Mpls. mayor: Chief waited deliberately on sharing 4th Precinct pick

Mpls. mayor: Chief waited deliberately on sharing 4th Precinct pick

In the interview, Mayor Betsy Hodges maintains Lt. John Delmonico is not a right fit for the Fourth Precinct.

Palmisano, Cano win DFL endorsement in often contentious Mpls. conventions

April 29
Palmisano, Cano win DFL endorsement in often contentious Mpls. conventions
Otherwise, it was a difficult day as two other incumbents failed to win party signoff.

Tevlin: With a bike lane scuffle, spring begins in earnest in Minneapolis

April 29
Tevlin: With a bike lane scuffle, spring begins in earnest in Minneapolis
A group of Lyn-Lake business owners is angry with the city's plan to add protected bike lanes to two popular east-west corridors.
Minneapolis
April 29

Hundreds turn out in Minneapolis for march opposing Trump administration's policies on climate

Local demonstrators gathered to protest Trump's policies.
Minneapolis
April 29

The last graduates of Augsburg College

Augsburg College graduated its final class Saturday before it becomes Augsburg University.
Minneapolis
April 29

Juliet Linder, Minneapolis nursing leader who consulted nationally on cardiac pacemakers, dies

It was her optimism amid a 25-year battle with multiple sclerosis that her friends and family say they'll remember most. She was 66.
Minneapolis
April 29

Judge L. Howard Bennett, grandson of slave, broke race barriers in Minnesota, Minneapolis

Minnesota's first black judge won a seat as the first black member elected to the Minneapolis school board in 1963.
Minneapolis
April 29

Thor Cos. moves beyond general contracting into full-service provider

The state's largest minority-owned business is turning itself into a one-stop shop
Minneapolis
April 29
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges, right, and Police Chief Janee Harteau at an October news conference.

Mpls. mayor's text to police chief: 'Your call' and 'Love that'

Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges didn't object to an appointment of a new Fourth Precinct inspector until after the news was announced, Police Chief Janeé Harteau said.
Minneapolis
April 29
Some of the loose zinc panels are removed last year at U.S Bank Stadium. The entire exterior is being tested and studied by engineers and metallurgists.

Leaky walls, loose panels still plague U.S. Bank Stadium, with no clear fix

The new chief of the stadium oversight panel leaves open the possibility of wide-scale remediation needs.
Minneapolis
April 28
Ed Graff sits in on a meeting with the turnaround leaders at Richard G...

Minneapolis schools forced to cut hundreds of jobs to fill $28 million gap

Projections from the district this week represent a drop of nearly 300 full-time positions.
Super Bowl LII
April 28

Super Bowl Host Committee will pay back Minneapolis $5 million for services

The host committee must also purchase police liability insurance.
Home & Garden
April 28

Lost Twin Cities: Rare today, row houses were once a common sight here

Most of them fell into disrepair and were demolished before their unique structure gained appreciation.
Minneapolis
April 28

Sherman, city officials inaugurate $8 million renovation on North Side

The renovated car dealership was abandoned for nearly a decade.
Minneapolis
April 28

Denver developer closes in on 8-story tower near Lake Calhoun

Its effort to demolish a 1950s office building on the lake's north side to build a 200-unit residential tower moves forward.
Minneapolis
April 28
The internal disconnect between the Minneapolis mayor and police chief as well as the mayor’s public repudiation of the chief’s decision were the latest instances of their complicated relationship.

Mpls. mayor had 90 minutes' notice on 4th Precinct pick

In the latest sign of the leaders' tense relationship, Hodges is said to have told Harteau to undo the appointment of John Delmonico, or Hodges would undo it herself. Harteau left the task to the mayor.
Variety
April 28

St. Paul, Mpls. consider regulations on short-term rentals like Airbnb

The expected flood of visitors to Minnesota during next year's Super Bowl creates a deadline for cities to establish regulations.
Minneapolis
April 28

Twins at Minneapolis North High nab valedictorian, salutatorian honors

But it won't be long before they go their separate ways to college.
Minneapolis
April 28

Minneapolis City Council incumbents brace for tough DFL endorsing conventions

Three Minneapolis City Council incumbents expect battles to get seal of approval.
Minneapolis
April 27

Minn. Teacher of the Year leads Black National Anthem at White House

The nation’s top teachers were in the Oval Office with President Donald Trump Wednesday afternoon as part of their celebratory trip to Washington, D.C. After…
Minneapolis
April 27

Lander Group wants to remake area around 38th Street light-rail station in south Minneapolis

According to documents filed with city planners, it is planning a three-building, mixed-use project.
Minneapolis
April 27

Searchers scour Mississippi River for missing U of M student

He fell into water while meditating with a friend.
Minneapolis
April 27

Mpls. police ID both people hit by gunfire near downtown; man shot in stomach

The two showed up at HCMC in what turned out to be a stolen vehicle taken from the airport; no arrests yet.