Minneapolis mayoral candidates disagree on allowing non-union companies to collect city's trash.
Minneapolis is expanding its car-sharing pilot program to include two additional companies.
Several steps are being taken week toward reducing the city of Minneapolis' dependence on fossil fuels.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak will officiate 40 same-sex weddings consecutively starting at midnight on Aug. 1, the moment such unions become legal in Minnesota.
The five Minneapolis city blocks whose property taxes have been earmarked to fund a proposed streetcar line have something in common. They either have -- or soon will have -- cranes hovering above them.
The Minneapolis City Council has approved a plan to finance part of the cost of a proposed streetcar line.
Surly Brewing Co. has released new architectural renderings of its $20 million "destination brewery" scheduled to open next year in Minneapolis.
The former president of the St. Paul NAACP will temporarily take over the St. Paul City Council seat currently held by Melvin Carter.
The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District's helicopters will not operate on Thursday after a fatal accident.
If prosecutors in Poland and Germany decide not to charge alleged Nazi commander Michael Karkoc with war crimes, it's likely he would live out the rest of his life in the United States.
Minneapolis City Council Member Gary Schiff is ending his campaign for mayor.
The already-crowded field of candidates running for Minneapolis mayor is getting even bigger. Dan Cohen, who also ran for mayor back in 1969, announced Tuesday he's making a second attempt.
The Minneapolis DFL did not endorse a candidate for mayor on Saturday at a party convention that lasted more than 12 hours.
As Minneapolis DFLers go to pick their preferred candidate for mayor at the city endorsing convention Saturday, one major issue dividing contenders is how the city should handle allegations of police misconduct.
A new minor league ballpark in downtown St. Paul will cost almost $9 million dollars more than the $54 million the city budgeted.