UPDATE: Rock the Garden has been cancelled this year due to COVID-19.
More help is coming as the coronavirus pandemic further complicates the lives of people left without a place to call home.
The COVID-19 pandemic closed public spaces and postponed or canceled many large gatherings and events in the Twin Cities this spring, but it is now starting to affect summer activities as well.
To help with the COVID-19 crisis, Minneapolis city leaders will be dedicating more than $5 million to help impacted families and businesses. $3 million in gap funding will go toward assistance with rental housing and $2.2 million will be used toward small businesses.
Two trillion dollars will soon be pumped into the U.S. economy and leaders for cities like Minneapolis and St. Paul say the funds are badly needed to support local businesses and those who lost their jobs due to COVID-19.
Minneapolis beaches and pools will not open this summer due to COVID-19 concerns, according to the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
The Minneapolis Park Board approved resolutions Wednesday night to extend the parkway closures to vehicles around Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles and extending the closure of the West River Parkway all the way to Minnehaha Falls.
For more than 30 years, Loaves and Fishes has been called Minnesota’s largest free restaurant. Now, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nonprofit that provides free meals to those in need is expanding.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation’s road construction projects are going ahead as scheduled this summer, including resurfacing some busy interstates in and around the Twin Cities metro area.
The coronavirus pandemic created new challenges for crews responding to a fire in Minneapolis overnight.
Families and small businesses are feeling the impact of the coronavirus and cities are trying to find ways to help.
Not everyone is following the guidelines of social distancing. So, can violators face consequences?
Doctors at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center have treated nine people with confirmed COVID-19 cases and one of them is hospitalized.
The City of Minneapolis looked to Netflix's hit docuseries "Tiger King" to find new inspiration to bring home the message of social distancing.
Minneapolis police are rolling out a new initiative to help with call volumes while protecting their department from getting COVID-19.
People in the North Loop are raising their voices in support of health care workers who don't have the option of staying home.
As Minnesota's Stay At Home order takes effect, many people will end up spending the vast amount of the day inside their homes.
As more people stay home, others are hitting the streets, including a Minneapolis police lieutenant and a nonprofit looking to provide food for those who need it most.
A driver is dead after she slammed into a tree along Olson Highway in Minneapolis Saturday night.
With bars and restaurants closed to in-person dining, many Twin Cities area establishments are offering delivery or takeout service for its loyal customers.