Woodbury, St. Louis Park and Edina have launched programs, and Minnetonka is considering one.
In response to high testing demand in Minnesota, the Walz administration announced the opening of three new community testing sites.
The group Minneapolis for Community Control of Police wants to amend the city charter to create a Civilian Police Accountability Commission, which would have broad authority over the police department.
Red Lake Nation College’s Minneapolis campus is aimed at serving the Twin Cities’ Native population, which is one of the largest in the nation.
Justice Built Communities, which seeks to redevelop properties while preventing gentrification and displacement, has a year to come up with a plan for the Victory neighborhood property.
The Minneapolis City Council approved the appointment of Saray Garnett-Hochuli as the director of the city’s Regulatory Services department in late November.
The agency is planning to build 84 units at 16 separate sites spread across the city starting next year.
One possible reason for the decline is the shutdown of many businesses and institutions during the pandemic, said St. Paul Police Sgt. Natalie Davis.
The main rationale for the idea: turnout in odd-year elections has long been much lower than in even-year ones.
The second day of vote tabulations confirmed the defeats of council members Steve Fletcher, Cam Gordon and Kevin Reich.
Frey’s sizable election night advantage led to victory after the second round of tabulations in the ranked-choice vote contest.
Voters also approved giving the mayor more authority but also gave City Council power to implement rent control.
The amount of money raised by candidates and political committees offers a peek into the state of the race in the final days before election day.
Minneapolis and Hennepin County each committed $3.5 million in ARP funding to the Simpson Housing Services project.
Gov. Tim Walz, Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm, and former governor Tim Pawlenty each received a booster shot Tuesday to promote immunization against COVID-19.
Ward 6, home to one of Minneapolis’ largest immigrant communities, ranks among the top wards for turnout during city election years — and among the bottom during presidential years.
As thefts of catalytic converters surge, Council Member Andrew Johnson is proposing to prohibit sales of used catalytic converters by anyone other than “bona fide” auto shops.