Minnesota state lawmakers and University of Minnesota students gathered on campus Tuesday evening to host a conversation about local action on climate change.
A vacant building in Prospect Park caught fire early Monday morning, according to a Minneapolis Fire Department news release.
Electric scooters will likely soon return to Minneapolis following recent approval of a second pilot program with a focus on accessibility.
A set of bills brought forward in Congress by Sen. Tina Smith, D-Minn., aims to demystify loans and the cost of college for students and families.
Gov. Tim Walz, gave his first State of the State address at the Capitol Wednesday, highlighting the stories of eight different Minnesotans and emphasizing the need for a bipartisan government.
A bill passing through the state Legislature could appropriate funds to the University of Minnesota to help transition to renewable energy.
A group of Minneapolis representatives are looking to improve the city’s nightlife, which might include appointing an official director of nightlife, or “night mayor.”
A forum hosted Friday by the University of Minnesota’s Center for Urban and Regional Affairs brought together Twin Cities neighborhood representatives to discuss gentrification, housing and policy.
Minnesota may ban vaping in places where smoking cigarettes is illegal if a bill heard at a House committee earlier this month passes through the legislature.