Minneapolis City Council
The musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra, which one critic called the “greatest in the world,” renewed their offer Friday to meet with management next week.
The city of Minneapolis is considering dropping the speed limit on residential roads, and narrowing other roads to make the city more friendly for walking and biking.
A national movement is calling for advertisers to boycott City Pages in response to adult classifieds. The controversy is over the website Backpage.com, which, along with City Pages, is owned by Village Voice Media.
The Minneapolis City Council approved a resolution on Friday calling on Village Voice Media to end publication of its online classified section that facilitates the trafficking of minors for sexual exploitation.
Tickets are on sale for an onstage discussion featuring Garrison Keillor and author Diane Wilson in Minneapolis next month.
The Minneapolis City Council is going after a website that investigators consider a major hub for child sex trafficking.
The Minneapolis City Council approved new rules Friday for door-to-door sales that will protect consumers, and make it harder for out-of-state companies to exploit youth workers.
A Minneapolis City Council Committee will talk Tuesday about reopening Nicollet Avenue at Lake Street.
The Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously on Friday to support President Obama’s federal immigration policy allowing undocumented youth to remain in the U.S., becoming the first city in the country to do so.
The Minneapolis City Council Committee said no Wednesday to the proposal for a planned Trader Joe’s store in Uptown.
The Minneapolis City Council has voted in favor of single-sort recycling.
A decade-long battle for a new Vikings stadium ended with a 7-6 vote on Friday, the same split as approved the plan in subcommittee form on Thursday afternoon.
The ornate Minneapolis City Council room was packed with construction workers and Vikings fans. Silent protesters held handmade signs as council members were deeply uneasy.
About 55 percent of Minneapolis residents surveyed said they were opposed to using taxes to help fund a new Vikings stadium, according to the Taxpayers League of Minnesota.
It’s not over until it’s over when it comes to the Vikings Stadium.
Now it’s the Minneapolis City Council’s turn to debate and vote on the Vikings Stadium proposal.
Gary Schiff of the Minneapolis City Council has made it very clear he’s against the current bill for a new Vikings stadium in Minneapolis.
If you think the Vikings Stadium is a done deal, think again.
With a less than a week left in the session, the clock is running out for lawmakers to push the Vikings stadium bill through.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton announced Monday morning that the majority of the Minneapolis City Council now supports building a new stadium for the Vikings.
This week the Minnesota Vikings will be taking their stadium proposal to the legislature for hearings.
They’ve come up with plans to build a new Viking stadium. But leaders from the Vikings, Minneapolis and the state of Minnesota need to sell their new stadium deal.
The bill will likely go to lawmakers next week. It puts the new stadium in the same space as the Metrodome. Governor Mark Dayton called it “The People’s Stadium” on Thursday.
The Minneapolis City Council got an update on the Sabo Pedestrian Bridge Tuesday morning, which revealed cracking was found in certain areas.
A vote is by no means a certainty, but right now it looks like any vote that will happen in the legislature for a Vikings stadium would be for a stadium located on, or right next to, the current Metrodome site.