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The Park Board hopes the goats allow the agency to cut down on the use of herbicides.
It's Minneapolis' fifth year at No. 1 in the Trust for Public Land ranking of the 100 large city park systems.
Measles' impact on children, even after they recover, can last for years.
After the bill's near-unanimous passage in the House, longtime critics of the practice have raised concerns about the measure, leading to some second thoughts.
The local chapter wants fair treatment of employees of color in hiring, promotions and discipline.
A $17,000 project will change signs and make security upgrades, such as new locks, at 62 gender-neutral restrooms at 44 city facilities. Anyone can use the bathrooms.
In what arborists are calling an environmental catastrophe, cities are taking out ash trees by the thousands. When the two cities are done cutting, nearly 60,000 trees will be gone, leaving a gaping hole in the urban canopy.
Put out that cigarette before heading to a Minneapolis park. Tobacco products are no longer allowed.New rules went into effect Monday prohibiting all tobacco products…
The Park Board says it doesn't have the money to make all the repairs this year.
The choice of Bde Maka Ska, the lake's original Dakota name, as the sole one still must go through several more layers of approval.