Minneapolis mayor says repealing ACA would be a 'disaster'

Minneapolis mayor says repealing ACA would be a 'disaster'

Minneapolis mayor says cities would have to bear the costs.

New Hennepin County pilot program uses small businesses to renovate tax-forfeited homes

February 25
New Hennepin County pilot program uses small businesses to renovate tax-forfeited homes
The program, estimated to cost $1.2 million, aims to give small businesses experience on larger projects, and put women- and minority-owned companies to work.

HCMC, Nice Ride partner on new program to help people with mental illness by providing free bikes

February 25
HCMC, Nice Ride partner on new program to help people with mental illness by providing free bikes
The innovative effort starts its second year on April 1.
Minneapolis
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Man charged with aiming car at Mpls. officers, prompting police to shoot at vehicle

The Minneapolis man is charged with first-degree assault, a felony.
Minneapolis
9:45am

Kids learn moves from Bieber's dancer

Jordan Ward, a dancer who's toured with Justin Bieber, taught kids some moves at Lucy Laney Elementary school in north Minneapolis.
Minneapolis
9:16am
Eligio, a member at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, took care of his two sons, born after he came to the U.S. looking for work. “We don’t have to be afraid. The only thing we are doing is working hard.”

Minnesota city of immigrants braces for raids, deportations

In Worthington, some families are "living in fear" while others applaud an emphasis on stepped-up enforcement of immigration rules.
South Metro
1:07am

Leaning on their own outdoors lives, and connecting with young people

These Minnesota outdoors leaders are trying to open the door to the natural world for people of all backgrounds.
Minneapolis
February 27

Protesters snarl rush-hour traffic, denounce Trump, urge $15 minimum wage

About 200 people marched on Monday evening through downtown Minneapolis.
Minneapolis
February 27

Downtown Minneapolis' Skyway Senior Center may close at the end of March

Site expected to close at end of March after effort to hand over operations to Ecumen fails.
Minneapolis
February 27

Seeking 'gender inclusivity,' U sheds homecoming king and queen titles

Two students, regardless of gender, will be homecoming "royalty"starting this fall.
Minneapolis
February 26

Woman killed in Mpls. crash is ID'd; other driver may have been impaired

A motorist who was killed in a collision that authorities suspect involved alcohol use by the other driver was identified Sunday as a woman who…
Minneapolis
February 26
Exterior view of the 24th Street entrance to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Shoving match erupts inside Minneapolis Institute of Art

In a gallery of valuable 18th-century European art, three people who appeared to be neo-Nazis fought with several others in another group of activists, a witness said Sunday.
Minneapolis
February 25

Woman killed, man arrested in Minneapolis collision that police call alcohol-related

After the two vehicles crashed, one hit a tree and the other hit a parked car, police said.
Minneapolis
February 25

26-year-old man jailed after Minneapolis police shooting incident

Mpls. officer fired at man's car when he allegedly sped toward them.
Minneapolis
February 25

Richard Johnson, the "Music Man" of Roosevelt High School, dies at age 92

Richard Johnson felt music in his bones, and enabled countless teenagers to feel it in their hearts. From 1963 to 1983, Johnson led the band…
Minneapolis
February 25
Minneapolis police spokesman Corey Schmidt at City Hall on Friday.

Police: Officer fires at speeding car in Minneapolis

The incident took place in the East Phillips neighborhood.
Minneapolis
February 24
Spencer Nichols, 18, faces charges of first-degree drug sale of 50 or more grams of a narcotic in a 90-day span, plus second-degree drug possession.

Feds charge U student with trafficking ecstasy from his dorm room

Spencer Nichols, 18, faces charges of a first-degree drug sale of 50 or more grams of a narcotic in a 90-day span, plus second-degree drug possession.
Minneapolis
February 24

U.S. Bank Stadium oversight panel closes out era of Kelm-Helgen, Mondale

Incoming Chair Blatz comes on board with lots of questions in first session.
Celebrities
February 24

100 women pack Mpls. tattoo shop to get inked with 'Nevertheless, she persisted'

Over a nine-hour span, Twin Cities women lined up to get the exact same tattoo.
Minneapolis
February 24

HCMC cutting 131 jobs through layoffs amid budget pinch

Protesting workers fault the Minneapolis hospital's bloated management, spending for the financial problems that cost workers' jobs.
Minneapolis
February 23
Kathleen Blatz is the only current board member not connected to the suite misuse.

Kathleen Blatz selected as interim chief of U.S. Bank Stadium panel

Gov. Dayton appoints former chief justice as interim chair to "turn the page."
South Metro
February 23

Woman charged with ID theft, fraud across Twin Cities

Police say the woman was videotaped trying to use pilfered credit and debit cards.
Local
February 23
Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff addressed a school...

Mpls. superintendent's letter pinpoints $28 million budget gap for coming academic year

Mpls. Superintendent Ed Graff plans reductions to Central Services, school allocations and reserve usage to address this.