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.
The newest 'restaurant' in Minneapolis might be in the apartment next door. So-called social dining companies give amateur chefs a way to get paid for hosting dinner parties at their homes. But the business model could run afoul of health regulations and zoning codes.
The high stakes negotiations were a make-or-break moment for the proposed line connecting Minneapolis to Eden Prairie.
Council members on the Transportation & Public Works Committee agreed 4-2 to support the project, marking a turning point for Minneapolis.
Supporters say the proposal is crafted to target a specific type of low-income smoker: children.
The proposed St. Paul ordinance would require that they be sold in packs of five or more. Leizinger said the goal is to boost the price, just a little.
It's cost and its route between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles, remain as sticking points.
Mayor Betsy Hodges used her first budget address Thursday to press for increased spending on affordable housing, police, recycling, and a host of other programs.
To help meet city expenses, Coleman proposes a 2.4 percent increase to the city's property tax levy to bring in an additional $2.5 million.
Minneapolis officials believe this is the first time sergeants-at-arms have been used in any city in any election in the state.
Mayor Betsy Hodges asked all city departments what they could do to "move the dial on equity" and what it would cost. Whether the recommendations get funding is up to Hodges and the city council.
The Hennepin County Sheriff's Office received the report of the missing swimmer at 10:16 a.m. and the body was found at 11:19 a.m., according to the sheriff's office.
Documents show Mayor Chris Coleman asked the department for nearly $2 million in cuts.