Rep. Dean Urdahl criticizes board members for breaking open meeting laws.
His appointment would leave an opening on the Minneapolis City Council.
Minneapolis schools look at five options, some sweeping, in latest push to close nagging achievement gap.
The gentle giant manning the door for two decades at the West Bank institution earned a loyal following among its eclectic clientele.
The largest professional video game competition the Twin Cities has ever hosted kicked off Friday, drawing spectators from across the country and a slate of…
Memorial services for the late Minnesota civil rights activist Ron Edwards have been scheduled. Edwards, 81, died Tuesday in New Hope. Edwards will lie…
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office will not file charges in the fatal stabbing this week on a Blue Line light-rail train in Bloomington. In…
Minneapolis board wrongly bars journalists from recording public meeting about $200 million North Side project
Photos, recording banned at public meeting about $200M North Side project.
Police said 262 autos have been stolen so far this year -- and 73% of them were empty cars left idling. Three were stolen with a child in them.
Judge Kathryn Quaintance cited public interest and ongoing media coverage of the former Minneapolis police officer as key reasons to keep jurors' names private.
Reporters were asked not to record or photograph during a meeting.
The judge said Ed Adams "knew more than most" that he was breaking the law.
In several of the cases, the perpetrators used replica firearms, police say.
Minneapolis' health commissioner said the decision to end the 35-year arrangement grew from a desire to streamline the work and do it better.
The City Council appointed the committee made up mostly of residents from north and northeast Minneapolis to help guide the redevelopment of the Upper Harbor Terminal.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the suspected triggerman, who remained on the loose as of Wednesday afternoon.
Funding might be found by renewing tax district, council member says
Over the years, Hopewell Music has developed the talents of thousands of students.
Four youths each got $40,000 and a park officer was suspended 2 days for escalating the situation and not apologizing.
An attorney for Elsa Segura asked that her client be relocated in the county jail due to an unusual amount of interest from fellow inmates in her case.