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The courts allowed the public to come view the evidence against Mohamed Noor for the first time since the guilty verdict.
An update from the 5-year-old's family says they are for "non-life threatening complications" related to the fall.
And in Ely, another officer had to administer "a verbal warning" to a persistent deer who wouldn't leave a man and his dog alone.
The suspect was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center.
Minnesota lawmakers plan to vote on what would be the state's first law governing the use of solitary confinement in prisons, limiting the use of…
Two dozen eateries applied for liquor licenses for the first time. With about 70 restaurants in the city eligible, more applications are likely on the way.
The motion opposes a request to block public viewing of exhibits.
Sen. Jeff Hayden called it "repulsive" that a doctor was testifying on behalf of a police stun gun manufacturer.
Jeffrey Ho is a sheriff's deputy, HCMC doctor, and Taser advocate — mixed allegiances that have raised questions.
Prosecutor seeks to hold back some exhibits, such as death scene images, saying the public's right to inspect evidence after the trial is "not absolute."
The concern was shared at a listening session with some of the city's top leaders, held in the neighborhood where Justine Ruszczyk Damond lived.
The City Council held a closed session to discuss the $50 million civil rights lawsuit brought by Justine Ruszczyk Damond's family.
As the City Council begins to implement the new zoning policies, other cities will be watching to see what happens — including what happens come election time.
The union said the mayor misrepresented an agreement this week.
Mayor Jacob Frey said Minneapolis will likely be the first city to ban the training, which critics say creates a higher likelihood for an unecessary use-of-force encounter with the public.
City, county officials and others met Friday to take stock in the navigation center — and where to go next.
A coalition of media and open government groups opposed Judge Kathryn Quaintance's earlier decision to shield the evidence.
News outlets argue that it's key evidence in trial.
The job eventually may be funded through the city's general fund.
In a court filing, a press coalition says the First Amendment prohibits blocking the public from seeing evidence in the courtroom.
A coalition of news organizations say the limitations will hinder coverage of the much-anticipated trial.
With Mohamed Noor's trial set to begin Monday, Judge Kathryn L. Quaintance cited the need to preserve "order and decorum."
A City Council committee approved new details on its contract with Association of Black Economic Power, the nonprofit behind Village Financial Cooperative.
St. Paul made a similar move on Thursday.
Parking restrictions for one side of residential streets ended 11 days early.
The city of Minneapolis has hired Ron Harris as its new chief resilience officer, a grant-funded position that will focus on affordable housing, climate change…
Crew recorded women officers in Minneapolis without formal approval.
The event is designed to allow the public to explore the city's architecture behind the scenes.
A divided Minnesota Court of Appeals panel upheld Minneapolis' $15 minimum wage ordinance, marking a victory for the city in the first major challenge of the labor law.
About 1,000 tenants in 18 buildings tied to Stephen Frenz are stuck in limbo as the case proceeds.
Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo defended the unfinished investigation into ketamine and cops.
The hospital system is expected to run about a $15 million budget deficit for 2018 and projects that to grow to around $20 million in 2019, according to two board members.
Pryor confirmed he's resigning but deferred to the hospital board as to the explanation.
A Hennepin County judge said the city can no longer operate Commons Park, a 4.2-acre green space next to U.S. Bank Stadium, beginning in May.
New policy would add an energy test to pre-sale home inspections.
When the trees began wilting en masse last summer, public works officials assured the public any necessary replacements would be covered financially by a warranty.
Can’t go into work because you’re watching the kids due to school cancellations this week? How about an elderly family member whose care center has…
The hospital contracted several outside investigations into its research in response to community uproar last summer.
No one seems to know why the contract didn't come to the council beforehand.
The arrangement will apply retroactively to April 2017, however, and police say the filming of a documentary on female officers is all but completed.
It comes months after the state's largest minority-owned company moved into a new North Side headquarters partially funded by Hennepin County.
Last year, Minneapolis residents voted with a 72 percent majority to ditch the spacing requirement, which meant restaurants were only eligible to serve liquor if they were located within a 7-acre area of commercially zoned businesses.
The barista was fired by Blackeye Roasting Co after the Dec. 18 incident with Andrea Jenkins.
The lawsuit says the city gave a sweetheart deal to the Vikings at taxpayer expense. Come Jan. 21, it's unclear who will operate the downtown park. Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal said her office plans to appeal.
Axon, formerly known as Taser International, paid Hennepin Healthcare more than $1.1 million for consulting and other fees since 2005, according to hospital contract records.
John Edwards and Carol Becker — an elected member of the Minneapolis Board of Estimate and Taxation — both claimed victory.
Hennepin Healthcare says shift to private security will be safer, but officials disagree.
Through music and movement, Gabriel Rodreick tells his story of living with a spinal-cord injury.
As a "prank," an officer decorated a tree in the north Minneapolis precinct with ornaments many called racist.
In a three-hour meeting, the City Council sorted out only a fraction of about 150 amendments to the plan on the agenda.
Nightclub threw one last bash before disappearing.
She alleges paramedics unnecessarily injected her with ketamine after 911 call.
Downtown businesses cautiously optimistic new strategy is calming after-hours chaos.
Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat voiced frustration Tuesday with Hennepin Healthcare's top leadership for a lack of transparency about their handling of the hospital's now-halted ketamine research.
The Minneapolis Planning Commission spent four hours listening to impassioned testimony from an overflow crowd over how the city should lay groundwork for anticipated growth over the next 22 years.
It accused Hennepin Healthcare of expediting research and not providing patient protections.
The public can comment Monday on a revised Minneapolis 2040 Plan.
The legendary automotive journalist worked at newspapers and magazines across the country, including as executive editor for Car and Driver.
Officials expect to make $1.75M on the event.
City inspectors had warned the club about its security precautions, council member says.
Noah Schuchman has told Mayor Jacob Frey he's leaving Nov. 2.
Cracks appeared in the building this summer after the start of excavation for a new building nearby. Tenants were given less than 72 hours' notice Friday to vacate the building.
Scott Busyn says he doesn’t want to bulldoze your neighborhood. President of Edina-based Great Neighborhood Homes, Busyn is among developers who see a business opportunity…
Mayor Jacob Frey said Wednesday that cities need to step up protections for immigrants during police encounters.
Robbery along a busy nightlife corridor looked like it was over — but then the gunman fired.
Protesters and others have been heckling, interrupting and derailing meetings.
Developers would have to build percentage of homes for lower-income tenants.
Boost will provide money for city services, other funding priorities.
Supporters say it doesn't go far enough, while detractors still dislike the citywide upzoning.
Owning a home is becoming more expensive in Minneapolis, and it's not just the booming real estate market.
Before voting 10-3 against the contract, several council members said paying Yates' firm $195,000 did not make fiscal sense
The former acting U.S. attorney general will lead a probe into whether police crossed the line.
City planners are scaling back some of their most far-reaching density goals for future development after facing criticism over a plan to allow fourplexes in every neighborhood.
Minneapolis restaurant owners seek city charter change via voters to discard another decades-old restriction on the sale of alcohol in the city.
To make 2014 goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80%, planners say the city needs to reduce driving trips in Minneapolis by 37%.
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