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At Least 2 People Struck By Vehicle On Nicollet In Downtown Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis Police say that at least four people were taken to the hospital after two were struck by a vehicle along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis Saturday evening. The incident happened near Grant Street at about 7:45 p.m., where police say a group of about 20 people were. Investigators believe that the minivan struck two victims intentionally. They were taken to the hospital with what authorities said were non-life threatening injuries. Also taken to the hospital were two women who were in the vehicle that struck the others; they reportedly had “unintentional stab wounds.” Police said that those two women will be taken into custody. It’s not clear yet what led up to the incident. Police say they’re looking at the possibility that video from a nearby hotel might have caught the incident.   More On WCCO.com: Alexis Saborit Charged With Beheading Girlfriend In Shakopee Why Are Federal Tax Refunds Delayed? And What Can You Do About It? Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ Conditions Vaccinated Minnesotan Stuck Abroad After Testing Positive For COVID-19 In Mexico
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Murder Charge Filed In Shooting Outside Elks Club

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minneapolis man has been charged in a fatal shooting outside the Elks Club in June. Deandre D. Turner was charged Thursday in Hennepin County District Court with one count of second-degree murder with intent in the June 30 killing of Andrew T. McGinley. The Star Tribune reports Turner was charged via arrest warrant and was not in custody as of Friday afternoon. McGinley died of multiple gunshot wounds. The charges against Turner did not cite a motive, but they noted that McGinley and several others had gathered for a vigil for someone who had recently died. (© Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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Police Investigate Woman’s Apparent Shooting Death In Austin

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A woman’s body was found early Saturday morning in Austin, police say. Officers were called to a residents on the 100 block of 10th Street Northwest at about 2 a.m. There, they found one person shot. EMS workers provided aid and she was transported to Mayo Clinic in Austin, where she died. Her identity was not released. Police are still investigating but say they don’t think it was a random incident.   More On WCCO.com: Alexis Saborit Charged With Beheading Girlfriend In Shakopee Why Are Federal Tax Refunds Delayed? And What Can You Do About It? Minnesota Weather: Air Quality Alert Extended Due To ‘Unprecedented’ Conditions Vaccinated Minnesotan Stuck Abroad After Testing Positive For COVID-19 In Mexico
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Visiting the eco-friendly Vietnamese café in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Eating healthy food is has become a lifestyle. Bambū serves various organic and gluten-free Vietnamese culinary right in the heart of Minneapolis. Bambū is located on 2743 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408. With its indoor and outdoor areas available, you can enjoy the menu while looking at the crowd or just have a sit in the neat, comfortable, and warm atmosphere in the room.
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Should St. Paul be worried about the bad reputation of its streets?

St. Paul knows its streets need fixing. For years, city employees have been raising alarms about mounting repair needs costing millions of dollars. Now a newly released study of 20 cities' downtown streets — often some of the best maintained to accommodate heavy traffic in urban hubs — ranked St. Paul among the worst.
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