Candidates who want to run for Minneapolis mayor may have to pay a higher fee to enter the race. The city's Charter Commission is proposing a raised filing fee of $250, up from $20. Supporters say the move will weed out "frivolous candidates," but critics call it undemocratic.
This legislative session could be a good one for Minneapolis and St. Paul: With DFLers in control at the Capitol, Minnesota's two largest cities see opportunities to get more state money for their local priorities.
People who want to see more sidewalk cafes in downtown St. Paul will clash this week with those concerned about limited parking.
A St. Paul man is being held on $1 million bail after being charged with second-degree murder in the disappearance of his wife.
The city clerk's office says Minneapolis needs to spend an additional $385,000 on it's next election -- that's an increase of more than 60 percent.
The city of St. Paul is being sued in federal court over an alleged incident of police brutality from 2007.
Minneapolis got what sounded like a glowing report card today. A poll finds that 96 percent of its residents are satisfied with city services. Despite the high marks, the city could be doing better.
A new recycling program in Minneapolis is proving popular with residents.
Mayors from St. Paul, St. Cloud and several metro area suburbs say Gov. Mark Dayton's proposed budget will help them maintain services without a property tax hike.
A survey of residents suggests Minneapolis should improve snow plowing. Eighty percent of residents are satisfied with the current level of service, but the measure fell below a national benchmark.
St. Paul will pay $1.7 million for design work on a new ballpark for the minor league Saints baseball team.
Former Minneapolis City Council member Jackie Cherryhomes will kick-off her campaign for mayor Saturday.
The St. Paul City Council today passed a resolution that would allow small breweries located in commercial areas to sell their beer on-site.
With seven declared candidates for Minneapolis' most hotly contested mayoral race in decades, voters will have several choices to consider this year. Just as it did four years ago, Minneapolis will use ranked-choice voting to decide the winner. This election is expected to draw far more voters and put the system to the test.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak plans to dedicate a bridge to the former mayor he unseated more than a decade ago.