Minnesota tenants filed more than 400 rent escrow complaints in court last year. Do these complaints get tenants the repairs they want?
Seven judges actively serve on Minnesota’s U.S. District Courts. Chief Judge Patrick Schiltz was nominated by George W. Bush. Two others were nominated by Trump. One by Obama, one by Clinton and two by Biden.
The mayor’s decision marks yet another last-minute defeat this year for the Minnesota Uber & Lyft Drivers Association.
Several activists, as well as Cobb’s family, are asking for charges to be brought against the troopers involved in Cobb’s killing.
The average price of gold (currently used to test for lead) per gram was $57.9, while the average price of bismuth (a testing alternative) per gram was $0.0085 (less than 1 cent).
A divided Minneapolis City Council is up for election in November, and there’s a lot at stake on issues from housing to transit to public safety.
City Council members voted 5-2 Wednesday afternoon to override an earlier veto by Mayor Melvin Carter, who raised concerns that the proposal would not generate anywhere near enough funding to serve all the children it promises to serve.
Strawberry quickly showed he could still hit, belting 18 homers and batting .435 with 39 RBI in 29 games for the Saints.
Fatal opioid overdoses in the city increased by 130% from 2017 to 2021.
While AIPAC targets Omar, Congressional Black Caucus PAC endorses endorses the lawmaker
One driver advocacy group is pushing for a city ordinance to boost pay, similar to a statewide bill that was vetoed. Another wants a statewide task force to make recommendations first.
It’s “redlining that should be outlawed.”
It’s the question of the Ward 8 race, with Soren Stevenson challenging the incumbent from her left. But in a wide-ranging interview with MinnPost, Jenkins said she also thinks it’s a loaded question.
The Metro Transit police chief says the agency is taking an “educational approach” to fare enforcement. For now.
An attorney who successfully sued over St. Paul’s use of special assessments to cover routine street repairs may pursue further legal action if the city continues to forge ahead.
The challenges facing Lesley Kandaras include ridership that is recovering but is still not back to pre-pandemic levels, increased crime and disruption on transit and a shortage of both transit operators and transit police.
To many Democrats, it’s an unwelcome “distraction.”
Though Minneapolis crime data suggests burglaries and other property crimes are down compared to this time last year, the city has seen a recent increase in thefts from garages.
No. Mayor Frey signed an executive order on July 21 lowering the priority that psychedelics have for law enforcement. The city states that “many other higher priorities,” such as addressing violent crime and opioid use, take precedent.