Amid concerns about data security, the Minneapolis City Council pushed forward a new municipal identification program last week that could make it easier for international and undocumented students to rent an apartment, cash a check or file a police report.
An amendment to give the Minneapolis City Council increased oversight over the Minneapolis Police Department has seen mixed reactions from local community leaders.
A new City of Minneapolis policy aims to protect tenants living in naturally occurring affordable housing, including more than 1,000 units near campus.
As City budgets are finalized for next year, leaders in Cedar-Riverside say they will advocate for funding to solve a persistent lack youth programming in the neighborhood.
Amid public criticism from environmental groups and the City of Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota will remain in a statewide energy efficiency program.
In his third bid for office, prominent Cedar-Riverside figure Mohamud Noor won the Minnesota state House 60B seat Tuesday night, with 86 percent of the vote.
Efforts to build a hydroelectric turbine near St. Anthony Main hit a major roadblock late last month when its grant funding and contract were terminated, a move that was applauded by city leaders.
Attendees crowded inside the Cedar Riverside Opportunity Center last Saturday as Somali youth held their first organized meeting to discuss community issues on the West Bank.
The University of Minnesota Police Department and the Minneapolis Police Department responded to a reported arson incident and multiple thefts on and around campus this week.
Students living in neighborhoods around the University of Minnesota will be able to more easily access crime statistics when Gopher Watch, an off-campus watch group, launches next month.