34 min ago
Beer and Baseball: All Star Recommendations
Ryan Tuenge is an avid home brewer and craft beer lover who is not afraid to spend his last $5 on a pint of beer at the local pub.
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16 hrs ago
Sisyphus Brewing opens, Fulton plans for the All Star Game, and more weekend beer events
After a busy Fourth of July, Hot Dish's Weekend Brew Round-up is back. With many local taprooms -- including Fulton and Boom Island -- expanding into Sundays , there are extended hours to try all those new and delicious beers.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Minneapolis gang member in jail gun ring pleads guilty
A Minneapolis gang member who romanced a Hennepin County corrections officer and convinced her to buy guns for him while he was jailed pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to illegal possession of firearms.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Twin Cities Daily Planet
OPINION | Peace in the Valley and transit equity for all
When compromises are reached at the State Capitol, legislators typically pronounce "Peace in the Valley."
Mom who Drove into SLP Retaining Pond is Expected in Court
The mother who was behind the wheel when her car crashed into a retaining pond in St. Louis Park last November killing two children is expected in court Wednesday.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Chef plans bistro at Excelsior & Grand
Sharif Wagdy Mobasher, owner,of the Blackstone Bistro planned for St. Louis Park, debuted the concept in Cairo, Egypt in 2010.
Ten Years of E-Health Initiatives in MN: the Good, the Not-So Good
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the E-Health Initiative in Minnesota, which resulted in the implementation of Electronic Health Records and other health IT innovations, long before they were mandated by the Federal Affordable Care Act.
Southwest light-rail deal might involve one less tunnel
Dropping a tunnel, turning over half of the resulting savings to Minneapolis for additional transit-related improvements and adding a rail station are at the heart of an emerging deal to get Southwest Corridor light-rail project built.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
KELO-TV Sioux Falls
Twin Cities Suburb Wants Sioux Falls' Tourism
Whether it's a Twins game at Target Field, or a shopping trip to the Mall of America, people in Sioux Falls flock to the Twin Cities.
Frozen Fruit Bar Entrepreneurs Working To Bring Attention To Drug Addiction
An idea that started in a college dorm room has grown into a fruitful business for three recent college graduates.
St. Louis Park to Vote on SWLRT Monday
Twin Cities residents could know in just over a week whether a current Southwest Light Rail Line plan will happen.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Sunshine and blue skies are helping reduce water levels
Thanks to increased evaporation during recent sunny days, Lake Minnetonka has dropped nearly 4 inches from the record height it reached June 23. Nearly 3 inches of that loss has occurred since Sunday.
St. Louis Park man, 93, has flown the flag since WWII
On Friday, Warren Bushway will hoist the U.S. flag for July 4th - just as he's done nearly every morning for more than 60 years.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Adams Publishing buys newspaper chain, including Owatonna, Faribault papers
St. Louis Park-based Adams Publishing Group has bought 10 community newspapers and 17 websites from Faribault-based Huckle Media.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
$32M in Minnesota public property flood damage - for starters
Flood damage to public structures during Minnesota's rainiest June on record stands at $32 million, a figure likely to rise as floodwaters fall.
Twin Cities playgrounds go abroad
Volunteers dismantled playgrounds in Brooklyn Park to be donated to a group called Kids Around the World, a nonprofit that brings second-hand playground equipment to third world countries.
St. Louis Park woman's courage reunites family decades after the Holocaust
Iris Tzafrir, the daughter of two Holocaust survivors, summoned the courage to dig into her family's history when her son, Avi, asked her to speak on the subject at the Amos and Celia Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School.
Man hit by car in middle of St. Louis Park street dies
A longtime educator with state government who was struck by a car near his home in St. Louis Park has died, according to authorities.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
St. Louis Park climbers overcoming a mountain of risk
Jeff Alley and his girlfriend, Ashley Melco, are committed to scaling Washington's Mount Rainier, where Mark Mahaney, their friend and fellow climber, lost his life.