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Tax board members raise concerns about impact of property tax increase on Minneapolis' North Side

Mayor Jacob Frey and the City Council will negotiate the precise tax levy for 2023 later this fall.

Two former Minneapolis officials among those charged in fraud case

Abdi Nur Salah previously worked in the mayor's office, and Sharmarke Issa previously chaired the MPHA board.

Minneapolis prepares to hire its next police chief. Here's what we know about the search — and what's next

Mayor Jacob Frey said he hopes to announce his pick by the end of the month. The City Council will then decide whether to approve or reject the nominee.

AG opens civil probe into gas station, liquor store in north Minneapolis

"We are watching and will act," said Attorney General Keith Ellison.

Minneapolis drops COVID-19 testing-or-vaccination policy for city employees

Changes in federal health guidelines and hospital capacity prompted the change, city officials said.

Minneapolis officials consider expanding race equity programming as they negotiate upcoming budget

Many efforts to reduce disparities within the city stalled as staff left amid fears their work was being marginalized and tokenized.

Kristyn Anderson to serve as Minneapolis city attorney

A lawyer with experience in state government, she will be the fifth person to serve as city attorney in four years.

Mpls. housing officials seek more funding as repair needs grow

Mayor Jacob Frey's budget proposal would give the agency $3.7 million over the next two years, but housing officials say they need much more.

In Minneapolis visit, U.S. housing officials announce $15 million to help senior citizens stay in homes

HUD Secretary Marcia L. Fudge said billions more are needed to address housing problems throughout the country.

Minneapolis police watchdog group once again short on members; local activists seek court action

City ordinances say the Police Conduct Oversight Commission must have at least seven members. It currently has three.