Hennepin Theatre Trust Founder Tom Hoch To Run For Mpls. MayorAnother Democrat is getting ready to throw his hat into the ring for mayor of Minneapolis. Tom Hoch announced his candidacy outside of the State Theatre on Hennepin Avenue in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday morning.
Minneapolis Leaders Mull Concerns Over Trump's Executive OrdersThe legal case over President Donald Trump's travel ban is slated to be back in court Tuesday evening after a federal judge suspended it last week.
Coleman, Hodges Review Trump's Sanctuary City OrderOfficials in the Twin Cities are reviewing President Donald Trump's executive order that cuts funding for so-called sanctuary cities. They say the impact of the order is not yet clear.
Minnesota Lawmakers Push Back On Trump's Immigration OrdersMinneapolis is one of several major cities where police officers do not ask a person about their immigration status.
Mpls. Mayor Asks City Staff To Investigate Local Impacts Of Trump PoliciesBetsy Hodges is asking senior city staff members to investigate the implications of soon-to-be President Donald Trump's proposed policies.
3 Issues To Watch In The 2017 Minneapolis Mayoral ElectionWith five candidates now officially declared for the 2017 Minneapolis mayoral election, the race is starting to take shape, and so are the issues.
Mpls. Council Member Jacob Frey Announces Run For MayorMinneapolis city council member Jacob Frey announced Tuesday that he’s throwing his hat in the race for mayor.
Mayor Hodges Announces Plan To Run For ReelectionThe Mayor of Minneapolis just announced she's running for reelection. That makes two candidates for the job so far.
Trump's Stance Against 'Sanctuary Cities' Could Cost Minnesota MillionsPresident-elect Donald Trump is doubling down on his threat to deport illegal immigrants, and to withhold federal grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities."
Nekima Levy-Pounds To Run For Mpls. MayorCivil rights activist Nekima Levy-Pounds is running for mayor of Minneapolis.
Vigil Marks 1-Year Since Shooting Of Jamar ClarkA vigil planned Tuesday night will mark one year since Jamar Clark was shot by Minneapolis Police. Last year, the unarmed 24-year-old was shot and killed in North Minneapolis. The officers were responding to a call about a woman being assaulted.
'Vote Yes For Kids' Campaign Kicks Off At South High SchoolThe "Vote Yes for Kids" campaign wants people to vote "yes" to renew a referendum for Minneapolis Public Schools.

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