The West Bank Business Association is instituting a block safety program that will seek business owners to volunteer as captains for each city block. The volunteers would maintain contact lists for businesses in their area and serve as “safety ambassadors” for neighboring businesses. The program was rolled out last week.
As teams continue to make their way through the NCAA Tournament, Minneapolis is preparing for the madness that comes with hosting the Final Four.
A man was stabbed in the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood early Sunday evening, authorities said.
With a rise in homelessness on and around campus, the University of Minnesota Police Department will formally partner with a nonprofit this month to address the issue.
The temperature drop in January coincided with a slight drop in nonviolent crimes around campus, according to last month’s Gopher Watch safety report.
A bill introduced to the state legislature earlier this month would eliminate cash bail, which lawmakers say disproportionately affects low-income individuals.
Lawyers for both the players and the University appeared in U.S. District Court Friday morning after the University filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit of nine former football players.
A person was shot outside a building next to the home of U.S. senator and 2020 Democratic hopeful Amy Klobuchar in Minneapolis Saturday afternoon.
The Minneapolis Police Department is considering purchasing surveillance cameras Verizon installed downtown before Super Bowl LII. Seventeen of the 20 cameras – which were installed at no charge to the City – have been operational since, alongside the more than 200 existing cameras citywide. While MPD states the cameras fill holes in its coverage, some City officials have raised privacy concerns.
University freshman Gloria Rieken, 18, disappeared in early November 1970 when she left her Minneapolis apartment but never showed up to class.