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Justice for Jamar wants city to match settlement in Justine Damond case.
Looming across from the 38th Street light-rail station in south Minneapolis, the century-old Atkinson Mill survives in a city that once boasted dozens.
The sliver of land in the Mississippi River is home to a secluded enclave of historic homes sitting atop public parkland. But that's just one of the oddities of this place, an often-overlooked landmark of early Minneapolis that looks radically different today than it did half a century ago.
Multimillion-dollar restoration lies ahead for apartment building.
Minneapolis will employ a boring machine to drill a 5-foot corridor deep beneath the Mississippi River to keep one of the city's most important drinking water pipes safe from the elements.
City leaders commit $7.5 million to fully develop plans for the massive $250 million facility.
Trump policy changes shift area's demographics, prompting employment worries.
Trash firms sued after the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency fined metro-area landfills
These days, Uptown is the common way to describe the district around Hennepin Avenue and Lake Street in Minneapolis, but that is a relatively recent phenomenon.
Robert Byrd encountered an arsenal of guns when he entered a neo-Nazi’s home to shoot a documentary about hate. Then his subject said something surprising:…