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Bloomington show choir reaches fundraising goal to head to nationals
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- A show choir in Bloomington will be heading to nationals after reaching their fundraising goal.Kennedy High School's Rhythm in Gold qualified for nationals in Branson, Missouri on April 1, but needed to raise $60,000 to make the trip. The choir said, as of Sunday, they've reached that goal.More than 1,000 people attended Rhythm in Gold's grand finale performance on Saturday night. This is the first time in 15 years the choir qualified for nationals.
Another tool for Kia and Hyundai owners targeted by thieves
(FOX 9) - There’s been a lot of interest in a new Minneapolis company founded on its solution for recovering cars once they’ve been stolen. FOX 9 has been reporting for months the rash of car thefts in the Twin Cities and across the nation, largely driven by Kia and Hyundai vehicles being easy to steal.
1 hospitalized after shooting near sold-out concert venue
MINNEAPOLIS — At least one person is hospitalized with serious injuries following a shooting that took place across from a sold-out music venue in the Minneapolis Warehouse District Sunday night. Squads were dispatched to the 300 block of 1st Ave. N shortly before 9:30 p.m. on reports of gunfire....
Man shot in downtown Minneapolis' Warehouse District
MINNEAPOLIS – Minneapolis police say a man is fighting for his life after being shot Sunday night downtown.The shooting happened at about 9:20 p.m. on the 300 block of 1st Avenue North in the Warehouse District, near the Fine Line music venue.Officers found the victim suffering from "a possibly life-threatening gunshot wound," police say. He was taken to HCMC.Police say no arrests have been made, and the investigation is underway.This is a developing story. Stay with WCCO.com for more.
Passenger Killed in Rollover Crash on Minnesota Freeway
Troopers say there was snow and ice on the freeway at the time of the fatal wreck.
3rd suspect arrested in killing of Alex Becker outside his St. Paul home
Becker was walking home from work when he was attacked late last year.
Bloomington police ask for help finding missing 37-year-old man
Aaron Heikkila's family say they have not heard from him in "several days."
“It’s long overdue we’ve corrected this injustice.” Minnesotans celebrate new law restoring voting rights to felons
At the Capri Theater in north Minneapolis Saturday, there was a celebration of a new state law. A law that restores voting rights to Minnesotans who’ve served time in jail or prison. “It’s long overdue that we’ve corrected this injustice,” declared Antonio Williams, of St. Paul. “I think it’s...
Twin Cities evictions continue to climb post-pandemic
Reproduced from Eviction Lab; Chart: Axios VisualsEviction filings in the Twin Cities continue to exceed pre-pandemic levels, according to data from the Eviction Lab.Driving the news: Researchers with the Princeton University-based project logged 1,173 filings in the Twin Cities last month, nearly double the historical average of 599.Evictions are also up year over year. The group’s most recent data, which covers the week ending March 4, shows a 99% increase from the same period in 2022, when some local protections were still in effect.The big picture: Sweeping local and national eviction moratoriums helped keep many families in their homes through...
Minnesota Snow Hill Becomes a Picture Destination for Funny Reason
If you grew up in Minnesota, chances are at one point or another during your childhood, in the winter you played king of the hill. Someone was on top of the hill defending their title while others tried to become the next king of the hill. Honestly, not sure if that is really a game that gets played much anymore as I know how rough the game can be.
Minneapolis couple ready to move after their Kia, Hyundai repeatedly targeted by thieves
MINNEAPOLIS – A Minneapolis couple says they're ready to move away after their cars have been broken into and stolen several times in just the last few months.Hayden Griswold discovered his Hyundai's back window was smashed out again Friday. It's the fifth time he says in the last six months.RELATED: TC Nighthawks launches with mission to curb rising car thefts"We don't keep anything in here anymore," Griswold said. "Of course it's impossible to at this point once it's happened so many times in both cars."His family's other car, a Kia, wasn't in front of their north Minneapolis home Sunday, because...
Traffic at MSP now matches pre-pandemic levels
At KSTP-TV Pafoua Yang says, “Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) is preparing for a spring break passenger surge by adding more parking, more venues and staff to meet demand this year. … In 2022, five out of the top 20 busiest days at MSP occurred during the spring break travel period. This year, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) expects national spring break passenger volumes to rival pre-pandemic levels. MSP is projecting overall passenger volumes in 2023 to increase 10%.”
Trial begins Monday for teen charged with riot in MOA deadly shooting
MINNEAPOLIS -- The trial begins Monday for one of the teenagers charged in a deadly shooting at Mall of America two days before Christmas.Johntae Hudson, 19, was shot and killed inside Nordstrom, triggering a lockdown for shoppers.Surveillance video from the mall and Nordstrom captured the shooting and the events leading up to it, according to the complaint. The video shows the victim walking with two of his friends and attempting to get on an escalator to the second floor, but was blocked by a group. Shots were fired shortly after.RELATED: Deadly MOA shooting: TaeShawn Adams-Wright, 18, Lavon Longstreet, 17, charged with murderHennepin County prosecutors later charged 18-year-old TaeShawn Adams-Wright and 17-year-old Lavon Longstreet, both from Minneapolis, with second-degree murder in the shooting. A 17-year-old boy charged with second-degree riot while armed with a weapon will face a judge at 9 a.m. Monday. Another 17-year-old boy also faces a second-degree riot charge.
One Injured in McLeod Co Snowmobile Crash
A Waconia man was injured in a snowmobile crash in McLeod County Saturday afternoon near Plato. The State Patrol says 53-year-old Robert Grohmann was taken to Glencoe Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. The Patrol says Grohmann was traveling east bound in the west bound ditch north of Highway...
Police: 40 spent shell casings in Brooklyn Park shooting; suspect in custody
No injuries were reported as a result of the incident.
Waconia man hurt in snowmobile crash near Glencoe
(Glencoe MN-) A snowmobile accident east of Glencoe Saturday sent a man to the hospital. The state patrol says at 4:24 p.m. Saturday 53-year-old Robert Grohmann of Waconia was driving his sled eastbound in the westbound ditch of Highway 212 when he went airborne and crashed. Grohmann was taken to the Glencoe Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and officials believe alcohol use was a factor in the crash.
Minnesota becomes fourth state to offer universal free school meals
MINNEAPOLIS - Starting this fall, students at Minnesota schools will get free meals regardless of their ability to pay. A bill signed into law Friday, March 17, by Gov. Tim Walz provides more than $800 million in funding for school lunches and breakfasts over the next four years. A free meals program was one of the top priorities this session for the governor and Democratic-Farmer-Labor lawmakers, who say they want to craft a state budget that will prioritize education and families.
'Major drug bust' finds fentanyl stashed in graham cracker boxes
The drugs were seized in Minneapolis this past week.
Minneapolis woman, 67, killed in van rollover on I-94
Sandra Joyce Hill was traveling in a van when it rolled over in Pelican Lake Township.
"My heart sank": Man returns to Shakopee boarding kennel to find dog missing
SHAKOPEE, Minn. -- A Chaska family says they dropped off two of their dogs at a pet care facility last month but when they returned to pick them up, there was only one. Doggie Doo's Spa and Retreat in Shakopee says the dog jumped a fence while in their care. From Chaska to Shakopee, the neon 'Lost Dog' signs are hard to miss. "It's been pretty hard, I've been out pretty much every day looking for him," Cory Geis said.On February 18, ahead of a family vacation. Geis took his two dogs Bella and George to Doggie Doo's Spa and Retreat in...
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