Arsonist May Have Started Block-Wide N. Minneapolis Fire A fire that destroyed a city block of businesses and historic buildings may have been intentionally set.
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.
Activists Want To Fix Minneapolis Racial DisparitiesCommunity activists want to fix what they call racial disparities in Minneapolis.
Does Lurking, Spitting Ban Promote Racial Profiling?Lurking and spitting on the sidewalk have been against the law for many decades in Minneapolis. Now, some people want the city to repeal those ordinances, saying they promote racial profiling.
After West Broadway Fire, The Question Is: 'What’s Next?'Investigators have yet to fin what sparked a fire that damaged five historic buildings in north Minneapolis.
5 Businesses Lost In 3-Alarm North Minneapolis FireCrews responded to a fire in North Minneapolis Wednesday morning. Few details were immediately available, but the fire was reportedly at Dupont Avenue North and Broadway Avenue North.
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.
Report: Black Minnesotans Missing Out On Economic RecoveryAfrican Americans are not experiencing the same economic recovery compared to others in the country, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute and the Center for Popular Democracy. Some organizations say Minnesota is experiencing a crisis level of inequality with wages and jobs.

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