Recent content from Susan Du
The popular concessions pavilion burned down in 2019, throwing a curveball into long-range plans for Bde Maka Ska.
Mostly funded by private donations, the Overlook is the first of many projects to reconnect the North Side to the river.
A property tax levy to replace the city's dead and dying trees will expire at the end of this year.
The American Legion helped broker a peace treaty.
Despite mounting criticism about the use of tear gas and other crowd-control agents, law enforcement agencies have resisted disclosing exactly what they're spraying on protesters.
If the more than 20,000 signatures are verified, a citywide vote on a department overhaul is one step closer.
Using a little-known power to undo Minneapolis Park Board resolutions, Mayor Jacob Frey vetoed the termination of a lease agreement with the State Patrol that allowed troopers to rest and recharge equipment.
Cost estimates will be presented at the May 5 Planning Committee meeting.
Troopers had access to the Park Board's headquarters since 2012 to use the bathroom and write reports.
The site of George Floyd's death was transformed as he crowd heard the news. Hundreds trickled into the square to hear and celebrate. Some in the crowd wept and embraced.