Hodges’ State Of The City Focuses On Gun Violence, EquityMinneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges delivered her 2016 State of the City address Tuesday to city leaders and community members at the MacPhail Center for Music.
'Flush Target': Anti-Target Campaign Hits The Road Opposing Bathroom PolicyA new campaign hits the road to protest Target's transgender bathroom and fitting room policy. This comes as the Minnesota-based company continues to reaffirm its commitment to equality and equity.
Assaults On Children Prompt Community Meeting In St. PaulA child safety meeting is planned in St. Paul after two children were assaulted this month.
Wells Fargo Program Helping 450 Twin Cities Home BuyersThe Neighborhood Lift Program, spearheaded by Wells Fargo, will help more than 400 Minnesotans move into homes.
Minneapolis Close To Implementing Paid Sick LeaveMinneapolis is one step closer to implementing a paid sick leave policy. Right now, it's estimated more than 100,000 people working in the city don't get paid sick time.
Dayton Announces State Government Diversity AuditGov. Mark Dayton announced an independent audit to examine diversity in the workplace and identify ways to improve and create more opportunities for people of color in Minnesota.
RecruitMilitary Hosts Job Fair For VeteransRecruitMilitary is hosting a job fair to help veterans get back on their feet. On Thursday, at Aria in Minneapolis' North Loop, veterans will have the chance to interview with medical, financial and construction companies.
Mpls. H.S. Students To March In Support Of Voting Rights BillSome Minneapolis high school students are planning walk-outs and marches Wednesday in support of the voting rights bill. The bill, proposed in the state legislature, would restore voting rights to felons after they are released from prison.
Minn. Senate To Discuss 2 Bills On Gun SalesHundreds of people for and against tougher background checks on gun sales will be in St. Paul Tuesday. At 8:30 a.m., the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing in the Senate Office Building for two bills from DFL Senator Ron Latz.
To Honor Prince, Lawmaker Seeks To Make MN’s State Color PurpleA Minnesota state senator is introducing a bill that would designate purple as the official state color in honor of Prince.
Prince Tributes Continue On After Entertainer's DeathBefore fans crowded Xcel Energy Center Sunday afternoon, we caught a glimpse of a special tribute. Prince's logo spread across the seats in the arena.
Prince’s Private Nature Will Be Honored, Friends SayIn life, Prince commanded the spotlight on stage, but when the lights dimmed, he was mysterious and private. Now, in death, it’s much the same.
ME: Prince's Autopsy Is Complete; Body Released To FamilyAn autopsy was completed Friday to determine what caused the death of the iconic musician Prince, who was found unresponsive in an elevator by sheriff's deputies at his suburban Minneapolis compound a day earlier. However, it may take time for information to be released.
Fans Gather At Paisley Park, First Avenue To Remember PrinceHe turned the downtown Minneapolis dance club, First Avenue, into a Minnesota landmark.
2 Charged In Carver Co. Murder Of 90-Year-Old Man Expected In CourtTwo men are expected to plead guilty Thursday in the murder of a 90-year-old Carver County farmer. Reinol Vergara and Edson Benitez are both accused of killing Earl Olander in his San Franscisco Township home last April.