Political Analyst Says No DFL Endorsement For Mayor Benefits Incumbent Jacob FreyAt the DFL endorsing convention, newcomer and progressive activist Sheila Nezhad got 53% of delegates’ support, while Jacob Frey got 40%.
Minneapolis DFL Endorses No Candidates In City's Mayoral RaceThe Minneapolis DFL announced that no candidate for mayor got to the 60% threshold necessary to get the DFL endorsement.
Protesters Face Off With Police For Control Of Minneapolis IntersectionMinneapolis is struggling to deal with an intersection that threatens to become the next 38th and Chicago.
Mpls. City Council Sets Public Hearing For Mayor Frey's American Rescue Plan Act Spending ProposalThe Minneapolis City Council’s Committee of the Whole announced an online public hearing for Mayor Jacob Frey’s spending proposal for the first round of federal funding through the American Rescue Plan Act.
George Floyd Square: Intersection Briefly Reopened Before Community PushbackThe future of the intersection where George Floyd died is still unclear Thursday afternoon after attempts to reopen faced pushback.
Minneapolis, St. Paul End COVID Mask MandatesMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey lifted his city’s one-year-old mask mandate Tuesday, and St. Paul followed suit on Wednesday.
'His Memory Sparked A Global Movement': Minnesota Officials Mark Anniversary Of George Floyd's DeathOn the first anniversary of George Floyd's death, politicians and public figures in Minnesota are honoring his memory.
'We Will Not Protect Killers Of Children': $30K Reward Offered For Info In Shootings Of 3 Mpls. ChildrenMinneapolis city leaders announced Sunday a $30,000 reward fund for information that leads to arrests in three recent shootings that killed one child and left two others critically injured.
Amid Streak Of Violence, What Are Leaders Doing To Keep Minneapolis Safe?Mayor Jacob Frey and Chief Medaria Arradondo gathered once again Saturday with faith and community leaders to talk about what must be done about recent violence.
Mayor Frey: Minneapolis Is 'Seeing A Deep And Collective Push For Change'From COVID-19 to a budget shortfall, or George Floyd 's death to the recent death of a 6-year-old girl from gun violence, the mayor of Minneapolis says his city has experienced one trauma after another this past year — and the Black community has felt the most pain.
Minneapolis City Leaders Put Forth Vision For New Public Safety PlanLeaders in Minneapolis announced measures Monday to stop the crime that's happening in the city.
Mayor Frey: Calls To Defund MPD Have Had An Impact As Crime SpikesShootings, some fatal, are all playing out in and around where people live and work in Minneapolis.
Even When Residents Call For Their Help, Minneapolis Police Won't Go Near 38th & ChicagoOnce again, people who live near George Floyd Square want to know when Minneapolis police will respond to their calls for help.
Frey Vetoes Minneapolis Park Board Resolution To Stop Sharing Headquarters With State PatrolTwo days after the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board voted to end their agreement with the Minnesota State Patrol that allowed the organization to use their headquarters, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey vetoed the resolution, calling it "political grandstanding."
Survey: Residents Strongly Support Reopening George Floyd Square, With Permanent MonumentA survey of businesses and homeowners in the area of East 38th and Chicago Avenue in Minneapolis shows strong support for re-opening the intersection and creating a permanent memorial for George Floyd.