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Council members pledged to craft a new policy that will hold up in court.
Dismissing court appeal, neighbors look for more affordability in controversial St. Paul housing project
In early June, Frogtown residents challenged the mayor's veto power.
Thanks to high vaccination rates, summer weather and the lifting of Minneapolis and St. Paul mask mandates, June has marked a reanimation of Minnesota's metropolitan core after more than a year of COVID-induced inactivity. The signs of revival are everywhere.
The city's extensive underground spaces have been home to sand mines, mushroom farms and even nightclubs.
Now, housing advocates' focus will shift to educating voters about the proposed 3% cap to rent increases on residential properties.
Neighbors have said the property has attracted crime.
Measure would give laid-off hospitality workers right to be rehired.
Mayor Jacob Frey said he has learned from an existing program in St. Paul.
As soon as workers finished, protesters began parking cars and piling pallets to barricade the streets once again. Mayor Jacob Frey declined to say when he thought traffic would flow again.
Council members say they want to continue allowing residents to weigh in remotely.
The move comes two weeks after Minnesota's statewide mandate was lifted.
Licensing error could open door to potential zoning changes.
Council members said they plan to craft a scaled-back version of the ordinance.
The St. Paul mayor is up for re-election in November.
Organizers said they are optimistic the event will return in 2022.
The group was created to suggest alternatives to traditional 911 responses by police.
The St. Paul police hopes to train the recruits this fall.
At two incidents early Sunday, people threw rocks and other debris at Minneapolis police or sprayed mace as the officers responded to calls over street racing in Uptown and during bar close downtown.
The international cruise line will offer a 15-day itinerary from St. Paul to New Orleans.
The veto allowed developer Alatus to move forward with a controversial housing project.
The 42-year-old first-term mayor of Minnesota's capital city has no high-profile opponents.
California-based Lime and Bird to deploy a combined fleet of 1,200.
No arrests had been made as of Sunday afternoon.
Police said no arrests had been made as of Sunday afternoon.
Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher's shows on Facebook and YouTube have attracted more than 13 million views since last July. A proposed council resolution says he drove the wrong way down a one-way street in pursuit of a stolen car and failed to wear a body camera.
The council voted 5-2 to seek a non-binding opinion from the attorney general.
Mourners including the state's top political leaders filled a north Minneapolis church Thursday to honor the life of a 20-year-man killed by Brooklyn Center police and demand justice.
Next year, say hello to Gateway Park, Assembly Union Park, Uŋči Makha Park and Míča Park.
In response to a lawsuit filed by landlords, the judge said the new policy is likely unconstitutional.
Stung by criticism after riots last spring, state and local officials have opted for a massive presence to maintain law and order.
Highland Bridge plan will construct 195 affordable units at Ford plant site.
The curfews go into effect at 10 p.m. Tuesday, with earlier curfews in Brooklyn Park, Champlin.
The curfew in Hennepin, Ramsey, Anoka and Dakota counties is from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. Tuesday
Decades before the word "retarded" was widely considered an offensive term, 23-year-old Clifford Poetz urged federal lawmakers to stop using the label he felt was…
The X Games gold medalist filmed stunts at iconic Duluth sites, including one that accidentally landed him in Lake Superior.
Tacos Tacos Tacos owner was inspired by street vendors in Mexico.
A recent dredging project, a temporary fix, deposited old metal shards on beach.
Data show arrests, use of force target people of color disproportionately.
The apartments would primarily serve the elderly and medically vulnerable.
Vaccine rollout and recent warm weather may be driving more visits. Some area resorts have already sold out for Easter weekend.
"Bible in a Year" soared to No. 1 on Apple's podcast charts, is still near the top.
The 2021 shipping season is slated to start next week.
Officer claims he heard shots before opening fire.
The 46 new sites are on track to open this fall.
Ex-Cloquet chief Steve Stracek will head the patrol division.
Organizers of the Duluth event, scheduled for June 17-19, have teamed up with world experts on crowd control to devise a plan to safely host 9,500 runners in the three races.
Staff from programs currently housed in the building expressed concerns about relocation.
When temps drop enough, ice racing leagues pop up on frozen lakes in communities across the Midwest
Revenue at the publicly funded tourism draw dropped $5.8 million in 2020.
The city also plans to renovate its Enger Park course, Duluth's other public golf facility.
Owner wants to turn Duluth into sauna capital of North America
Their fishing equipment and beer are still floating up the North Shore, though.
Separate litigation between the city of Duluth and the property's former owner remains ongoing.
Two deputies shot and killed Estavon Elioff late last year.
In late January, a judge ordered the city to brace the damaged property's exterior and prepare for future repairs.
Following in his mother's dog sled tracks, a young musher led his own team in the Beargrease.
Erin Letzring edged out her ex-husband in her first full marathon.
Erin Letzring of Skagway, Alaska, edged out defending champion Ryan Redington to become the first female musher to win the Duluth-to-Grand Portage race since 1998.
After almost a year of canceled events and missed traditions due to COVID-19, participants and fans relished in the outdoors Sunday as the longest sled dog race in the Lower 48 kicked off.
Larger breweries are prohibited from selling growlers.
Cook County educator apologizes, says image was taken out of context.
The city must brace the property's exterior and seek estimates for further repairs.
Other dog sled races have been canceled, but the North Shore's Beargrease marathon will start Sunday, albeit with some modifications.
Environmentalists have argued the dredging project violates an old pact.
Officials hope the pandemic-stricken industry will come roaring back.
The country's 12th-largest marathon typically brings 20,000 participants and thousands of other visitors to Duluth each year.
Some of Trump's supporters in Minnesota dismissed impeachment as a "ridiculous charade."
Jared Fyle, who was injured by the shots, said the noise was caused by him kicking and locking his door.
An off-duty K-9 bit an employee at a hotel in Warroad in 2018.
Chief Mike Tusken said he is responding to calls for more accountability following the death of George Floyd.
Health orders and budget woes created challenges, but organizers of sled dog race are still forging ahead.
The nonprofit attraction previously warned it was in danger of losing its new building.
Some argue the wilderness should remain off the grid, but others say it's a public safety issue.
The city's financial state is less dire than what officials predicted earlier in 2020.
Throughout this hectic summer tourism season, when businesses were at times overwhelmed by traffic, many residents worried: Would this be the week the out-of-towners caused a massive COVID-19 outbreak?