Minneapolis Mayoral Election Results Expected To LagMinneapolis voters are deciding whether to give Mayor Betsy Hodges a second term or choose a new one.
Mpls. Mayor Hodges, Tested By Shootings, Goes Before VotersVoters in Minneapolis on Tuesday weighed whether to give their mayor a second term or choose a new one to take the reins of the state's largest and most liberal city.
Minneapolis Mayor Candidates Debate Days Before ElectionNorth Minneapolis-based radio station KMOJ and Black Votes Matter hosted a radio debate for six of the candidates.
Minneapolis Promises Faster Mayoral Race Results Next WeekCity leaders in Minneapolis promise next week's election results will come in a lot faster than four years ago.
Hoch Called Out For Taking 'Low Road' In Halloween Facebook PostMinneapolis mayoral candidate Tom Hoch is drawing criticism from one of his rivals following a Halloween Facebook post in which he said it was “a scary thought” to have four more years of the current leadership.
Few Barbs Thrown As Minneapolis Mayoral Candidates DebateFive candidates for Minneapolis mayor squared off Monday in a debate at Minnesota Public Radio.
Wirth Community Co-Op Opens In North MinneapolisPeople in north Minneapolis came together Thursday evening to celebrate the new Wirth Community Co-Op.
Mpls. Police Lt. Delmonico Sues Mayor Hodges For DefamationA Minneapolis police lieutenant is suing the mayor for defamation after she rejected his nomination to lead the Fourth Precinct back in April.
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.
Mpls. Committee Finalizes $183K Severance Package For Janee HarteauThe Executive Committee of the Minneapolis City Council finalized Wednesday the severance package for former Minneapolis police chief Janee Harteau.
Advocates Call For Funds To Enforce New Labor LawsFriday morning, advocates came together, calling on Mayor Betsy Hodges to use budget money to help enforce the city's new wage and sick laws.