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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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Former CIA Director John Brennan told Congress he was so concerned about Russian contacts with people in Donald Trump's campaign that he convened top counterintelligence officials to focus on them. Budget Director Mick Mulvaney held up a copy of President Donald Trump's proposed fiscal 2018 federal budget in the Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington on Tuesday.

My travel magazine grumpiness: An example

Some of you may remember that somewhere I wrote a brief elegy mourning the death of the Conde Nast Traveler I'd read and loved for years-the new editorial team increasing page size, making it mostly Pretty Photos for Beautiful People, and-most of all-abandoning prices when discussing hotels and restaurants. I didn't renew what had once been a first-rate travel magazine; I don't miss it.

Mayor Hodges State of the City address

Gallery: Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges gave her State of the City address at Masjid an-Nur mosque in north Minneapolis, Minn., on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. Gallery: Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges gave her State of the City address at Masjid an-Nur mosque in north Minneapolis, Minn., on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

CPM bets less is more amid Minneapolis luxury towers

The Minneapolis developer wants to build 51 apartments - most of them studios - in a five-story building wedged onto a lot at 401 University Ave. SE, about a block northeast of St. Anthony Main. This is positively tiny, compared to several apartment and condominium towers under construction and planned nearby.

Supreme Court: 90-year sentence isn't the same as life

Neighbor Stephen Benjaminson holds a lantern outside the Seward Market and Halal Meat in Minneapolis on Jan. 7, 2010, as members of the local Somali community gather in front of the store to hold a vigil after three men were shot and killed during a robbery there. The Minnesota Supreme Court upheld three consecutive life sentences for Mahdi Hassan Ali, who was convicted in the killings.

Man's body recovered from Mississippi following search

Authorities have recovered a man's body from the Mississippi River in St. Paul, but they don't yet know if it's the man who ran toward a river bluff after officers pulled him over in an SUV. Crews searched by boat and by air Monday for the man who abandoned the vehicle, ran toward the river bluff and disappeared into some woods.

Our View: City's need for arts, nightlife takes priority

The city received five proposals for reuse of the the Armory building at 121 N. Broadway. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

All Stars Welcome Strawberry Shortfuse

How long have you been involved with Roller Derby/All Stars? 2 seasons with the North Star Roller Girls in Minneapolis, MN. Just transferred to AASRD recently! What is your favorite thing about Roller Derby? The community.

Green Line robbery, a miraclea

Jonathan, 57, looks over his tablet after picking it up at Metro Transit police headquarters in Minneapolis on Monday, May 22, 2017, after he was robbed of it on the Green Line on May 5. That's what Jonathan, 57, thought when he heard Monday from Metro Transit police: They found his electronic tablet, which was missing since he was robbed and assaulted on a Green Line train earlier this month. Jonathan, who asked to be identified only by his first name because he doesn't want the public to know about his medical issues, was desperate to get his Microsoft Surface back.

Answer Man: Mayo says, 'leave the parking to us'

The Mayo-owned parking lot on West Center Street across from St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church will be used for Mayo valet parking as of today. The Mayo-owned parking lot on West Center Street across from St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church will be used for Mayo valet parking as of today.

Dorothy Day backers on pins and needles

Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis has its hopes pinned on Phase II of the Dorothy Day Place project, which will be a six-story mixed-used complex at 183 Old Sixth St. that would help the recently homeless.

Former Gopher, NBA Player Inspires Student Athletes To Aim Higher As MPS Ad

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Alleged drunk motorist makes wrong turn, drives into Lake Calhoun

Late Sunday night, a passerby observed someone slumped over in the driver's seat of an SUV in a parking lot along the eastern edge of Lake Calhoun. Authorities were contacted.

Our View: No more 'snags' needed for Golden Hill project

The Rochester school district has been trying to finish the sale of the former Golden Hill School, 2220 Third Ave. SE, for the better part of two years, but nothing's as easy as it looks. The Rochester school district has been trying to finish the sale of the former Golden Hill School, 2220 Third Ave. SE, for the better part of two years, but nothing's as easy as it looks.

Internet privacy in Legislature

Lawmakers finalizing Minnesota's jobs and economic development budget met after midnight to approve a compromise deal between Dayton and legislative Republicans. At that meeting, Sen. Bobby Joe Champion, DFL-Minneapolis, tried to amend on limits on internet service providers selling their customers' data.

Police investigate hazing at private college in Minnesota

Administrators at a private college in Minnesota say 13 students have been suspended over a hazing incident involving extreme drinking as part of an initiation into a secret social club. A letter from Carleton College President Steven Poskanzer to students, faculty and staff says the hazing April 28 was part of an initiation into a secret coed social club.

Art-A-Whirl in full swing

Gallery: Ted J. Albrecht of Woodbury checked out the art work of Michael Bellotti during Art-A-Whirl which is presented by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association at the Northrup King Building Sunday May 21, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. Gallery: Dyan J. Padgett painted as customers walked through her shop during Art-A-Whirl which is presented by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association at the Northrup King Building Sunday May 21, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN.

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