MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Minnesota Public Radio reporter Curtis Gilbert about how the city's third largest settlement could have been avoided.
The third largest settlement paid by the city could have been avoided, documents show.
The Audobon Chapter of Minneapolis held a protest Saturday in front of the new Vikings stadium site.
From rifles to sleeping bags, the equipment is outdated and unneeded.
Last month's riots in Missouri prompted the public forum, hosted by the city council. It offered a window into the serious lack of trust between African Americans and the Minneapolis Police Department.
Prominent DFL politicians are rushing to sever ties with a Minneapolis nonprofit after a state audit found it misspent hundreds of thousands of dollars in public money.
Minneapolis City Council Member Cam Gordon plans to introduce an amendment that would expand the definition of "smoking" in city ordinances.
The city council agreed to spend $170,000 to outfit 36 officers with body cameras starting in November.
In choosing Ryan, the city rejected a request from the Vikings to re-open the bidding process.
"I can't take the chance that they're just threats," Janeé Harteau said.
The deal would let Minneapolis kill a proposed deal to build an apartment tower near the Vikings stadium if Ryan moved too slowly.
The two have partnered for decades on big, city-subsidized projects. But even beautiful partnerships get tested.
The January arrest of an African-American man in the St. Paul Skyway occurred after security guards asked him to leave a public area. Police then confronted Christopher Lollie.
The withdrawal of Radisson hotels from a development project near the Minnesota Vikings new stadium has led the team to challenge a developer for the right to build apartments there.
State officials had planned to build a $261,000 "security related" fiber-optic line connecting the governor's residence to the Minnesota History Center. The project's purpose remains unclear.