Coronavirus Updates: City of Minneapolis Recommends Voting Early By Mail This Election YearIn the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Minneapolis is now recommending that residents vote early by mail this election year.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Minneapolis Introduces 11 Miles Of Loop Routes For Safe RecreationStarting April 29, Minneapolis will be implementing 11 miles of "Stay Healthy Streets" loop routes to support more space for active recreation while social distancing.
City Of Mpls. Agrees To Pay Fmr. Viking Tom Johnson, Attorneys $475K In Lawsuit SettlementThe City of Minneapolis has agreed to pay former Minnesota Vikings defensive tackle Tom Johnson and his attorneys $475,000 in a lawsuit settlement.
Minneapolis Now Requires Energy Disclosure Reports On Homes For SaleThe report must be performed by licensed inspectors, who score the quality of the home’s heating system, windows, attic and wall insulation.
Homes For Sale In Minneapolis Will Now Be Given An Energy Efficiency ScoreScores are made based on the quality of a house’s wall insulation, attic insulation, heating system and widows.
The City Of Minneapolis Is Giving Away Free Radon Test KitsThe Environmental Protection Agency designates January as National Radon Action Month.
Minneapolis To Send Out Snow Emergency Procedure InformationThe City of Minneapolis will soon send residents information on where to park during a snow emergency. 
Minneapolis' New Pilot Program Provides Stable Housing To MPS Families In NeedCity officials in Minneapolis announced Thursday the successful launch of a new pilot program that provides stable housing to Minneapolis Public School families at risk of and currently experiencing homelessness.
Road Closures In Minneapolis Go Into Effect Monday, As The City Prepares For Final Four WeekendMarch Madness is well underway and all roads lead to Minneapolis, as the city gears up for Final Four Weekend.
How Mpls. Could Charge Homeowners For Clogged City PipesA new Minneapolis ordinance states that repairs to grease clogged city pipes will be billed to those who caused the problem.
WCCO Spends A Night At The Minneapolis Homeless Encampment 'Tent City'Award-winning WCCO photojournalist Tom Aviles stayed the night to take us behind the tarps and inside the crisis in tent city.