Reporter | Minneapolis


Q&A: Mayor Frey's priorities at the helm of a city on edge

Minneapolis' Jacob Frey was re-elected to his second term in November with more power than any of his predecessors to tackle a slew of overlapping problems.


Minneapolis clears homeless encampment at 26th and Bloomington

No elected officials showed up to defend residents, as they had earlier this week in the Near North neighborhood.


Five Minneapolis council members show up to defend Near North homeless encampment

The city notified the camp that it planned to clear it away Tuesday.


Public works employees — including Minneapolis snow plow drivers — accept contract, avert strike

Public works employees elected to authorize a strike in mid-December if they could not reach an agreement with the city.


Camden Farmers Market moving from Minneapolis to Robbinsdale

Chaz Sandifer's new market will be at Lakeview Terrace Park.


First futsal courts coming to south Minneapolis

The fast-paced game has seen a burst of interest in the Twin Cities.


Hennepin County proposes paved trail through Soo Line Community Garden for Midtown Greenway access

Hennepin County is designing a new disability access ramp to the Midtown Greenway in south Minneapolis, but the proposal would jeopardize an organic garden that feeds low-income residents.


Return-to-office date for city of Minneapolis staff pushed back to Feb. 14

The new date will coincide with the expiration of the city's latest public health emergency order.


Park Board releases concept for new northeast Minneapolis riverfront park

Graco Park will be the culmination of a 20-year vision, wracked by legal disputes, to develop parkland along an industrial stretch of the Mississippi River.


Minneapolis staff set to return to City Hall on Jan. 10 amid local public health emergency

The City Council and commissions will remain virtual due to contagious virus variants.