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Located on both banks of the Mississippi River, the city is abundantly rich in water with over twenty lakes and wetlands, the Mississippi River, creeks and waterfalls, many connected by parkways in the Chain of Lakes and the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. Named America's most literate city, it has cultural organizations that draw creative people and audiences to the city for theater, visual art, writing, and music.

Population: 390131
Local Newspapers: Star Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Local Colleges: Metropolitan State University

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Minneapolis News
State Fair memories make us Minnesotans

A bite of pastry one afternoon triggered a flood of memories that transported the French writer Marcel Proust back to his childhood. So powerful was the experience that it became the basis of a seven-volume literary classic, "Remembrance of Things Past."

Damaged Minnehaha Academy hopes to move temporarily to Mendota Heights

Two days after the explosion and building collapse at Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis earlier this month. The school is looking to use Sanford-Brown College in Mendota Heights as a temporary home.

Hodges must produce budget or explain why not, judge rules

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges must either produce a full 2018 budget by Friday or go to court to explain why the document isn't ready, a Hennepin County judge has ruled. Carol Becker, one of two elected members of the six-person Board of Estimate and Taxation, filed a complaint in Hennepin County Court late last week asking a judge to force Hodges to file the full budget "immediately," arguing the mayor's delayed release of her spending plan is a disservice to citizens and a violation of the city charter.

St. Cloud Man Gets 2 Years For Hatchet Attack On Black Man

TV is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. Click here for WCCO-TV news stories Send us your breaking news tips [] 830 WCCO Welcome to News Radio 830 WCCO on! WCCO is part of CBS Radio, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.

Nicollet Mall costs rise an extra $2.1M, but project still under budget

The Nicollet Mall reconstruction is going to cost another $2.1 million, after crews worked extra hours this winter, designs changed and additional mulch was brought in for the final stages of the downtown Minneapolis project. A Minneapolis City Council committee authorized the funds Tuesday.

The Soap Factory Presents Monica Larson's Poetry of Resistance & Change

Monica Larson: Poetry of Resistance & Change Monica Edwards Larson / Sister Black Press's project Poetry of Resistance & Change consists of two parts: a temporary installation of letterpress printed poetry cards, and a Poetry reading and DIY printing event, using the mobile bicycle press, at the Soap Factory. The installation will consist of hundreds of letterpress printed poetry cards and broadsides featuring the work of local poets whose work bears witness to the many challenges facing our democracy, the health of our planet, and all aspects of human rights, that inspire action.

Homeless shelter projects take persistence

Housing for homeless veterans at the Upper Post Veterans Community at Fort Snelling totals 58 units, all built into 19th century fort structures. Even as developers and builders complete new shelters for the homeless, they say they can't keep up with the demand.

Pie Social at Norlands

Featuring a pie baking contest, pie sale, music by Phil Poirier and The Merry Plinksters Ukulele Group, and tours of the 1867 Washburn family mansion and one-room schoolhouse. Visit for more event details and pie baking contest rules.

NTSB: Worker urged evacuation before school exploded

NTSB says explosion happened as two contractors were installing new piping to move gas meters from the school's basement to the building's exterior. NTSB: Worker urged evacuation before school exploded NTSB says explosion happened as two contractors were installing new piping to move gas meters from the school's basement to the building's exterior.

Worker urged evacuation before school explosion

A preliminary report about an explosion at a Minneapolis school says a maintenance worker smelled natural gas and used a radio to tell others to evacuate just a minute before the blast. The preliminary report into the Aug. 2 explosion at Minnehaha Academy was released Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board.

Judge certifies class-action lawsuit against landlords

One of the country's largest class-action lawsuits against a private landlord is underway in Minneapolis. It could involve thousands of current and former tenants of more than 60 buildings across the city.

Bicyclist killed in collision with van in Minneapolis ID'd

The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that Friedrich was a University of Minnesota researcher. Minnesota Public Radio reports she also was a running mentor.

Financial Administrator

The U.S. District Court, District of MN is accepting applications for a full-time Financial Administrator in Minneapolis, MN. Salary range is $61,569 - $100,078.

Medical Assistant General Pediatrics - Minneapolis

Employee Status: Regular Hours Per Pay Period: 72 FTE: 0.9 Shift: Days Shift Length: 8 hours Weekend Coverage: Occasional Weekend Department Overview: The Children's Clinic provides a range of services from well-child care to educational and outreach programs. They care for children with complex medical, psychosocial problems, and acute and chronic childhood illnesses.

Personal income down in Faribault County

A recent county-by-county economic growth report that was featured in a story in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, caused some concern at the Blue Earth Economic Development Authority meeting on Thursday, Aug. 10. "It shows Faribault County having zero or less improvement in personal income, while the counties around us are showing growth," Huisman said. "I think we need to be concerned about this and bring it up with our local state legislators."

Arnie and JoAnn Johnson, right, join Dr. Eric Fenstad and Kristine...

Arnie and JoAnn Johnson, right, join Dr. Eric Fenstad and Kristine Fortman, CEO of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, left, at the Brainerd Dispatch offices to talk about a new study on pulmonary hypertension to be conducted locally.

Tooties is almost back from brink

The guts of Tooties On Lowry, charred and broken, have been loaded into a dumpster in the parking lot, now carrion for the neighborhood scrappers. The hull of the building has seen a parade of electricians, plumbers and inspectors, and builders are now working to finish off this working-class establishment in north Minneapolis for what owners Lili and Nick Johnson hope will be a September "re-re-reopening."

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