Minneapolis Set To Raise Tobacco Sale AgeMinneapolis's mayor is expected to sign an ordinance into law that would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21.
Mpls. Considers Raising Tobacco Buying Age To 21Monday, councilmembers heard from passionate supporters and opponents to the change in city law.
Reality Check: Secret Santas At Minneapolis City HallMinneapolis City Council members and the new mayor are ringing in the new year with a bang.
Mpls. City Council Members Give Themselves, Mayor $10K RaisesMinneapolis City Council members have voted to give themselves and the city's new mayor $10,000 raises.
Recount Finds Warsame Had 239 More Votes In 6th WardA recount Tuesday for a Minneapolis City Council seat ended four and-a-half hours after it started.
Phillippe Cunningham Wins Ward 4, Now 2 Transgender Members Of Minneapolis City CouncilBarb Johnson is the current president of the Minneapolis City Council. She was first elected to the Ward 4 seat in 1997.
Frey Takes Early Lead For Minneapolis Mayor, History Made On City CouncilResults from Minneapolis elections are already rolling in as polls close in the city's third bout with ranked choice voting.
With Super Bowl Looming, City Council OKs Short-Term Rental RegulationsThe Minneapolis City Council passed a set of ordinances Friday regulating short-term rentals.
MPD Body Camera Audit Shows Need For ImprovementsTwo months after Minneapolis police were criticized for a lax body camera policy, an independent audit reveals the need for improvements.
Mpls. City Council, Fmr. Police Chief Reach Separation AgreementThe Minneapolis City Council has approved a separation agreement with the city's former police chief, who resigned in July after a police officer fatally shot an Australian woman.
Former Police Chief Harteau Reaches Severance Deal With Mpls.A severance deal has been reached between the city of Minneapolis and its former chief of police.
New Police Chief Brings Excitement, Hope To North Mpls.Many who call the city's north side home know the problems with crime, and hope Chief Arradondo will be the one to make reducing the violence a priority