A group of downtown businesses and even the Minneapolis mayor seem puzzled by a council committee vote on Wednesday not to apply for federal funds to pay for new police officers in the city.
The City of Minneapolis is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on a hanging sculpture for its new downtown Public Service Building, leading critics to question the city's priorities.
The Minneapolis City Council voted 10-1 Friday to give final approval on the “Minneapolis 2040” development plan.
The Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis unveiled a new t-shirt in support of President Donald Trump Monday, just days before his scheduled visit to the city.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo will make his case for more officers at a city council meeting Thursday morning.
The Minneapolis City Council rejected a proposed settlement in the Jamar Clark case last week, but remains open to negotiations, Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal announced in federal court proceedings Wednesday.
The Minneapolis City Council approved a new temporary site for its homeless encampment at a meeting Wednesday.
The Minneapolis City Council discussed its issue of police oversight Wednesday, but members of the public took their time at the microphone to air broader grievances about the police department.
In the wake of a rash of Minneapolis violence, activists descended on City Hall Thursday to voice their concerns about City Council involvement.
The City of Minneapolis is officially adopting a resolution, renewing the council's commitment to end gun violence.
Two transgender candidates were elected to the Minneapolis City Council, making history in a major U.S. city.