Delayed police response times on West Bank have led community members and business owners to advocate for change.
A community development nonprofit hopes to better connect the Seward and West Bank neighborhoods by reconstructing crossings that span Interstate 94.
A new system of bike sharing could allow Minneapolis residents to use shared bicycles without dropping them off at sparsely located designated docks.
With revenue sources for Minneapolis neighborhood organizations shifting in 2021, the City is asking for the organizations' input on how the funding should be allocated over the next decade.
The south Minneapolis event was missing north Minneapolis community member Tyrone Williams, who was killed on April 3.
The Minneapolis City Council introduced its “Tobacco 21” ordinance at its March 23 meeting. The ordinance would increase the minimum age for sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21.
Following the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. and affiliate marches on Saturday, the University of Minnesota joined the nationwide discussion on gun violence by hosting a town hall meeting.
Cedar-Riverside residents and city officials are calling for greater diversity in the Minneapolis Police Department. Neighborhood residents argue that having more East African officers on the force will build trust between police and the community. Requests for more East African officers came after two Somali officers patrolling Cedar-Riverside were promoted to sergeants.
Dining and dashing at Applebee's. Getting kicked out of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Using amenities at various student apartments. The Minneapolis Police Department has noticed a trend of juveniles loitering on and around campus since September, and are preparing for increased activity this spring.
A number of robberies occurred near campus over the past week, while an on-campus auto theft interrupted otherwise quiet campus activities.