What's making news in Minneapolis:

Extras total $11 million in Central Corridor light rail contract: Item by item, big and small changes to the original contract for the largest stretch of the Central Corridor light-rail line have totaled $11 million. (Pat Doyle)

State integration task force adopts plan to close achievement gap: It's now up to the Legislature to sort out how Minnesota schools will use funds provided by the state integration program.The stakes for the city are high, because it currently gets as much as five times the per-student funding from integration money as some suburban districts. (Kim McGuire)

Affidavit: Driver of Senser SUV had light hair: Description of driver seen later near scene of the hit-and-run accident that killed Anousone Phanthavong more closely resembles Amy Senser's daughter. (Abby Simons)

Uptown's Suburban World theater can be yours for $899K: A movie theater unlike any other in Minneapolis, the Suburban World in the heart of Uptown has been put up for sale by the bank that took control of it after the property fell into foreclosure last year, according to Realtor Jesse Olson. (Matt McKinney)

Obituary: Educator, activist Doug Davis "lived his values": Active until days before his death Jan. 27 at age 91, Doug Davis was a passionate advocate for the bargaining rights of teachers and for senior health care. (Steve Brandt)