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.
A Solar Garden Is Coming To MinneapolisIt's an urban garden unlike any Minnesota has seen before, and it will be planted on top of a busy downtown parking ramp.
Minneapolis Residents Busy Raking Fall LeavesYard waste collection will end the week of November 12th in Minneapolis, so residents better rake leaves while they can.
Minneapolis Picks Temporary Site For Homeless EncampmentMinneapolis has picked a temporary site for hundreds of homeless people who living in tents at an encampment south of downtown.
Minneapolis Receives LED Streetlight OverhaulAn LED upgrade of more than 24,000 streetlights began in Minneapolis last week, and the city is expected to save over $150,000 annually with the change.
Deadline Looms For Minneapolis Residents To Submit 2040 IdeasSunday is the last day Minneapolis residents can let the city know how they think the city should plan for the future.
Minnesota Attorney General Sues Opioid ManufacturerLori Swanson said that she hopes damages recovered from the lawsuit will go to help fund treatment for those in the community affected by the drug.
New Minneapolis Minimum Wage Starts January 1Minneapolis businesses with at least 100 employees will have a new minimum wage in a few short weeks.
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.
Minneapolis Wants $45K More To Promote Nicollet MallNicollet Mall has been under construction since 2015. The council's approval brings the total PR budget to $95,000.