A block of 1st Avenue in Minneapolis is poised to get a commemorative name change to honor one of the city's greatest musicians.
Several large employers finally returned to their downtown offices in March, after several COVID-surge delays. But Target, who employs more than 8000 people at its downtown headquarters, decided to keep a hybrid approach. Workers and their teams have the flexibility to decide when to come to the office.
As jury selection began on Tuesday for the Kim Potter trial in the death of Daunte Wright, a protest honoring Wright outside the Hennepin County Government Center was disrupted as a driver forced their car through a crowd.
The City of Minneapolis and Metro Transit partnered up to install a new bus lane on Seventh Street between Chicago and First avenues downtown, officials announced Wednesday.
A post-Labor Day return to office has come and gone, and still most downtown Minneapolis office buildings remain empty.
Devenier Senter was inches away from losing his eyes or worse as a bullet grazed the side of his face during Saturday's mass shooting in Minneapolis.
A University of St. Thomas student was killed hours before graduation when two gunmen opened fired in downtown Minneapolis.
A mass shooting that left two people dead and eight others injured was
Two weeks after the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, plywood and fencing downtown Minneapolis are nearly gone and businesses in the skyways are starting to reopen. But, they say it’s going to be a long time before they see customers at pre-pandemic levels.
Some business owners say the fencing around buildings and the wooden boards on windows have kept people from visiting downtown Minneapolis.
On the eve of the Derek Chauvin murder trial, hundreds of activists and protesters took to the streets of Minneapolis for a march and demonstration.
On a normal Vikings game day in Minneapolis, more than 70,000 people would pack U.S. Bank Stadium to cheer on the purple and gold, but this Sunday was anything but normal.
Minneapolis Police say they are investigating a possible homicide in the Downtown East neighborhood Sunday morning.
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 Minnesota Appeals Court has ruled Minneapolis can’t operate Commons Park near US Bank Stadium, meaning the Minnesota Vikings will have to pay the Minneapolis Park Board from now on to use the area on game days.
In a joint press conference, leaders of the Mpls Downtown Council and the Minneapolis Regional Chamber called for an increased police presence downtown saying current crime levels are hurting downtown businesses.
Leaders of all four Minneapolis-based sports teams are using their collective voice to speak out about crime downtown. They hope city council members are listening and, at the very least, agree with the mayor's proposal to add 14 new officers to the force.