Police in Minneapolis have opened a death investigation after a child died Thursday morning in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Thursday night marked the first publicly broadcast call to prayer, or "Adhan," in Minnesota.
To allow Minneapolis residents to pray together during Ramadan while maintaining social distance during the coronavirus pandemic, Adhan—the call to prayer—will be played over a loudspeaker in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood five times per day for the duration of the Islamic holy holiday.
Some Minnesota lawmakers are pushing for all high-rise buildings to have sprinklers following a deadly fire at a high-rise apartment building in Minneapolis late last year.
A show put on Saturday night in the Twin Cities raised money to help the families who lost their homes in the massive fire in Minneapolis' Cedar-Riverside neighborhood last year.
Four Minnesota U.S. representatives are calling for an assessment of national public housing following a deadly high-rise apartment fire in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis.
In a letter to HUD, the senators are asking how the department plans to address retrofitting its properties with sprinkler systems.
The fire nearly killed 84-year-old Salad Samatar and his family wonders if he'll ever be the same.
The report pointed to three possibilities of what caused the fire that killed five people last week at Cedars Apartments.
The cause of a fire at a high-rise apartment in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis is "undetermined," the fire department said Monday.
Just a day after a high-rise apartment fire left five people dead, members of the Minneapolis community have come together to help the survivors.
A photo posted Thursday by a Minneapolis city councilman shows the devastation and damage left by a massive fire that took the lives of five people early Wednesday morning.
Ifrah Hashi recently moved to the Twin Cities in the hopes of finding a job, soon finding herself reporting for duty as a public health specialist with the City of Minneapolis.
It’s been nearly four years since a deadly explosion rocked the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
A man stabbed and bit another man in Minneapolis last week, saying he did it because he "hates Muslims."