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St. Mary's University has decided it cannot host the event.
In a Facebook post, Minneapolis mayor says attacks started at age 8.
The Minneapolis City Council candidate who accused Council Member Alondra Cano of "Jim Crow tactics" for challenging the credentials of more than 100 delegates elected…
Two conventions with longtime incumbents adjourned without an endorsement.
Minneapolis Council Member Alondra Cano's challenge of Ninth Ward caucus results is an attempt to suppress the votes of East Africans, said her election challenger, Mohamed Farah.
In a statement, the Minneapolis mayor noted the story came out after she gave a speech criticizing President Trump.
A tentative settlement with the liquor store for a looser punishment was rejected. A new, stiffer penalty will be negotiated over the next month.
"I have said repeatedly that if Donald Trump is coming after our immigrant community, he's going to have to get through me first, through all the rest of Minneapolis first," said Betsy Hodges, who is running for re-election.
Marchers disagree on whether tipped workers should be covered by any Mpls. law
After helping to run Ilhan Omar's groundbreaking campaign, recent U grad is now organizing Ray Dehn's outsider bid for mayor.
Two Minneapolis City Council candidates have challenged the outcome of last week's DFL caucus in the Sixth Ward, a scene of chaos and confusion from which Council Member Abdi Warsame appears to have emerged victorious.
Campaign manager Jorge Contreras and Kyrstin Schuette, the organizing director, both said they resigned.
There is no proposal yet, but a majority of council members say they would support the increase.
They join mayor in opposing exemption for tipped workers.
Gary Schiff says he bears no responsibility for the mishandling of a federal grant by the now-defunct Council on Crime and Justice, but two people who worked on the project say the project's failure is partly the fault of the Minneapolis City Council candidate.
James Carroll parachuted into a maze of canals and hedgerows 13 miles from the beach at Normandy to cut off German troops on…
Caucus results haven't been tallied and will only be partial even once completed. But reports from about 20 DFL insiders across the city point to a three-way endorsement race at the Minneapolis DFL convention on July 8.
It was chaotic in the Sixth Ward, where hundreds crowded into a small gym and later moved outside. About 800 people showed up to caucus at South High School, the site for all caucuses in the Ninth Ward.
Process favors insiders, mayoral challenger says.
Newly energized groups, many of them suspicious of traditional power brokers in the Minneapolis DFL, have produced and organized a raft of videos and caucus 101 sessions at coffeehouses and beer halls.
The effort will be focused on eliminating the public intoxication and catcalling that businesses in the area say are damaging the downtown Minneapolis experience.
City says it did not ask her to make a $200K deposit.
Any minimum wage hike should target support staff, an industry group says.
Hodges enters her fourth year as mayor amid skepticism that she and the chief have the close-knit relationship needed to adequately police a big city.
In a contract dispute, the city wants her to return a house she bought for $2.
Although the federal review found the city's handling of the protests was "peaceful," it also said a breakdown in communication from City Hall on down to cops on the streets hindered the proper response.
Incumbent Alondra Cano, is an outspoken progressive with an activist's instincts. Former Council Member Gary Schiff and nonprofit founder Mohamed Farah, are stressing the need for development and public safety.
They say the proposal for low-income people could 'destabilize the market.'
The Minneapolis store will lose its license for a month after defying liquor law.
ESPN is seeking up to $1 million in annual subsidies to extend its contract to hold the X Games in Minneapolis through 2020. U.S. Bank Stadium…
Censure and apology did not satisfy a contingent of party insiders.
The Park Board has asked the City Council to delay action for 30 days.
A country official said he has 'deep concerns' over resolution.
Incumbent Betsy Hodges and five challengers bring variety of views.
Event organized by those who support a carveout for tipped workers.
No one was injured, but a car got a nasty dent from the pole, installed about 20 years ago.
Minneapolis mayor's stance against tips makes many servers nervous.
While drivers and pedestrians have seen barricades and bumps along the mall for months, signs of progress are largely hidden beneath the pavement on the $50 million project.
Minneapolis mayor says cities would have to bear the costs.
The Minneapolis DFL explored whether Green Party Council Member Cam Gordon is vulnerable.
The new date would avoid conflicts with Ramadan and Twin Cities Pride.
In a kickoff at the State Theatre, Hoch said the city's leaders are reactive, "playing small ball" and failing to raise the city's national profile.
He hasn't announced a run yet, saying that he's still exploring.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges took to Facebook on Tuesday to apologize that someone in her campaign created a job posting for a fictitious campaign to draft opponent Jacob Frey for Congress.
Fake job listing is latest twist in Mpls. mayoral campaign.
The June 24 convention conflicts with Ramadan and the Twin Cities Pride Festival.
State law allows legislators to use their campaign money to run for governor, but the rules are less clear for local elections.
The new president has set off a competition among local politicians over who can denounce him the loudest.
Noor takes on Warsame in Mpls. City Council race.
The landlord who was fined $187,390 for “bad faith litigation conduct” in housing court last week donated to Mayor Betsy Hodges’ campaign, and her…
Neither wants to focus their campaigns on the fact that they are transgender, but both are aware of the historical significance of their candidacies.
Counties could lose federal funding if they don't comply.
Jacob Frey raised more than $100,000 as a City Council member.
Mohamed Farah, executive director of the Somali nonprofit Ka Joog, is also running for council in the ward.
Earlier, Sens. Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar on Sunday morning blasted the presidential order and called it "irresponsible" and "probably unconstitutional."
Minnesota Chamber lobbyists are also fighting local labor ordinances at the Legislature.
The first event at Mercado Central drew about 60 people on both sides of debate.
Such an action could have wide-ranging impact in the Twin Cities.
Village Market owner said work would ease concerns; city said it's already too big.
Minneapolis council member wants to use leftover cash in run for mayor.
The new effort aims to understand the economic disparities in the state.
The $4 million project is part of an effort to improve areas near light-rail station.
The group is tasked with advising the city on workplace issues.
Warsame says residents need alternatives to two problem-plagued malls owned by the Sabri family.
Minneapolis says it will still try to collect $274,000.
Under pressure from activists, Mpls. weighs tools to limit increases.
A related lawsuit against a doctor is set for trial.
Frey, an attorney who represents parts of downtown and Northeast, presented himself as a candidate in the mold of R.T. Rybak.
Already an island of blue in the red sea of the Upper Midwest, Minneapolis could double down on that status if riled up progressives prevail.
Junauda Petrus said she wrote the poem in response to President-elect Donald Trump's comments about women.
PART 3: Small towns are good places to raise kids, but more jobs and education opportunities are in the metro area -- where lower-income housing in desirable neighborhoods is hard to find.
The catch is that many of them found success only by moving out of farm country -- and fewer and fewer kids are growing up there.
A mother of six escaped the South Side of Chicago, moved to Minneapolis "for my kids" — and landed in Chaska as part of a social experiment.
The DFL legislator says the city "must do better."
Critics say Hodges' reversal on minimum wage is all about the 2017 election.
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