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City officials concerned about protecting data.
A state law enacted a decade ago threatens to scramble Minneapolis elections, forcing City Council members to contemplate running for office twice in four years.…
"This was just a tragedy for everyone involved," City Council President Lisa Bender said after the vote.
City Council's decision on Friday ends a monthslong debate over their drive-throughs.
The city is poised to reverse its earlier decision to block the businesses.
The measure would give property owners until 2032 to add sprinklers to most high-rise buildings constructed before the sprinkler mandates took effect.
Minneapolis, the county will pay for analysts.
Raises of up to 7% would cost the city about $1.5 million; mayoral approval is needed.
Meet Minneapolis says it has made changes since a 2018 audit found it inflated its economic impact.
His appointment would leave an opening on the Minneapolis City Council.
Some were still seeking housing as the Red Cross shelter closed.
"The battle over our minimum wage ordinance is over," said Mayor Jacob Frey.
The Minneapolis mayor talks about his second year in office, President Donald Trump, and what's next for the city.
A former firefighter sued for disability discrimination.
Relief officials say no Drake evacuees will be turned out on the street.
Officials say they are working to get people into long-term housing.
To clear through the backlog, city and Hennepin County officials are expanding on a relationship they already had with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
The money will be used to pay damage deposits, rent.
Careless smoking blamed for many deadly fires.
Many leaders in Minnesota have endorsed the senator, citing her policy proposals and her track record.
Many record, photos and more items required for insurance claims were lost in the Christmas Day blaze.
More than 200 people lost their homes when the blaze started around 3 a.m. Christmas Day and spread throughout the building.
People left homeless by the Christmas Day fire at the former Francis Drake Hotel should soon be receiving cash, gift cards and other essentials, leaders…
The city requires businesses to charge the fees — which stay with the businesses — but said it won't start fining stores that violate the rules until the summer, after a six-month education period.
Minneapolis Foundation has doled out $75K so far for housing, gift cards
Next year, the first policies will be rolled out, and we'll begin to see how they change the city.
The families left homeless will begin moving Friday night to an unnamed hotel in Bloomington. A long-term housing solution remains a concern.
An exterior inspection of the building determined that the eastern portion cannot be salvaged.
The tears flowed only slightly slower than the drinks at BJ’s Liquor Lounge on Monday. After 40 years in the business, Minneapolis’ last neighborhood strip…
A city investigation found no employees at the Pizza Hut, 1101 Hennepin Av., or the Potbelly Sandwich Shop in the IDS Center downtown received pay for sick leave this year.
Officer Yvonne "Bonnie" Edwards alleges that a supervisor, Sgt. Andy Stender, harassed her and the city did little to stop his behavior. The City Council approved a $225,000 during a closed-door meeting.
Developers would need to include low-income units for 20 years.
Affordable housing and a full police cadet class are among the highlights of the budget, which carries the largest property tax levy increase in a decade.
Gudoomiyihii hore ee Minnesota Gud. Arne Carlson: "Waxa ay ila tahay in aan ku fashilanay" in rusheeyayaasha waajib laga dhigo dhismayaasha dhaadheer ee gaboobay.
Carlson laba jeer ayuu codka diidmada ku hor istaagay rusheeyayaasha ka dib markii Waaxda Maamulka Guryaha Dadweynaha ee Minneapolis iyo kooxo kale cabasho ka muujiyeen in qorshahaas aanu wehlin dhaqaale lagu hirgeliyo.
Carlson twice vetoed broader sprinkler mandates after the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority and other groups complained that retrofit proposals didn't come with any money.
The investigation into the accidental fire that killed five people at the Cedar High Apartments in Minneapolis will remain open, and the cause could be updated if investigators receive additional information.
Mayor Jacob Frey's proposal comes with a 6.95% property tax levy increase.
In the hours after the blaze at Cedar High Apartments, Minneapolis Fire Chief John Fruetel suggested they could have helped.
The city's path to reimbursement for the $542,733 spent is unclear.
Minneapolis would be the first city in Minnesota to ban the controversial practice.
It comes after the state blocked bag bans.
Disputed practice seeks to change gender identity, sexual orientation.
But preliminary property bills could change after city councils set budgets.