It was a problematic home sale: a failed retaining wall, the ground infilled with unopened bags of mulch, wallpaper concealing holes in the walls, the backyard slipping away into the nearby creek and an unpermitted porch structure on the verge of falling away with it.
Felicia Robertson opened the Starte Thomas Runaway Prevention Program on Monday.
A lawsuit filed Friday is calling into question an increase in crime along West 7th Street in St. Paul, blaming a nearby housing shelter for the spike
Applications for low-income family housing waitlist in Minneapolis are open starting 8 a.m. Friday until 12 p.m. Tuesday.
St. Paul city officials appeared caught off guard this week after voters passed one of the nation's toughest rent control policies.
The Twin Cities faces one of the nation's worst housing shortages, and Minneapolis is feeling the strain in increasing home prices and rents. FOX 9 asked the three frontrunners in the mayor's race for their plans to address the issue.
Eviction protections for Minnesota renters end today. The only exception is for renters who have already applied for rental assistance through the state.
The Minneapolis City Council on Friday unanimously approved a policy giving the right to counsel to low income renters facing eviction.
For more than 20 years, Jeff Hall has called the historic Country Club neighborhood of Edina home. He was shocked to learn his property deed contained a racial covenant, designed to bar people of color from buying a home there.
Public housing tenants cannot be evicted for nonpayment without 30 days' notice and information about federal emergency rental assistance under a new HUD rule.
Hennepin County and the City of Minneapolis have contributed funding for a new community shelter and apartments, officials announced Tuesday.
Friday, the Minnesota Cold Weather Rule goes into effect, preventing a utility company from disconnecting your natural gas or electricity as long as you have payment plan.
For years, Ian and Janna Ebeling have fantasized about building their perfect home. Now, their dream is becoming a reality.
A bipartisan group of Minnesota lawmakers said Tuesday that the state's shortage of affordable homes and apartments is a major concern, but one proposal to address it faces an uphill climb.
Early voting starts this Friday for the November elections, and Minneapolis has a lot on the ballot.
The Supreme Court once again ruled the CDC's eviction ban as unconstitutional. (iStock)
Millions of Americans are at risk of losing their homes now that the federal eviction moratorium has expired.
The number of indebted renters has fallen in recent months but still remains high compared to pre-pandemic levels as states work to ease the financial burden.
A petition to stabilize rent in St .Paul has gained enough signatures Monday thanks to the efforts of area organizers.
The federally funded RentHelpMN.org is key to ending Gov. Tim Walz's 14-month-old eviction moratorium, but lawmakers remain far apart on a deal as the rent relief program comes under scrutiny.