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Man Found Dead in Target Store Bathroom Identified
(KNSI) — Authorities have identified the man whose body was found in a Target store bathroom last week. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says on September 27th, another customer found 43-year-old John Zechmeister of Robbinsdale unresponsive in the restroom around 11:00 a.m. at the Otsego location. The building was evacuated while an investigation was conducted. There was no threat to the public, and the store reopened about an hour later.
Deadly Shooting in Twin Cities Suburb Under Investigation
Savage, MN (KROC-AM News)- Authorities in the Twin Cities are investigating a deadly shooting. It happened shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday. A news release from the Savage Police Department says officers responded to the report of a shooting in a residential area. Upon arrival, officers found an adult male suffering...
Fatal Accident: Truck Collides with Bus, Leaving One Dead and Six Injured
Witness the aftermath of a tragic accident in Minneapolis where a pickup truck collided with a Metro Transit bus. The unfortunate incident resulted in one fatality and six injuries. Tune in to understand the circumstances surrounding this late-night collision.
Man in custody after stabbing at Minneapolis Farmers Market
MINNEAPOLIS — A 68-year-old man is in custody after a stabbing Sunday morning at the Minneapolis Farmers Market.Minneapolis police say officers were called to the market, located on the 300 block of Lyndale Avenue North, at about 8:39 a.m. after a man in his 40s suffered a stab wound.Witnesses were able to describe the suspect to officers and point them in the direction he fled. He was found about a half mile southeast, near Ramp A in downtown. He was arrested, and his being held at the Hennepin County Jail. WCCO typically does not identify those arrested until they are formally charged.The victim was brought to Hennepin Healthcare and is expected to survive. Police are still investigating.
Appeal to find 13-year-old girl missing in Minneapolis
The girl was last seen on Friday near E. Lake St.
Homicide in Savage: Man shot dead Sunday morning
Anyone with information about the killing is asked to Savage Police Department at 952-882-2600.
You just lived through the hottest September ever recorded in MN
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‘We fought a long battle to free the plants’: Minnesota cannabis businesses celebrate recreational marijuana legalization
With record 88-degree heat and a steady haze of smoke hanging over the muddy event grounds, the annual Legacy Cup cannabis festival took to Surly Field Saturday afternoon. The fourth edition of the local weedapalooza was the first installment of the event since recreational marijuana was legalized in Minnesota, and there was a palpable excitement for the budding industry’s future among the gathered entrepreneurs. MinnPost took in the Cup, in interviews and photos:
Sunday morning shooting leaves one dead on Saint Paul’s East Side
SAINT PAUL— At approximately 2:10 A.M., officers were called on the report of a shooting on the 2100 block of Scenic Place. An adult male was found on the street unresponsive and suffering from apparent gunshot injuries. Saint Paul Fire medics responded and rendered aid to the man, and Saint Paul police officers secured the area. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Former Governor Ventura Speaks at Legacy Cup Cannabis Festival
(Minneapolis, MN) -- Former Governor Jesse Ventura and ten thousand others celebrated legal cannabis over the weekend at Surly Brewing. Ventura says Minnesota has come a long way since he proposed the legalization of marijuana in the late 90s. He says a Reformed Independence party governor, "there wasn't one Democrat or Republican I could call a friend. I couldn't even get one person to carry the bill." Ventura says he was honored that Governor Tim Walz invited him to be part of the bill signing ceremony at the State Capitol. Ventura said a lot of pro wrestlers used narcotics to treat their pain while he relied on marijuana.
Addressing the Crisis of Homelessness, Drug Addiction, and Mental Illness in Minneapolis
In a recent article published in the Star Tribune, the dire situation of homelessness, drug addiction, and mental illness in Minneapolis was brought to the forefront. The author’s candid words cut through the noise, shedding light on the grim reality faced by the chronically homeless in the city. Let’s delve deeper into this pressing issue.
Crime in Minnesota's Twin Cities: A Police Perspective
Dive into the latest news from the Twin Cities! This video covers recent police activities and crime updates in Minnesota. Stay informed about what's happening in your community. Don't miss out on the most current Twin Cities news.
Minneapolis Police pushes for more Black women on the force by going to Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Minneapolis Police Sergeant Keia Boyd and Officer Krystal Scott went to Alabama A&M University to recruit more Black women to join the force. Sheletta Brundidge talks to them about why it is important for the MPD.
It’s not easy to build a bunch of cheap housing quickly in Minneapolis
The first part of this series described a triplet of housing shortages: an aggregate shortage of housing supply across the country, a localized shortage of housing in exclusive locations, and an affordable housing shortage for low-income people. These three shortfalls are daunting, but they are also closely related. Solutions that address one of the shortages will also help address the others.
Haunted Locations in Minnesota - The Minneapolis Institute of Art
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (MIA) is not only known for its extensive art collection but also for its paranormal activity. Located in Minnesota, this historical museum has been a hub for art enthusiasts since its establishment in 1883.
These minneapolis, MN based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to minneapolis..
Unique Minnesota Restaurant Closing Less Than A Year From Opening It’s Doors
A speakeasy-style restaurant known as, The Shakopee House, which opened less than a year ago in November of 2022, is already closing it's doors. Formerly known as Dangerfield's Restaurant, located at 1st Avenue East in Shakopee, sent out a heartfelt message through social media, saying that they were unable to find a way to sustain the business and still ensure its future. So they are going to be open through the weekend, and all of the proceeds will be going to their talented staff, to help them transition to one of the owner's other restaurants.
Photo of the Week: Barbie back-to-school party
The Brookdale Library in Brooklyn Park was all aflutter as approximately 25 young girls, their parents, and grandparents participated in Blooming Butterflies Academy’s Barbie-themed back-to-school party, a free-of-charge event.
2 men injured in Brooklyn Park shooting
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. — Two men were injured in a shooting in Brooklyn Park Sunday morning, police said.Officers responded to an apartment building on the 6300 block of Boone Avenue North around 10 a.m., according to the Brooklyn Park Police Department.READ MORE: Man fatally shot in "quiet neighborhood" in St. Paul, police sayTwo men at the scene were wounded and taken to a hospital. Police their conditions were unknown.No arrests have been made. Police are investigating.
This Buffet Has Been Named the Best in Minnesota
Minnesota is home to dozens of different buffets that specialize in everything from Asian cuisine to homestyle cooking but not all buffets are created equally. One, in particular, has caught the eye of the online food media outlet known as Mashed.