The city waived $258,850 in rental fees for the 5-day baseball enthusiast event. MLB also got steep discounts for convention center security, audiovisual rentals, vacuuming and food.
Updated: July 23, 2014, - 10:39 AM
Key job oversees number of city departments
Updated: July 22, 2014, - 08:22 PM
The arrival of light rail to the University of Minnesota has conjured dreams of remaking a forgotten industrial area into a self-sustaining neighborhood, one that planners say would be unlike any other in the country.
Updated: July 18, 2014, - 11:33 PM
Car services such as UberX let people chauffeur own vehicles, finding passengers on apps.
Updated: July 18, 2014, - 09:41 PM
City leaders are considering whether to transition from latex paint to the use of more durable — and expensive — materials. These heavy-duty crosswalks would be melted onto the street with heaters, in some cases, or just glued there.
Updated: July 16, 2014, - 07:58 AM
Years of planning and work are about to fulfilled as Minneapolis takes advantage of the showcase that is the Midsummer Classic.
Updated: July 13, 2014, - 06:35 AM
The full City Council will vote on the measure next week.
Updated: July 08, 2014, - 11:33 PM
DFL primary for legislative post has divided Minneapolis’ Somali-American community.
Updated: July 08, 2014, - 05:26 AM
A Metro Transit analysis shows 462 Twin Cities stops qualify for shelters, but don't have them. The need for shelters is starkest downtown, down Franklin Avenue and along Penn and Fremont avenues on the North Side.
Updated: July 07, 2014, - 09:46 AM