It was a block party turned blocked party Wednesday evening along Minnehaha Avenue after organizers of what was supposed to be a protest pivoted the festivities into a celebration because the city of Minneapolis and a building owner ceased negotiations on a potential replacement for the Police Department’s 3rd Precinct.
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.
Protests over the death of George Floyd continued for a third straight night and as of Friday morning, many parts of south Minneapolis were still burning.
The Minneapolis Police Department is warning residents in the 3rd Precinct to keep an eye on their cars after a recent spike in the number of license plate thefts in the area.
The Seward Community Co-op is closing its location on Franklin Avenue in Minneapolis after an employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Seward Neighborhood in Minneapolis proved the power of community by presenting a $30,000 check to local businesses that were vandalized back in September.
A man is dead after someone opened fire in the Seward neighborhood of south Minneapolis on Wednesday, police say.
A 36-year-old Minneapolis man has been charged after he allegedly threw rocks at the windows of Somali-owned businesses in south Minneapolis, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office.
Members of the Seward neighborhood in Minneapolis are showing their support after a vandal struck several East African-owned businesses.
Six businesses on the same block in the Seward neighborhood of south Minneapolis were vandalized overnight and it's left residents wondering if they were targeted.