Over the years, During is ten years as the Minneapolis mayor, R.T. Rybak has seen the city through both natural and man-made disasters.
Minneapolis police officials say they haven't arrested anyone yet in connection with the death of 3-year-old Terrell Mayes Jr. Mayes was killed Monday evening when a stray bullet passed through the exterior of Mayes' house and hit the boy in the head. A child killed in his home by a stray bullet is rare, but the prevalence of gunfire in Mayes' north Minneapolis neighborhood and others is not.
Whenever they heard shots fired in the neighborhood, Terrell Mayes, Jr.'s older brothers would grab him and run to a closet on the second floor of the house.
A toddler who was hit by a stray bullet while inside a Minneapolis house on Monday night has died.
Federal and local elected officials announced Thursday that $10 million in federal stimulus money has been awarded to a transit hub project located near Target Field in downtown Minneapolis.
The Minneapolis City Council Friday voted to revoke the rental licenses for more than a dozen properties all owned by one landlord.
In past years, the public hearing preceding the budget vote has been full of people complaining about tax hikes. This year was different.
A NBA referee and the Associated Press have agreed to settle a defamation suit for $20,000.
The department can afford to rehire the officers because of recent positive budget developments, Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan said.
Hastings city officials say more than 300 people have applied for two openings in the city's police department.
Minnesota was once on the vanguard of managing social issues. But that's changed, and a group of civic and elected leaders meets Friday to work out a strategy on how to deal with the growing problem.
Department officials estimate nearly $9 million in unprocessed claims has yet to be paid out.
Some Minneapolis city officials are concerned that the bipartisan supercommittee's failure to reach an agreement will lead to deep cuts in a grant program that funds projects in underdeveloped parts of the city.
A state agency is awarding more than $52 million in grants to help people find affordable housing.
The city of Minneapolis has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by a man who was illegally strip-searched by police officers.