A fleet of black electric-powered Nice Ride bikes will roll into docks on campus and across Minneapolis this April.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz discussed his political priorities on campus Wednesday amid interruptions by protesters. Walz talked about his upcoming biennial budget proposal, health care and education at the event hosted by the Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
A former University of Minnesota employee was charged with allegedly buying dozens of computers with University funds and then reselling them.
A new City of Minneapolis plan will lay out the future of transportation around campus and throughout Minneapolis. The Transportation Action Plan has the potential to impact sidewalks, bike paths and public transit near the University for the next decade.
The Minneapolis Police Department adopted a new sexual assault reporting policy last month, mirroring similar efforts on campus.
After months without a central neighborhood association in Cedar-Riverside, a newly restructured community group will meet next week for the first time.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is seeking input from students and other stakeholders for a $1 million renovation to a park near St. Anthony Main.
With energy efficiency in mind, the Minneapolis City Council will introduce a measure next week requiring landlords to inform potential residents of a property’s utility costs.
The Minneapolis City Council approved a 2019 City budget allocation Wednesday for the Cedar-Riverside Opportunity Center’s first-ever apprenticeship program.
Envision Community, a collaboration between Hennepin Healthcare and the Minnesota Design Center at the University of Minnesota along with other parties, aims to design accessible housing for homeless and low-income people. This week, City leaders are looking to introduce zoning policy to accommodate this type.