Reporter | Minneapolis


George Floyd Square COVID-19 vaccine drives target misinformation, mistrust

Community groups hope to remediate low vaccination rates in the historically Black community at 38th and Chicago.


Minneapolis City Council committee resurrects water yard development against activists' wishes

Minneapolis resurrects plans to build water facility at Roof Depot site.


Minneapolis Public Works employees reject contract offer, authorize future strike if necessary

Union authorizes strike; negotiations with city of Minneapolis continue.


Poll: Mayor Frey, Minneapolis City Council see approval fall

Nearly half of likely Minneapolis voters want to increase mayoral authority over the city's daily operations, even though support specifically for Mayor Jacob Frey has waned over the past year, according to a new Minnesota Poll.


Strong support for Mpls. rent control proposal, poll finds

Nearly half of Minneapolis voters support a ballot measure that would allow the city to regulate rent in private buildings, according to a new Minnesota Poll.


Minneapolis public housing tenant sues, alleging dangerous conditions

The lawsuit seeks city licensing for public housing.


Minneapolis mayoral candidate AJ Awed blocked from DFL debate

Member of the group said they invited candidates with most delegate support


Residents give cash-strapped Minneapolis parks a big hand

From tennis courts to historic pools, community-led efforts pitch in for neighborhood priorities.


South Minneapolis tenants declare rent strike

They allege rising rent, roaches, broken fixtures.


Minneapolis mandates COVID vaccines or regular testing for employees

Masks are mandatory for staff working in city and Hennepin County buildings, while residents are encouraged to mask indoors, according to a city news release.