Carter, up for re-election this year, discusses his 2022 budget, policing — and what he wants to do with second term
As the St. Paul City Council prepares to consider the city’s property tax levy this week, here’s what to know about its 2022 budget — and the millions of dollars coming the city’s way under the federal American Rescue Plan.
What the amendment says, and what it would mean for the city if approved.
Even though city officials contend their policy has made no-knock warrants safer — and not all of those warrants were necessarily carried out — critics of the practice have expressed surprise at the figures.
While more than 90 percent of residents in far southwest Minneapolis are fully vaccinated, less than 50 percent of residents in other parts of the city are.
Labor disputes in St. Paul typically were small-scale and short-term, and organizers made liberal use of ostensible St. Paul communitarian values to coerce city employers to display social responsibility.
With the city finally, maybe, probably, finalizing what Minneapolis voters will encounter on their ballots this fall, here’s a look at what the questions will say — and how the city got there.
Builders and developers have pushed back on the idea, questioning whether the city should be in the business of deciding which materials — and how much of them — they can use.
Recently filed reports offer some insight into the election six weeks before early voting begins.
What a proposed ballot measure says, what it would do, and what advocates and opponents say it could mean for the city.
Explaining the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act.
While the Lake Street Council continues to assist with recovery efforts throughout the Lake Street corridor, other nonprofit groups are focusing their work on key Lake Street intersections.
Nice Ride first came to town in 2010 and has weathered financial problems, ridership issues and a host of other challenges in the years since.
In the Single Room Occupancy model, residents rent individual rooms but share bathrooms and kitchens with others in the building.
Minneapolis’ share of ARP funding is $271 million, though the city is planning to spend the money in phases, with the council set to approve the first phase on Friday.
Rents have been on a slow, steady rise in Minneapolis and St. Paul for years.
What happened, and what it could mean for the general election.
Though Smith was shot by sheriffs deputies from Hennepin and Ramsey Counties, they were acting under the authority of the U.S. Marshals Service, part of the federal government.
In 1916, In an effort to appeal to a middle-class audience that considered movie-going not quite respectable, the theater promised it would show “high class pictures at all times, including Metro, Fox, and Triangle productions.”