Homelessness is on the rise in the state's largest cities, according to a report released today by the Minnesota Housing Partnership.
A group of demonstrators is planning to gather in front of Brooklyn Park City Hall Tuesday to call attention to complaints against a city police officer.
August is the deadliest month in Minneapolis when it comes to homicide statistics. But Tyron Jenkins is alive -- and lucky. The 21-year-old's skin is etched with markings that illustrate key moments in his life: Scars from bullet wounds that didn't kill him.
Hennepin County elected officials have filed a $10 million civil lawsuit against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in U.S. District Court. The suit contends the two privately held home loan corporations owe the state of Minnesota for unpaid deed transfer taxes.
The Hennepin County Attorney's office has filed attempted murder charges against a man who allegedly attacked two Minneapolis Park Police officers earlier this week.
Authorities say a man accused of stabbing a Minneapolis park police officer admitted that he placed a fake 911 call so he could lure officers before attacking them.
Minneapolis police are looking for a woman who they say may have witnessed one of two fatal shootings this weekend.
The Minnesota State Court of Appeals today overturned a $60,000 judgment against a controversial blogger.
Minneapolis city officials announced Wednesday they are seeking to revoke the liquor licenses of two downtown clubs.
The builders of the new $41 million Minneapolis Public Schools headquarters say they surpassed goals for employing minority and women-owned businesses by a wide margin.
Federal law enforcement authorities are investigating a series of recent gun store burglaries that have resulted in the theft of 60 firearms.
Experts say a recent spate of youth violence incidents in Minneapolis illustrate the need for adults to start talking to children about violence and safety, as early in the child's life as possible.
Organizers of an annual celebration of Caribbean culture called Carifest say this year's event will be the biggest yet.
A proposal that promises to make the process of investigating police complaints more efficient is under consideration by the Minneapolis City Council's public safety committee.
For more than 20 years, the task of the Minneapolis Civilian Review Authority has been to investigate complaints of police misconduct. The City Council today will take up changes that some say will make investigations more transparent and efficient. But some critics say the proposal will make an already flawed system less effective.