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It was the latest partner to pull out of relationships with the embattled department, joining the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Public Schools, museums and a host of other venues.
Neighborhoods around Lake Street and Nicollet Avenue became a focal point as groups of protesters converged on the Fifth Precinct station.
More businesses vandalized, looted overnight in wake of George Floyd death during arrest.
"COVID didn't close me, but this is going to close me," says one shop owner.
The annual ranking by the Trust for Public Land restored Minneapolis' bragging rights.
Organizers are considering rescheduling some of those events for October.
The ruling that the Minnesota DNR has the authority to rename the lake caps a yearslong dispute over the popular Minneapolis lake and reverses a decision from the Court of Appeals last spring.
Masks muffle voices and make reading lips impossible for folks who "already feel isolated at times."
A third Democratic state legislator is questioning his party’s endorsement process after losing his bid for the DFL’s backing to a primary challenger. State Sen.…
Citing urgent public health concerns, Metro Transit authorities are moving to contain the spread of a large and growing homeless encampment near the light-rail line in south Minneapolis.