigating after a man was found fatally shot on sidewalk
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - A man was found fatally shot on a sidewalk in Minneapolis early Sunday morning. According to Minneapolis police, officers responded to a ShotSpotter activation and reports of a shooting at the intersection of East Lake Street and Bloomington Avenue just after 1 a.m. When officers arrived,...
Minneapolis Residents Face Rollercoaster Weather with Sunshine and Snow in the Forecast
Minneapolis is bracing for a tumultuous blend of weather conditions this week, with chances of both sunshine and snowfall on the horizon. According to forecasts, residents can expect breezy conditions today, with a slight chance of showers this afternoon. Clouds will increase throughout the day, and the temperature could hit the low 70s. It's noted that winds may reach 35 mph at their peak.
Minneapolis Mar 02 Weekly Crime Report: 161 Incidents and 29 Crime Stories
Minneapolis Mar 02 Weekly Crime Report: 161 Incidents and 29 Crime Stories. During the last week, Minneapolis reported a total of 161 crime cases, with theft being the most common type of crime, accounting for 59% of the total cases (95 out of 161). This was followed by robbery and burglary, with 22 and 19 cases respectively, making up 14% and 12% of the total cases. Assault cases were also reported, with 16 instances accounting for 10% of the total crimes. More severe crimes such as shootings were less frequent, with 7 cases representing 4% of the total. Least common were arrests and arson, each with only 1 case reported, contributing less than 1% to the overall crime rate. These statistics indicate a concerning prevalence of theft in the place, highlighting the need for residents to be vigilant about their personal belongings and security. While the number of severe crimes like shootings, arrests, and arson are relatively low, their occurrence underlines the importance of ongoing efforts by law enforcement to ensure public safety.
Police respond to separate firearms incidents at 2 Minneapolis bars early Sunday
MINNEAPOLIS — Two Minneapolis bars dealt with incidents involving firearms early Sunday.No one was shot at either bar, but police arrested one man and recovered multiple guns.At Spring Street Tavern in northeast Minneapolis, a man fired four shots around 1 a.m., according to the Minneapolis Police Department. No one was hurt in the shooting, but a patron suffered minor injuries "in the commotion that resulted," police said.Police arrested a 21-year-old man, who they say fired the shots after arguing with bar staff. A bouncer and bar patrons held the man down until police arrived.READ MORE: Man dies after shooting on Lake Street in MinneapolisAbout 20 minutes later, officers were called to the 4th Street Saloon on the city's north side due to "unknown trouble," MPD said.Security told police they found multiple handguns in the bar. Police said they recovered three handguns, two of which were equipped with auto sears and one of which had been reported stolen. No one was arrested.Both incidents are being investigated.
Two Minnesota Men Killed in Fiery Plane Crash
Afton, MN (KROC-AM News) - Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety board have been summoned to a suburban area on the east edge of the Twin Cities where a small plane crashed Saturday morning. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says it received several 911 calls...
BCA investigating early morning shooting in St. Michael neighborhood
Some St. Michael residents awoke to the sound of gunfire and the commotion of emergency vehicles on the morning of March 2. At approximately 4:47 a.m. a Wright County deputy conducted a traffic stop on Ivory Ave. NE in the City of St Michael. The driver and lone occupant of the subject vehicle exited the vehicle with a weapon, confronted the deputy and refused to comply with the deputy’s commands, according to a Wright County Sheriff’s Department press release. ...
MN Minneapolis's Most Loveable Puppies Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around minneapolis..
Intense Debate: Fatal Shooting in Downtown Minneapolis Leaves One Dead and Three Injured
CBS News - 02/27/2024 09:03:00 PM. A recent incident of violence near downtown Minneapolis has sparked a wave of discussion and concern among the public. The shooting, which resulted in one death and three injuries, took place on Franklin Avenue East, an area known for its high crime rates and narcotics sales. Despite the ongoing investigations, no arrests have been made yet. This news, which broke out three days ago, has been a topic of frequent discussion.
Stolen Vehicle Eludes Brooklyn Center Police in High-Speed Midnight Chase
A high-speed chase in the dead of night ended abruptly as police lost track of a stolen vehicle racing through Brooklyn Center into Brooklyn Park. Local officers first laid eyes on a black Kia sedan speeding without lights on Brooklyn Boulevard at around 3:32 A.M., on February 29, according to a statement obtained by tip411.
Man hospitalized after being shot in Brooklyn Park
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. — A man was taken to a hospital after a shooting in Brooklyn Park Saturday evening, but police did not say how severe his injuries were.The shooting happened around 7:20 p.m. on the 5800 block of 73rd Avenue North, the Brooklyn Park Police Department said. Officers found a man who had been shot in the chest and gave him aid until paramedics took him to a hospital.Police searched but did not find a suspect. The shooting is under investigation.READ MORE: Person stabbed while riding light rail, per Metro Transit
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Cats Of Minneapolis, MN Need You!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around minneapolis.
Minnesota Restaurant Crowned 'Best Diner' In The Entire State
Here's where you can find it!
Minnesota weather: Twin Cities set 2 warmth records
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The Twin Cities set two weather records on Sunday, as Minnesota enjoy a warm spring day. The temperature at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport hit 74 on Sunday afternoon, crushing the previous daily record of 65 degrees set in 1905. Sunday also marked the earliest 70-degree day...
Two of America’s Most Fit Cities Are in Minnesota
Health and fitness can mean different things to different people, but according to the American College of Sports Medicine, these two Minnesota cities are among the most fit in the U.S. The ACSM American Fitness Index highlights the health and health habits of communities across the United States. It provides...
2024 North American Ice Diving Festival in MN
Divers from across the country came to Anoka County for the 2024 North American Ice Diving Festival, despite the warm weather.
Coon Rapids Offers Wholesale Tree and Shrub Sale to Residents for Spring Beautification
Coon Rapids residents, spring is knocking at your door and the city is offering a green thumb deal that’s hard to beat. Taking a no-nonsense approach to beautifying the local environment. The City of Coon Rapids is selling a selection of trees and shrubs at wholesale prices exclusively for its residents. This annual green initiative is a chance for locals to not only lush up their yards but do so without breaking the piggy bank.
Tour the Ruins of a Once-Booming Minnesota Business
Across Minnesota, you can find plenty of abandoned locations. Most of the time, it's not legal to go in and check them out. It's also dangerous to do so. But at this particular abandoned location, you're able to legally take a tour. It's the ruins of a former Minnesota business....
Coon Rapids Invites Bids for Street Reconstruction Project, Opening Set for March 25
The streets of Coon Rapids are gearing up for a makeover, as the city has announced it's now taking bids for a significant street reconstruction project, all ears and eyes will be on the City Center come to the end of March. Contractors looking to get their hands dirty with some civic improvement have until 10:00 a.m., March 25, to submit their bids to the city officials, as the scramble for securing this municipal contract heats up, hustle is the game and the city's streets are the playing field.
Melissa Etheridge performs to help rebuild abandoned north St. Louis County shopping complex
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Grammy Award-winning rock singer Melissa Etheridge hosted an intimate concert in north St. Louis County to help rebuild an abandoned shopping complex. The rock legend performed Saturday in Dellwood to about 100 lucky fans, fundraising for the Refuge and Restoration nonprofit organization. Rather than...