The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday morning to delay the temporary lease for the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct, sending the issue back to a committee for more debate.
Some are calling it an “exodus” as more officers within the Minneapolis Police Department look to take medical leave or leave the department permanently. As the staffing levels decrease, some concerned residents are filing a lawsuit against city.
Jamal Osman won the Ward 6 special election in Minneapolis, according to unofficial election results.
An amendment to change the Minneapolis city charter to remove the police department will not appear on the November ballot after the charter commission has voted to delay its decision on the matter.
The Minneapolis Police Department will be cutting its entire staff of community service officers due to recent budget cuts, according to Minneapolis Police Department Spokesman John Elder.
The Minneapolis City Council has approved funding for three new shelters to help people facing homelessness, as the park board downsizes encampments at city parks.
As candidates for the Minneapolis City Council Ward 6 gear up for the final two weeks of the campaign, there are questions about whether some actually live in the ward or moved into it just to run for the office.
The Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to amend the budget to eliminate the public spokesperson position from the Minneapolis Police Department.
The Minneapolis City Council will discuss a police conduct oversight ordinance and hold a closed session regarding the civil lawsuit from George Floyd’s family Friday.
New data presented by a workgroup trying to change the way police respond to calls in Minneapolis shows mental health calls cost the city an estimated $467,000 per year.
Two bars in Minneapolis will once again close their doors citing ongoing violence in Minneapolis, the owners announced on Saturday.
Protesters are calling for the leader of Minneapolis' police union to step down in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.
All 12 members of the Minneapolis City Council co-authored and introduced a resolution Friday “declaring the intent to create a transformative new model for cultivating safety” in the city.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arrandondo announced Wednesday the police department would pull out of contract negotiations with the union, as the city moves to react to the death of George Floyd's death.
Nine members of the Minneapolis City Council announced their support for de-funding the Minneapolis Police Department and replacing it with a community-based public safety model at a rally in Powderhorn Park Sunday afternoon.
After an emergency meeting on Friday, where the council took steps to ban police officers from using chokeholds, the Minneapolis City Council is looking to lay out its plan for the future of the department after the death of George Floyd.
The Minneapolis mayor faced backlash after saying he won't defund the city's police department.
At an emergency meeting on Friday, held in the wake of George Floyd's death in Minneapolis, the city council put in place new restrictions for the Minneapolis Police Department while promising more significant change moving.
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.