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Growing network in Minneapolis and St. Paul frustrates critics; supporters say cars can't always be king.
The city will begin accepting license applications Dec. 1.
The West Broadway Public Market would include gathering space, shops and a restaurant.
Hoch's platform is built on love for his hometown and the issues that keep it ticking.
Mpls. City Council committee approves regulations for Airbnb and other hosts.
Dehn's focus on racial equity, criminal justice is fueled by his own experiences.
Some who answered "yes" on survey cite confusion.
Mayoral hopefuls disagree on how to fix shortage.
Frey released the plan to curb downtown crime as part of his mayoral platform.
Lance Redfield ordered to provide rent abatement, make repairs to property.
The Trump administration on Friday scrapped Obama-era guidance on investigating campus sexual assault, replacing it with new instructions that allow universities to require higher standards of evidence when handling complaints.
Voters can vote in person or cast absentee ballots before Election Day on Nov. 7.
The council also approved the separation agreement with former police Chief Janeé Harteau.
The group wants the council to adopt policies protecting immigrant residents.
Hodges has also won support from SEIU, OutFront Minnesota and WomenWinning.
The ordinance, which took effect July 1, requires employers to allow employees working in Minneapolis to earn one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked, up to 48 hours a year.
Chairman Dan McConnell's resignation stemmed from a March effort to remove him. Treasurer Tim Bonham faced a complaint.
The Minneapolis business community hosted the debate.
Settlement includes $600,000 for asthma, lead programs.
Wirth Cooperative Grocery, a decade in the works, is open for business.
Ruling reaffirms the list of six people who are eligible to inherit the $100 million to $300 million fortune.
As as city reduces spots to encourage biking and transit, the cost is going up.
Remaining Prime Place tenants now told units won't be ready for school.
The traditional path to Minneapolis City Hall starts at the neighborhood level, with a stint lobbying the powerful about potholes and controversy close to home…
Minneapolis City Council will vote next week on a $6.2 million contract.
The industrial site at 26th Street and Minnehaha Avenue has sat empty for years.
City leaders have approved nearly $4.7 million in extra expenses during the past year, as designs changed, bigger trees were brought in and workers put in longer hours.
In Minneapolis, plastic bags are still free — for now. On Friday, the City Council delayed voting on an ordinance that would attach a 5-cent fee to bags that retailers provide.
Paper or plastic? It won't matter. Both will cost 5 cents per bag if the measure passes.
The crowd came together in a show of unity after a day of violence in Charlottesville, Va.
The department is urging parents not to let their children play with toy guns in public.
Revised ordinance applies to plastic and paper bags and would take effect by October 2018.
Students were to move in to Prime Place apartments in September but now can't until end of December.
North Minneapolis street has struggled to attract businesses for years.
The vote was the culmination of a community-led effort to reduce access to menthol tobacco.
Thomas Dooley knew exactly what he believed — and the people around him knew it, too.
City Council members called for work to eliminate racial, socioeconomic disparities.
After committee approval, the full council is poised to OK the restrictions.
Mayoral candidate is first to turn in list of donors.
State money will supplement Met Council grants for remediation.
Tobacco companies and retailers are pushing back against Minneapolis leaders' move to restrict the sales of menthol cigarettes in the city.
In an interview, the mayor said the fatal shooting of Justine Damond should not have happened — and that the lack of body camera footage is unacceptable.
Tiffini Flynn Forslund faces misdemeanor charges.
The three council members also want the corporation to divest from private prisons and immigration detention centers.
The mayor and police chief disagreed over whether Delmonico should lead the Fourth Precinct.
Money would complete parts of Downtown East Commons park near U.S. Bank Stadium.
The housing authority says the group's concerns are unfounded.
The downtown Minneapolis plaza is expected to be renovated by May 2019.
The city already limits the sale of other flavored tobacco products.
The move, years in the making and not fully phased in until 2024, will affect hundreds of businesses and thousands of workers across the city.
The City Council is expected to approve the minimum wage ordinance on Friday.
Council vote expected Friday; small-business phase-in to last until 2024.
The Minneapolis City Council will vote this week on a $15 minimum wage.
City Council members had asked for alternatives to big banks.
The wage increase could pass by the end of June.
The beloved teacher spent her four-decade career in the Minneapolis Public Schools.
The city and Kmart's parent company haven't reached an agreement to move the store.
A former Minnesota legislator has been hired as Minneapolis' chief resilience officer, a new position that coordinates the city's work on urban challenges from housing…
Without a clear model, businesses trying cuts, higher prices in test cities.
Nicollet Mall closed to vehicles in July 2015. The many months of construction have drawn complaints from business owners and pedestrians, in part because much of the early work was underground and progress was invisible. Most of the work will be completed by November, but some detail and landscaping work will continue into 2018.
Many popular commercial corridors will eventually cede part of the roadway to designated lanes for bicycles. The shift is already fanning the debate about safety, traffic congestion and lost parking in front of shops and homes. But there's another concern: How can people with disabilities navigate these new streets safely?
The ordinance banning plastic bags was supposed to go into effect June 1.
The agency is preparing for 10 years of capital improvements.
For now, shoppers and businesses are preparing for the change.
Republicans are expected to send the preemption measure to Gov. Mark Dayton as an individual bill, and Dayton would veto it.
As many as 500 properties are seen as opportunity to some.
High-end student housing is cropping up in the traditionally affordable neighborhood.
The city has not yet reached a deal to reopen the Nicollet corridor.
About 50 people demonstrated downtown Tuesday.
Movie nights, hip-hop dance and outdoor concerts are among the park's summer slate of activities.
The downtown corridor is expected to reopen by the end of November, with a few finishing touches to come the following spring.
Some like the idea of bike lanes along E. 38th Street, but others are worried about losing parking.
In the Third Ward, Fletcher won after another candidate withdrew her bid.
The long-empty theater may reopen as a retail space.
St. Paul City Attorney Sammy Clark summed up the city's response in an one-word email Tuesday: "Hooray!"
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