Longstanding Minnesota T.J. Maxx Store Unexpectedly and Permanently Closing October 8thJoel EisenbergNewsBreak Contributor
Sota Clothing Warehouse SaleThrifty MinnesotaNewsBreak Contributor
Lions Tap Serves Up Fame-Worthy Hamburgers in Eden PrairieDayTripperNewsBreak Contributor
Midwest K-pop Festival at Mall of AmericaThrifty MinnesotaNewsBreak Contributor
After 2 days, Clerical error frees Minnesota man wanted on murder charge from Indiana jailAUTISMLATINO.COM - LATINO AND URBAN AUTISM AWARENESS & ACCEPTANCENewsBreak Contributor
Volunteers fed hundreds in St. Paul - until police shut them down
For the past three years, Mike Brendale and a score of volunteers have served up free Sunday lunch across the street from Dorothy Day Place in downtown St. Paul. That is, until police shut them down a couple weeks ago, citing snarled traffic, illegal parking and litter as persistent problems.
Stolen Jeep crashes into Toppers Pizza in St. Paul
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Authorities in St. Paul say a stolen car crashed into a business and hit a squad car while attempting to flee police early Thursday afternoon.St. Paul Police say officers were notified of a stolen Jeep Wrangler from Oakdale in the area of the 1400 block of Lincoln Avenue around 12:30 p.m.Officers attempted to converge on the vehicle that they found behind Toppers Pizza on the 1100 block of Grand Avenue.According to police, the driver attempted to drive away when it struck a corner of the Toppers Pizza building, also hitting a Ramsey County Sheriff's vehicle.The male driver began to run on foot from the Jeep and a woman passenger was detained. Officers captured the driver a short distance away and said he appeared to have been suffering the effects of a narcotic overdose. Officers administered Narcan to revive him. Medics transported him to the hospital for an evaluation.
Teenage boy shot several times in St. Paul's North End neighborhood
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A teenage boy was shot multiple times Wednesday afternoon in St. Paul.Police say officers were called to the 400 block of Maryland Avenue West in the city's North End neighborhood at about 3:30 p.m. The victim was soon found at a nearby residence, suffering from gunshot wounds to his arm, leg and torso. He is being treated at Regions Hospital, and is expected to survive.Police are still investigating, and no one is in custody.
1 killed, 1 injured in shooting outside north Minneapolis bar
MINNEAPOLIS — A man is dead after a shooting outside of a bar in north Minneapolis Wednesday night.The shooting happened outside the 4th Street Saloon on West Broadway Avenue around 9 p.m., according to the Minneapolis Police Department. Police said it stemmed from an argument and a 29-year-old man died at the scene. Another man shot went to the hospital. He's expected to be OK.READ MORE: Man shot behind Mortimer's Bar in Uptown MinneapolisOfficers haven't arrested anyone.This marks the city's 42nd homicide this year, compared to 64 at this time last year.
Longstanding Minnesota T.J. Maxx Store Unexpectedly and Permanently Closing October 8th
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WATCH: FedEx truck loses two trailers on I-494 during rush hour
RICHFIELD, Minn. — Losing a package is frustrating. Losing two trailers of packages… well, that takes frustration to a whole new level. A FedEx truck driver lost a pair of trailers on Interstate 494 Thursday evening in Richfield, causing a major backup during rush hour. Traffic cameras from...
US Marshals offering $10K for information leading to arrest of murder suspect mistakenly released from jail
A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of Kevin Mason, a murder suspect who was mistakenly released from an Indiana jail last week.
Death of woman inside Fridley home four months ago ruled homicide
No criminal charges have been filed.
Residents confront local officials after Minnesota mom is violently carjacked in driveway: We've 'had enough'
Kelly and Craig Beason, both residents of Minnetonka, Minnesota, told FOX News about the uptick in crime that has led to a carjacking outside their home.
Former MN insurance broker charged with fraud for fake customer scheme
MINNEAPOLIS -- A former Minnesota insurance broker was charged for fraud after an investigation by the Minnesota Commerce Fraud Bureau found he invented fake customers and Social Security numbers.Charges filed earlier this month at the Ramsey County District Court alleged Kevin Meyers, 48, submitted hundreds of policy applications from fake customers while working at Cigna between 2018 to 2020. MORE NEWS: Two sentenced in international online romance fraud scheme, ordered to pay over $500K in restitutionWhile Meyers was employed at Cigna, he was eligible for commissions before customers paid premiums, said a press release from the Minnesota Department of Commerce. During the investigation, officials...
Local Resident Garrett Byrd Identified in Red River Body Discovery: Updates Expected Soon
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office identified the body found in the Red River as Garrett Byrd, according to a police news release. The report showed no significant trauma, but a toxicology report is pending. The final cause of death will be confirmed after the autopsy report is complete. Captain Deric Swenson shared this information and further updates are expected soon.Visit here for more details.
Minneapolis police investigating the city's latest homicide
The Minneapolis Police Department shared that another homicide occurred last night at around 9 p.m. on the 300 block of West Broadway.
One person dies after fire at St. Paul house
It's the first fire fatality in the city this year.
Persistent Disruptions Incite Fear Among Minneapolis Suburban Residents Due to Unstable Neighbor
Residents in a quiet suburban area of White Bear Lake, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, are increasingly worried about an unstable neighbor's disruptive behavior. This situation has caused fear in the community, leading to some residents feeling trapped in their homes.
Man on I-94 Causes Traffic Disruption During Rush Hour
A rush-hour event occurred on I-94 near Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis when a man unexpectedly started walking on the busy interstate. The man suddenly stopped, causing a driver to brake and leading others to make risky maneuvers to avoid a crash.
Man Wanted for Attempted Murder Arrested on Southern Minnesota Campus
Marshall, MN (KROC-AM News)- A man wanted for attempted murder in the Twin Cities is in custody after being apprehended on a southern Minnesota college campus. A news release issued by the Redwood County Sheriff’s Office says the arrest happened on Tuesday. The arrest warrant was issued by authorities in Ramsey County.
Police: Driver, 15, fatally struck motorcyclist in Brooklyn Park intersection
The motorcyclist had the right-of-way, according to police.
These Minneapolis, MN based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
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.
Maplewood Service Center Secures Extended Lease at Local Mall, Continuing Convenient Access for Residents
Ramsey County has renewed its lease with the Maplewood Mall, securing the Maplewood Service Center's location. The decision was based on the site's convenient access to transit, large floor space, and general accessibility, which all enhance service delivery to residents. The Service Center will continue its operations from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Tests show drinking water is safe at a Minnesota prison, despite inmate concerns
STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) — State health officials have said that the drinking water at a Minnesota prison is safe after inmate and advocate concerns over the water’s quality prompted a new round of tests. The analysis “did not find indications of a health risk from the drinking water,”...