Though city officials engaged residents for years to craft the plan, some remain skeptical of how it could transform their neighborhoods.
“The competition for those dollars is tremendous and we’ll try to be fair,“ said Sen. David Senjem, R-Rochester. “This is not a candy jar full of money — we’ve got to, frankly, work within our budget.”
Minneapolis city officials and student government members are working to define where students fit in affordable housing policy.
As city legislation that bolsters renters’ rights is set for a vote, the debate between property owners and tenant advocates has continued to heat up.
In an effort to reinforce community policing, a new proposal would assign more officers to walk neighborhoods around the city.
In his 2020 budget presentation Aug. 15, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey proposed designating six “cultural districts” around the city that would aim to celebrate the city’s diverse communities.
A woman was sexually assaulted in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood early Wednesday morning after a man broke into her apartment, authorities said.
City, county and campus officials are collaborating to respond to the opioid crisis, hoping to curb the epidemic in Twin Cities communities.
A former University of Minnesota student and fraternity chapter president is suing the Minnesota Daily for defamation regarding an article published in 2017 identifying him as a perpetrator of sexual assault.
Amid Minneapolis' growing population and dwindling recruitment numbers, city and campus officials are looking to different solutions to bolster their ranks.