The City of Minneapolis is looking into creating an unarmed Traffic Safety Division.
The Minneapolis City Council has voted 11-1 to oppose the use of tear gas and other munitions as part of Minnesota's response to civil disorder.
The City of Minneapolis will pay out $27 million to the family of George Floyd after his death in police custody last year.
The Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a $27 million settlement Friday in the civil lawsuit brought by the family of George Floyd.
The City of Minneapolis announced Monday it is dropping its plan to pay social media influencers to push out the city's messaging during trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.
City of Minneapolis announces it's dropping plan to pay social media influencers to push out the city's messaging during Derek Chauvin trial.
People in Minneapolis got a chance to weigh in Thursday on a proposal to replace the police department in the city charter being put on the November ballot.
An ordinance passed by the Minneapolis City Council will ban the use of facial recognition technology by the city.
Three Minneapolis city councilmembers say they will propose a new charter amendment on Friday that would restructure the police department while removing a quota for the number of police officers in the city.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced a list of initiatives that he hopes will lead to the reopening of 38th and Chicago, but the city council president says Frey needs to take action now or let the council handle the situation legislatively.
Minneapolis' budget for 2021 has received its final stamp of approval.
Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender is firing back after Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said he was "actively considering" a veto of the city's 2021 budget due to the reduction in police staffing.
Two advocacy groups are raising concerns over plans for the mental health crisis teams outlined in the budget proposal created by three members of the Minneapolis City Council.
Minneapolis city councilmembers are getting closer to finalizing next year’s budget.
More than 400 speakers signed up to speak at a Minneapolis City Council public hearing about the proposed city budget with a special emphasis on police department funding proposals.
As the Minneapolis City Council considers a nearly $8 million cut to the police department, those working and living in neighborhoods hit hardest by the uptick in crime are making their final pleas for a 'no' vote.
The Mayor of Minneapolis called a proposal from a trio of city councilmembers that would reduce the size of the police department “irresponsible” in a news conference Monday afternoon.
A budget proposal released Friday by a trio of Minneapolis councilmembers would move nearly $8 million of funding from the police department to what the members are calling "transformative" safety investments.
The death of George Floyd sparked a reckoning of policing and race relations in the city of Minneapolis, leading many to believe that change was needed.
The Minneapolis City Council received an earful from residents who are fed up with rising crime Monday.