New Minneapolis Minimum Wage Starts January 1Minneapolis businesses with at least 100 employees will have a new minimum wage in a few short weeks.
Minneapolis Mayor Candidates Debate Days Before ElectionNorth Minneapolis-based radio station KMOJ and Black Votes Matter hosted a radio debate for six of the candidates.
Minneapolis Promises Faster Mayoral Race Results Next WeekCity leaders in Minneapolis promise next week's election results will come in a lot faster than four years ago.
Minneapolis Wants $45K More To Promote Nicollet MallNicollet Mall has been under construction since 2015. The council's approval brings the total PR budget to $95,000.
Deadline Nears For HGTV Star To Renovate North Minneapolis HomeThe city sued Nicole Curtis' company, Detroit Renovations, over a property in north Minneapolis that she bought and failed to renovate.
Early Ranked-Choice Voting Starts Friday For Minneapolis RacesIt's almost time for the people of Minneapolis to choose a leader, ahead of the November election.
Minneapolis To Submit Bid For 2026 World CupMinneapolis officials announced Tuesday their intentions to submit a bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the biggest event in soccer.
Minneapolis Offering Free Lead Testing In JuneThe city of Minneapolis is offering free lead testing this month.
Driving Ranges At 3 Minneapolis Golf Courses Opening FridayIf you're ready to get the dust off your golf clubs, you can do so as early as Friday as at least three Minneapolis driving ranges will be opening.
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Minneapolis, St. Paul Tow 1,300+ Vehicles In Snow EmergencyHundreds of Twin Cities drivers are ending the year with a little less money in their pockets. Minneapolis officials say 670 vehicles were towed in Minneapolis alone after Tuesday night's snow emergency, while St. Paul towed over 700. Minneapolis and St. Paul combined issued thousands of parking citations.
City Of Mpls. Sued For Alleged Excessive Force At 4th Precinct ProtestTwo women who protested at the 4th Precinct site are suing the City of Minneapolis and unidentified police officers for allegations of excessive force, according to court documents.

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