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The overlook will be the first new access to the river for the North Side in almost 20 years.
In the meantime, Lola on the Lake is serving from a food truck near the site on weekends.
Marla’s Caribbean Cuisine drew people in with slow-cooked meals, warm hospitality and tingling spices. The south Minneapolis restaurant was featured on food shows, including the…
Most households inspected by the city during a pilot program last winter shoveled their sidewalks within 24 hours of a snowstorm. But council members and pedestrians say the city still has work to do.
After Virginia Beach shootings, council member calls for guarded entries, other changes.
Minneapolis assessor's office overrun with rise in homeowners' requests.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey nominated Kim Keller to stay on as the official overseeing the city’s inspection and regulatory agency after she stepped into the…
The state lacks authority to restore the Dakota name. But that's only part of the story.
As the fire investigation continues, the man in the video has not been arrested, and the woman caught on camera is not considered a suspect, police said.
The group wants details after four Somali-American teens were handcuffed by park police at Minnehaha Park last year.
Population growth is behind the drop, said Trust for Public Land, which ranked St. Paul No. 2.
The two people were captured on camera standing around the pavilion at the time of the fire, according to officials. Sparks appear to be flying in one of the photos.
At Powderhorn Shark Tank, established and aspiring business owners look to make their dreams reality
Bow tie makers, thrift shop owners, bakers and more competed for cash prizes and a chance to grow their business.
Lola on the Lake plans to use food trucks after ravaging fire.
The ban was one of the goals listed in the 2040 plan approved last year. Existing ones would be grandfathered in, but none could be added.
Despite a court ruling that reversed the renaming of Lake Calhoun to Bde Maka Ska, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is moving to scrub the Calhoun name from surrounding parkways and parkland.
The city has enough reserves to pay the settlement, which the city's actuaries consider an "anomaly."
Brian Zachek's therapy is a tool now common in hospices, hospitals and retirement homes around the Twin Cities.
Two community gardens in south Minneapolis are losing their plots.
U may help revise the plan for neighborhood organizations.
Residents want to be able to buy buildings once owned by embattled landlord Frenz.
The 27-year-old suspect from Brooklyn Park had been convicted on a charge of fleeing police just weeks before Wednesday's fatal crash at N. 36th and Aldrich avenues in Minneapolis.
Hundreds commented on Mpls. plan to cut funds to neighborhood groups that didn't diversify on time.
Seeding of native plants is likely to begin in summer, end by fall.
Four council members voted against using public financing for the Seward complex.
Trump recited a number of GOP selling points for the tax cuts, which Democrats opposed for conferring most of its benefits on the wealthy and large corporations.
One of downtown's main drags is due for a major renovation.
The City Council is now considering other restrictions once ban on new shops ends this summer.
Riders use upper- and lower-body strength, not pedals, to move along the track.
The cost of maintaining single-family homes is far outpacing what the federal government is providing the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.
The sweeping recommendations would help deal with a "public health emergency and epidemic," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said.
Mpls. Park Board told the center's supporters that a deal is still possible.
The multiphase project, which is already underway, aims to bring mixed-income housing to an industrial area.
Consumers are embracing CBD and hemp products for health problems, despite a lack of research.
Family and friends remembered Sumada for her compassion and upbeat personality.
Since 2015, Mississippi Mushrooms has cultivated several varieties in the middle of the former Upper Harbor Terminal.
Minneapolis City Council to vote on transfer in response to court ruling.
The services are funded by a settlement over air pollution concerns at Northern Metals Recycling.
Golf isn't all that's on the table as Mpls. Park Board weighs final plans for future of Hiawatha course
An aquatic driving range, a BMX track, an amphitheater and more could be part of the redesigned Hiawatha Golf Club in south Minneapolis, according to concept plans for the property released this month.
The Park Board is looking to officially name the lot known as the Cepro site.
Hundreds of drivers were ticketed or towed this week after St. Paul and Minneapolis imposed single-side parking rules on residential streets.
Almost 226,000 rides were taken on the rental scooters last year, and this year there could be 2,000 of the two-wheeled vehicles.
The city is seeking to improve pedestrian, biking and public transit infrastructure as part of the 2040 comprehensive plan.
With Minneapolis' first amphitheater, city walks fine line between national and community attraction
Minneapolis riverfront plan has raised concerns for North Siders about their role in redevelopment.
The redevelopment of 48 acres along the Mississippi River includes an amphitheater, park space and hundreds of housing units.
Firefighter was injured after being forbidden to wear prescription shoes.
People can only park on the odd-numbered sides of streets and both sides of snow emergency routes.
Loring Park's dandelion-shaped fountain has been the backdrop for countless engagement proposals and wedding photos in downtown Minneapolis throughout the decades. Now, it's getting a…
Critics of the Upper Harbor Terminal plan, however, remain more cautious than optimistic.
Holes must be drilled in walls of older residences to check for insulation.
Downtown's population has risen steadily for years now. Four new residential buildings contributed to an increase in 2017, and more units opened up last year.
Of 1,422 cars towed during the year's first two snow emergencies, only 16 were in southwest Minneapolis. City officials say they have to tow more cars in more densely populated neighborhoods to get the job done.
The city renewed the contract because of its success in finding permanent housing for its clients.
It may be open for the homeless again if subzero temperatures return, authorities said.
The 46-year-old reported the death to police, the Anoka County Sheriff's Office said.
North Mpls. neighbors seek greater role in redevelopment plan.
Leaders shared concerns on diversity initiative to bring local associations firmly under City Hall.
Groups fight city, argue changes will cause lasting environmental damage.
The three-story facility would replace an aging, one-story building, their busiest clinic in the state.
Public Works just wants everyone to make an effort.
Minneapolis weighs linking funding to diverse leadership.
The library hosted the first event in its new "Vinyl Revival" series, which aims to bring attention to the thriving audio format.
Flights to "sunny destinations" contributed to a busy Saturday for travelers and TSA employees.
Development plans in the commercial district have previously caused strife.
The curator of the Midstream Reading Series died of a heart attack on Dec. 31, shortly after moving into a senior living community.
High school students wanted their own place to socialize, study and destress. So they created one.
He is accused of falsifying evidence in an effort to get a 2016 suit dismissed.
Put into storage in 1988, the seal is to be displayed in the lobby of a new municipal office building.
A group wants to stop construction of a condominium near the landmark.
Tickets for the country megastar's May 4 concert at U.S. Bank Stadium sold out within an hour Friday.
Historic flooding in 2014 eroded stream banks and ruined trails and habitat.
Village Financial aims to stop predatory lending, support black businesses.
Dozens in Hennepin County disrupt meeting, demand an end to technical parole violations.
The nearly unanimous vote was a victory for City Council President Lisa Bender, who says it "sets a bold vision" for Minneapolis.
The latest decision by Hennepin County District Judge Joseph R. Klein means the vote to submit the city's development blueprint is going on as scheduled.
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