Reporter | Minneapolis


What you need to know about the Minneapolis charter amendments

Proposals tackle the future of policing, how power is divided in City Hall and whether to limit rent increases.


State Supreme Court clears way for Minneapolis vote on police

Early balloting begins Friday in a historic election that could shape the city's future.


Minn. Supreme Court to take up case on Mpls. policing proposal

The state's high court faces intense pressure to act quickly on the ballot question, with early voting set to begin Friday.


Judge throws out latest Minneapolis policing ballot language

The legal saga is likely not over, with an almost certain emergency appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court.


Yes 4 Mpls. asks state high court to intervene on ballot issue

The case raises concerns about whether the Minneapolis proposal could be kicked off the ballot, days before early voting begins.


Judge schedules hearing in request to block latest Minneapolis policing ballot language

The emergency hearing is set for Monday morning, four days before early voting is set to begin.


Could Minneapolis policing measure get blocked from November ballot?

A trio of residents wants a judge to reject the latest wording, a week before early voting starts.


Trio of residents seeks emergency hearing on new Mpls. policing ballot language

The request came a week and a half before early voting begins in the first municipal races since George Floyd was killed by police.


New language for Minneapolis policing measure set for ballot

The City Council approved the new wording in an emergency meeting, and Mayor Jacob Frey allowed it to be "deemed approved" without his signature.


Read the text of Minneapolis policing ballot question

Minneapolis officials on Tuesday approved new ballot language for a proposal that would clear the way for city officials to replace the Minneapolis Police Department,…