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Council members are hoping the changes will help residents in the renter-majority city find housing, particularly for people of color, those with low incomes and those formerly incarcerated.
Gov. Walz's executive order in effect until July 13.
St. Paul proposal would change how landlords can use tenant histories.
Residents will be able to stay in place, Minneapolis Housing Authority says.
For Vanessa Anyanso, to be black in America is to constantly mourn lost sons and daughters. It’s a sentiment that Anyanso, a 26-year-old graduate student…
Medaria Arradondo, the city's first black police chief, now finds himself in a harsh national spotlight, the face of a mostly white department that killed another black man.
From hoses to garbage cans, residents across the Twin Cities prepared Saturday for destruction reaching their neighborhoods.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced a halt to evictions in March to prevent people from being unsheltered during the coronavirus pandemic. Public health officials and…
"She was never sitting around except when she was reading," a daughter said.
Appeals court sides with a tenant whose calls about poor conditions went unheeded.