BLM Protesters March From 4th Precinct To City HallAfter a night of violence that left five people shot near the 4th Precinct occupation, protesters are marching to Minneapolis City Hall in a show of solidarity.
Hodges Meets With Protesters, Calls Clark's Death 'An Awful Thing'Protesters of the Jamar Clark shooting met with Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges Thursday morning, calling for the release of video and a de-escalation of police presence at a northside precinct which saw an overnight clash between officers and protesters.
Minneapolis Businesses Fight Back On Working Families AgendaThe push back could be felt in Minneapolis City Hall on Mayor Betsy Hodges' controversial Working Families Agenda. On Friday, about 75 business owners packed into a conference room to explain why the proposed ordinance is a bad idea and would hurt small business.
Workers Hold Silent Rally For Expanded Benefits In Minneapolis City HallBefore a protest in the street downtown, A group of about 100 held a silent march through Minneapolis City hall. They're asking the city to pass a working families agenda that would give them paid sick time and other benefits.
Mpls. City Council Votes To Repeal Spitting, Lurking OrdinanceThe Minneapolis City Council voted Friday morning to repeal two laws that some say encourage racial profiling. The council vote was 12-1 in favor of rolling back those ordinances. Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges praised the city council's decision.
Police: Some Evidence Files Damaged In Mpls. City Hall FireThe Minneapolis Police Department has closed its Property Room after a fire in Minneapolis City Hall's sub-basement early Monday morning.
NOC Rallies For Workers' Rights At Mpls. City HallDozens of metro-area community members are hoping their words will create change. The group, "Neighborhoods Organizing for Change," rallied at Minneapolis City Hall Friday.
Cost Of Target Center Renovation Increases By $30MThe cost to renovate Target Center is going up. An updated budget unveiled at Minneapolis City Hall this week shows the cost has climbed to nearly $129-million.
Mpls. City Hall Plaque Will Commemorate First Same-Sex MarriagesA new plaque at Minneapolis City Hall commemorates the state's first legal same-sex marriages performed there in 2013. Sixty-seven couples were married August 1st of that year after Minnesota became the 12th state in the nation to recognize same-sex unions.
Minneapolis City Hall Clock Halts ... As PlannedA downtown Minneapolis icon stopped running Monday morning, but don't worry -- it was all planned. The clock atop the historic Minneapolis City Hall now reads 6:30, and it will for much of the week.
Protesters March To Mpls. City Hall, Bringing I-35W To HaltA protest against the grand jury decisions in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases spilled onto Interstate 35 W just south of downtown Minneapolis Thursday afternoon. The protesters blocked all of the northbound lanes causing traffic backup for miles. The crowd eventually ended up at Minneapolis City Hall.
Gay Marriage Was Minnesota's Top Story Of 2013 Hundreds of gay and lesbian couples married in Minnesota, beginning at the stroke of midnight on Aug. 1.