Black Lives Matter Protesters Rally At Mpls. City HallFor the first time in nearly three weeks, Minneapolis Police's 4th Precinct is free of protesters. But calls for justice for Jamar Clark continued Thursday night at city hall and in northeast Minneapolis.
Workers Hold Wage Rally At Minneapolis City HallWorkers rallied outside of Minneapolis City Hall Wednesday in support of a proposal which critics and supporters agree would create the most sweeping workplace regulations in the nation. People carried petitions of support into city hall to give to Council Members Cam Gordon and Lisa Bender, who are backing the measure.
Protesters Fill Minneapolis U.S. Bank, City Hall Over Working ConditionsMore than 300 protesters took over a U.S. Bank branch in the skyway of the company's corporate headquarters in downtown Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Betsy Hodges Wins Mpls. Mayoral RaceBetsy Hodges, a Democratic member of the Minneapolis City Council, emerged as the winner of the race for mayor of Minnesota's largest city Thursday night. Hodges received the most votes of the 35 candidates in Tuesday's race but fell shy of an outright majority. Minneapolis uses ranked-choice voting, which allows people to make up to three choices of candidates on their ballots. Ballots are reassigned as candidates are deemed out of contention.
St. Paul Man Arrested In Northern MN City Hall BurglaryA 22-year-old St. Paul man has been arrested in connection with a Sept. 1 burglary of a city hall in northern Minnesota, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office. Authorities said Jacob William Reynolds was arrested Tuesday in connection with the incident, which happened at the McKinley City Hall just after 9 a.m. on Sept. 1.
Authorities Looking For Suspect In City Hall BurglaryAuthorities in northern Minnesota are looking for a suspect after the City Hall and library in McKinley were burglarized on Sunday. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office said the incident happened sometime early Sunday morning.
A Full Recap Of The 1st Historic Same-Sex WeddingsWhat a difference a year makes. Last fall, we were talking about an amendment to ban same-sex marriages. Now, they're official. Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak married a total of 46 couples overnight in a marathon session starting when the law became official at 12:01 a.m. -- and ending around 6:45 a.m. Thursday morning.
Minnesota Less Than 24 Hours Away From Gay MarriageIn less than 24 hours, same-sex couples can legally get married in Minnesota. Some couples are not wasting any time. They are getting married at 12:01 Thursday morning. It will be a busy night both in Minneapolis and St. Paul as both cities have large events planned.
Minneapolis Offering Free Tickets For Gay Marriage CeremoniesIf you’re looking to be a part of history on Thursday, you’ll want to be at the Hennepin Theatre box office at about 11 a.m. Monday. Same-sex marriage will officially become legal in Minnesota on Thursday after lawmakers passed a bill in the last legislative session to put it into law.
Driver Arrested After Crashing Into Eau Claire City HallEau Claire police say a driver who crashed into City Hall on Tuesday was under the influence of drugs.
Mpls's 1st Female Police Chief Takes The OathJanee Harteau took the oath Tuesday to become the City of Minneapolis's first female police chief. The ceremony was held at Minneapolis City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.
Rybak, City Council Approve New Chief HarteauThe Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously to confirm the nomination of Janeé Harteau on Friday morning. She joined the Minneapolis Police Department as an officer in 1987, and has worked her way up to assistance chief.