Led by Sen. Tina Smith, D-Minn., a lineup of female speakers hit the stage at a rally of around 100 Friday at Northrop Plaza to celebrate the start of early voting for the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Along with a number of high-profile races on November’s ballot, the Hennepin County Commissioner’s race could have a direct impact on campus life.
The University of Minnesota's Board of Regents discussed a “modest” biennial budget proposal Thursday following a partial state allotment of the school’s request two years ago.
Mohamud Noor spent the first day of class at the University of Minnesota engaging with students at Coffman Memorial Union.
University of Minnesota officials are set to release the first system-wide strategic plan for the school, which could positively affect state funding at the next legislative session, regents and lawmakers say.
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.