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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
Pedestrian struck by semi near U campus dies of his injuries

University of Minnesota east bank campus. ] GLEN STUBBE * gstubbe@startribune.com Friday, December 16, 2016 Taking the pulse of students, staff, donors at the University of Minnesota in the aftermath of the football team's boycott of a coming bowl game following the suspension of 10 players off a sexual assault allegation in September.

Breaking the Ice: Daniel Gustafson: Class actions level the playing field

Daniel E. Gustafson, a founding member of the Gustafson Gluek firm in Minneapolis, was among attorneys who helped reach a settlement for tens of thousands of farmers in Minnesota and other states in their class-action suit against Syngenta Seeds LLC. Farmers claimed they lost $450 million in sales because Syngenta brought a genetically modified corn seed to market too soon and without Chinese approval. The settlement was announced last month during the third week of testimony in a trial in Minneapolis.

New bus rapid transit line on the drawing board for Chicago, Fremont Aves.

This week the Drive told you about how plans for the new bus rapid transit line on Penn Avenue are progressing. On Thursday, Metro Transit will share its plans for another BRT line that is in the works.

Lawsuit filed over fatal Minnesota school explosion

The Minnehaha Academy gas explosion never should have happened, and no one should have died. But the gas workers messed up, and then "ran to save themselves."

Twin Cities' 5 must-see art shows this weekend

When artist Edgar Heap of Birds arrives to a new city for an exhibition, he thinks about how he can honor the place and the indigenous people who live there. In his newest self-titled solo exhibition at Minneapolis' Bockley Gallery , Heap of Birds showcases art spanning his long career, from text-based conceptual pieces produced in the 1980s and '90s, to abstract paintings from his colorful 2012 Neuf series.

Two charged with attempted murder in shooting of boy, 13, at Minneapolis housing complex

Two men are charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a 13-year-old boy in Minneapolis' Little Earth American Indian community. Andrew Townsend and Brandyn Wilson, both 21, are scheduled to make their first court appearance Thursday on one count each of attempted second-degree murder in connection with the Oct. 9 shooting.

Two charged with attempted murder in shooting of boy, 13, in Mpls.

The victim shot at Little Earth housing complex remains hospitalized in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. Two men are charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a 13-year-old boy in Minneapolis' Little Earth housing complex.

Socialist Ginger Jentzen is the greatest city council fundraiser in Minneapolis history

Ginger Jentzen, seen here holding a stack of petitions in favor of raising the Minneapolis minimum wage, has raised money at an unprecedented rate for a city council race. Asked if they wanted to discuss their campaign's fundraising, in light of one candidate's claim that they were raising money at historic levels, neither Steve Fletcher or Samantha Pree-Stinson had to ask which of their opponents was pulling in all that money.

The transgender moment: In Andrea Jenkins and Phillipe Cunningham,...

When she was 14, Andrea Jenkins went to a Chicago library and took a book off the shelf, hoping no one would notice what she was reading. Jenkins tore through the autobiography of Christine Jorgensen, America's first openly transgender celebrity.

Oles? Oh no. Lyn-Lake isn't getting a Taco John's after all

Last week, a handful of flyers went up at 700 W. Lake St. in Minneapolis that promised Taco John's was coming soon . The long-vacant storefront at Lake and Lyndale was initially going to house a Mrs. Dumpling to-go window, and since those plans fell through earlier this year, there's been no word on what's moving into the high-traffic corner.

New Target in Uptown

Gallery: Target's store in Uptown is one of about a dozen new urban stores the retailer is opening this week. This is the Fremont Avenue South and Lake Street entrance photographed on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, in Minneapolis, Minn.

Police: Man Shot In Leg After Suspect Demanded 'His Stuff'

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 CBSMinnesota.com! WCCO is part of CBS Radio, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.

Catholic Eldercare foresees new NE. Mpls. rentals

Catholic Eldercare has submitted plans to the Minneapolis Planning Commission to build a 69-unit rental project for seniors in northeast Minneapolis. The five-story building, for people 55 and older who live independently, would be called Alta Vita and stand near the intersection of NE.

North Minneapolis political ad switched races of people in stock photo

A campaign flier supporting Minneapolis City Council President Barb Johnson took what looks like a white mom and her son and switched them out for what looks like a black mom and her son. The flier started showing up recently in Ward 4, the north Minneapolis neighborhood Johnson has represented for 20 years.

Renaming Lake Calhoun 'Lake Wellstone' is 'the happiest idea' of Peter Holmes' life

At 401 acres and three-plus miles around, the largest lake in the City of Lakes forever owns a part inside Peter Holmes - and he's not alone. Peter and Peggy Holmes relocated from Los Angeles to Minneapolis on a whim.

William Within say goodbye to the Twin Cities in this week's Top 5 MN music videos

Something about the macabre fall festival unlocks the makeup artist, set designer, and thespian in everyone, and it's a ripe source of inspiration for musicians as well. As such, I have a charge for the Minneapolis/St.

Minnesota Somalis mourn, pray for those impacted by bombing

Members of Minnesota's large Somali community said Monday they are heartbroken and grieving but searching for ways to help after the weekend bombing in Somalia that killed more than 300 people. The truck bombing in Somalia's capital of Mogadishu on Saturday also left scores missing and nearly 400 people injured.

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