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Backed against her Brooklyn Center apartment building with a group of neighbors, Endeshia Tolliver watched warily as a line of riot police launched less-lethal projectiles…
A city spokesman said the code enforcement team has received more than 20 complaints about the mural since September.
Worldwide Outreach for Christ has countered rising and ebbing gang influence at 38th and Chicago for nearly 40 years.
One victim, a 78-year-old woman, died at a hospital.
Lawyers with the Legal Rights Center are providing analysis and reactions throughout the livestreamed trial.
More City Council members want to give neighborhood a bigger say in land use
Robert F. Miller, born in Eugene, Ore., in 1939, was a restaurant cook whose boss realized he was made for something bigger. So Miller went…
City officials previously vowed to reopen 38th Street and Chicago Avenue after the trial of Derek Chauvin.
City may offer forgivable loans to businesses on closed-off streets
The intersection is a latticework of city, county, and park board roadways near a highway exit.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has two options in mind for a new Bde Maka Ska pavilion to replace the one that burned…
Speakers at a prayer service on the eve of opening statements in the Derek Chauvin murder and manslaughter trial urged peace, unity and justice for…
38th Street Thrive! is a 10-year development guide for the 38th Street Cultural District, which stretches from Nicollet to Bloomington Avenue and includes George Floyd Square.
Long silent about racist slurs and slights, young people are speaking out.
The green space would replace a surface parking lot in the rapidly growing neighborhood.
Videos surfaced on social media Thursday showing the confrontation.
A former Legion Post commander speaks up about the deepening intrigue of the ship wheel and bell.
Cut off from the outside world by concrete barricades guarded by civilian gatekeepers surrounding 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, the business owners said they felt abandoned by a city that has failed to protect their safety and livelihoods.
Ship's wheel, bell disappeared from Mpls. memorial and ended up at Minnetonka school
The specter of fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin's murder trial hovered over an anxious Twin Cities on Monday as legal proceedings began at the…
After 58 years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants to find a new owner for the Upper St. Anthony Falls lock.
Fewer charges than claimed make south Mpls. residents question value, purpose of helicopters overhead.
About 150 people, many of them family members of Minnesotans who died during encounters with police, gathered outside of Gov. Tim Walz's St. Paul residence Saturday to demand more accountability.
Families of those killed by police demand justice for George Floyd in former officer Derek Chauvin's trial
Relatives of people killed by Minnesota police gathered on the eve of Derek Chauvin's trial to support the family of George Floyd.
Many longtime caretakers of the square are trying to tamp their own anxieties as they strive to present a unified front during what they consider a watershed moment with the world watching.
Some don't want to send a wrong message; others fear more damage could do them in.
Weighing ecological and financial balance against preserving the historic Minneapolis 18-hole course, the planning committee narrowly passed a compromise plan.
The intersection has become a memorial to George Floyd since he died there last May.
The mosque has been asking for parking bays since 2016.
Advocacy groups wanted Minneapolis to complete an environmental review before approving the 2040 plan.
A divided board ended last summer's directives that set up the sanctuary program and will let agencies that specialize in human services take the lead.