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The Battle of Trafalgar was painted around 1900 by Scottish artist James Kay. It was donated to the University of Minnesota in 1996 by businessman Rod

The old painting and the U and the owner of the Thunderbird Hotel

A painting in Burton Hall of the British battleship HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar was donated by the late Rodney Wallace. But where did he get it?

Minneapolis will enforce stay-at-home order in city, Frey says

March 27
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey outlined how the city will enforce the new stay-at-home order during a news conference Friday.
Enforcement of the statewide stay-at-home order in Minneapolis will focus first on education and outreach. The order says that violations could carry a fine of up to $1,000 or up to 90 days in jail.
Coronavirus
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Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has enacted eight regulations since he declared an emergency on March 16.

Minneapolis city leaders meet privately in emergency advisory group

Emergency declaration allows Minneapolis mayor to pass temporary regulations and authorize quick purchases without having to go through the normal City Council approval process.
Minneapolis
3:34pm

Three people killed in vehicle crashes across Minnesota

Her SUV ran off the right side of the road just west of N. Penn Avenue, struck a fire hydrant and then the tree, a police spokesman said.
Minneapolis
March 28

Man wounded in Minneapolis shooting

Crews responding to the 3300 block of S. Bloomington Avenue found a victim shot at another location, police said.
Minneapolis
March 28
Crew worked on boarding up what remained of the fire that destroyed several businesses on the 2400 block of Central Avenue, Monday, March 23, 2020 in

Cherished locks of hair from dearly departed are rescued from huge Central Avenue fire

Challenges are many for residents saved what they could from the fast-moving fire.
Minneapolis
March 27
“We don’t believe our students can afford to wait any longer. And we have to act now to set the conditions for their success,” Superintendent Ed

Mpls. Public Schools' final redistricting plan packed with changes

Minneapolis Public Schools' final redistricting proposal would reduce the number of magnet schools and relocate them to the center of the city, decrease the number of segregated schools and uproot fewer students than originally projected.
Minneapolis
March 27
The 10th Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, with the I-35W Bridge to the rear .

Winter must be over: Road construction season begins in Twin Cities

Five blocks of Hennepin Avenue will close Tuesday in downtown Minneapolis.
Coronavirus
March 27
Kai Mayer posted bail for a client.

Nonprofit is on a mission to clear out Twin Cities jails, one bail bond at a time

Minnesota Freedom Fund has posted bond for 56 people from Hennepin County jail and six from ICE detention since the virus hit the U.S.
Coronavirus
March 27
The eastbound lane of Main Street in Minneapolis from Third Avenue to the Stone Arch Bridge will be closed to make for extra space.

Minneapolis plans barricades or bollards for some extra space in outdoor areas

It came as Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home order goes into effect. Outdoor exercise is permitted, provided that people stay at least 6 feet apart.
Coronavirus
March 27
Minnesota Chief Justice Lorie Gildea.

Defendant challenges statewide restrictions to courtroom access in light of COVID-19

Barring the public from courtrooms violates the state and federal constitutions, the defendant argued.
Minneapolis
March 27

Question of motive hangs over 2 Minneapolis homicides

Both victims were shot on consecutive days on the North Side.
Coronavirus
March 27
A rubber-gloved shopper carried paper towels and other supplies recently through the downtown Minneapolis skyway.

Skyways in Minneapolis, Duluth are cutting hours or closing altogether

Minneapolis' skyways are owned by each building, and as a result have different hours of operation.
Coronavirus
March 27
Some of Minneapolis’ most popular parks, including at Lake of the Isles, have seen a rush of people seeking a break from their homes.

Minneapolis to close some parkways so runners, walkers can spread out

The Park Board is expecting to close other parkways, but hasn't said which ones.
Coronavirus
March 27
Kim Bartmann at Barbette in 2018.

Workers at Kim Bartmann restaurants in Mpls. went unpaid after closures

Bartmann responded by saying she is doing everything she can to secure funding to pay her employees what they're due.
Minneapolis
March 27
Minneapolis
March 26

Motorist who crashed on I-94 in Minneapolis last week has died

Patrol also said troopers suspected he was impaired at the time.
Minneapolis
March 25
Crews boarded up one of the buildings severely damaged by Sunday’s fire. The Red Cross is helping five displaced residents.

Probe: Fire on Minneapolis' Central Avenue tied to electrical fireplace

The fireplace was in one of the apartments above a restaurant, according to a Fire Department report.
Coronavirus
March 24
Twins Stadium parking ramp in Minneapolis.

COVID-19 crimps downtown Minneapolis parking business

Drivers can cancel downtown parking contracts, but few have.
Coronavirus
March 24
An estimated $45 million to $125 million loss in revenue from the business closures and other measures taken to fight the spread of the coronavirus

Coronavirus will cost Minneapolis millions in lost revenue

One council member sees the city resorting to "major reductions in service."
Coronavirus
March 24
The walking path at Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis was full of people out for fresh air on March 17. The Park Board is urging people to practice soc

It's too close for comfort on wildly popular Minneapolis park paths

Park Board echoes health advice: Enjoy nature, but stay 6 feet apart.
Minneapolis
March 24
Rainer Drolshagen

FBI names agency veteran to lead Minneapolis field office

The FBI has named agency veteran Rainer S. Drolshagen to head up its Minneapolis field office, replacing current Special-Agent-in-Charge Jill Sanborn, who is heading…