Minneapolis officials are taking early steps toward joining Seattle and San Francisco in becoming “zero waste” cities where just about every scrap of trash is recycled.
Updated: May 12, 2014, - 06:00 AM
It is suing Minneapolis on behalf of a planned street festival.
Updated: May 08, 2014, - 08:41 PM
In a rare display of emotion, Barb Johnson said she’s frustrated and angry at the time City Hall employees are spending on a plan to close racial disparities, noting the rampant gunshots and other problems afflicting her North Side ward.
Updated: May 08, 2014, - 06:10 AM
Part of a building near Lake Street and Pillsbury Avenue gave way around 8:45 a.m.
Updated: May 07, 2014, - 08:40 AM
As Minneapolis pushes to repair more old, crumbling roads, it is charging millions of dollars to people who own property on them, from a major golf course off Lake Calhoun to homeowners in Near North and Linden Hills to sprawling hospitals and colleges. Even churches and nonprofits foot their share of the bill.
Updated: April 27, 2014, - 09:00 PM
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges hewed to a familiar message in her first State of the City address Thursday, saying the...
Updated: April 25, 2014, - 05:55 AM
There’s been a surge in repair requests from Minneapolis residents, but location has played a role in levels of service.
Updated: April 21, 2014, - 10:08 AM
A 51-year-old Minneapolis bicyclist is still in critical condition after a crash involving a sport-utility vehicle at the corner of...
Updated: April 20, 2014, - 07:46 PM
Betsy Hodges and Chris Coleman tell their peers that racial inequalities must end.
Updated: April 11, 2014, - 11:48 PM