From Lake Street in south Minneapolis to West Broadway on the north side of the city, hundreds of buildings were damaged or destroyed in the days following the murder of George Floyd. A local nonprofit is now working to buy some of those properties in a push to revitalize underinvested communities.
Small business owners in Saint Paul tell FOX 9 They are fed up with the parking problems some construction projects have brought to their neighborhood, saying it could hurt business.
Starting Monday, Minnesota businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for a lifeline from the state.
A Minneapolis pharmacy is reopening more than a year after it was looted and damaged during the riots following the death of George Floyd.
A new business opened near George Floyd Square as the area enters a stage of transition more than a year after Floyd’s death.
Minnesota lawmakers have agreed to $150 million in business relief, though only a fraction of the money will go to businesses damaged by the 2020 civil unrest in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Liberty's Restaurant and Lounge was hit by a suspected drunk driver last fall, damaging the historic landmark. Wednesday, the public got its first look at its revitalized façade.
Civil unrest that followed the death of George Floyd in May of 2020 caused an estimated $500 million in damage. But businesses still haven't gotten any relief from lawmakers.
Augustine's, in St. Paul, says it will pay all of its employees $20 an hour with benefits and will have no tipping as part of a business model it hopes catches on.
The owner of Lakeville’s Alibi Drinkery, which publicly flouted state COVID-19 restrictions by opening for in-person dining, says the business is now for sale.
A Victoria, Minnesota teen combined her baking skills and love of animals to create a dog treat business over the pandemic.
In Minneapolis, business owners say they are looking forward to a fresh start after the Derek Chauvin trial.
There has been a steady flow of customers inside Say It Again Boutique after the store was closed for several months to the pandemic
An administrative law judge ruled to revoke the liquor license of Alibi Drinkery, a Lakeville restaurant which repeatedly reopened in violation of COVID-19 restrictions.
A rebuilt Minnehaha Lake Wine & Spirits was previewed in renderings from a developer this week as other Lake Street businesses received grant money to help rebuild.
It's been one year since a local entrepreneur launched a line of self-care products geared toward Black and brown girls. Through a nationwide competition, the small startup known as "Rocky Robinson" is hoping to win what could be a game-changing grant.
New, eased COVID-19 restrictions for businesses and venues took effect on Monday.
The Minnesota Senate overwhelmingly approved nearly $500 million in tax breaks for businesses and workers that got federal relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bryant Lake Bowl has been a hot spot in south Minneapolis for nearly 30 years, but a new video offers a perspective of the neighborhood watering hole not ever seen before.
Breweries across the state are coming together in hopes of changing the way beer is sold.