Minneapolis Will Recoup Some Of Trump's October 2019 Campaign Rally CostsThe mayor of Minneapolis said Thursday the city has reached a settlement with the operators of the Target Center to help pay for the cost of hosting President Donald Trump's rally in October 2019.
Minneapolis Mayor Frey Signs Emergency Regulation Capping Third-Party Food Service Delivery Fees At 15%Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has signed the city’s 20th emergency regulation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This one will cap third-party food service delivery fees.
Mayor Jacob Frey Announces Program To Help Business Owners Recover After Civil UnrestThe city of Minneapolis announced a new program Tuesday to help business owners recover from the civil unrest following George Floyd's death.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey And Wife Welcome Baby GirlMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and wife Sarah Clarke welcomed their newborn daughter Wednesday evening.
100 Minneapolis Police Officers Expected To Leave Department By Year's EndMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced during a budget address Friday that 100 police officers are expected to leave the city’s department by the end of the year.
Gov. Walz, Minneapolis Mayor Give Differing Accounts Of Why National Guard Response To Unrest Was DelayedWith large sections of Minneapolis and St. Paul still in ruins, the charred question lingers: What took so long in those dark days to get the National Guard on the streets?
'I'm Not For Abolishing The Entire Police Department': Mayor Frey Speaks Out At Mpls. ProtestProtesters have been marching on Saturday demanding for Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey to defund the Minneapolis Police Department and invest in community-lead safety measures -- beyond police.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Applications For New Forgivable Small Business Loans Due In One WeekMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey announced Friday that applications for the city’s new forgivable $5,000 and $10,000 small business loans are now open, and the deadline to submit is by April 20.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Addresses Budget Freezes In Letter To City EmployeesMayor Jacob Frey sent an email to Minneapolis employees regarding economic impacts of COVID-19, including a hiring freeze, wage freeze, freeze of discretionary expense, and delaying large purchases.
Talking Points: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey On Life Amid COVID-19In tonight’s Talking Points Esme Murphy offers a perspective from Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey.
Mayor Frey Suspends Water Shutoffs For A Month In MinneapolisMayor Jacob Frey announced Friday morning that Minneapolis will be suspending water shutoffs for a month, due to public health concerns from the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Proclaims March 10 ‘Abortion Provider Appreciation Day’Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has proclaimed March 10 as Abortion Provider Appreciation Day.
Minnesota House GOP Proposes Crackdown On Urban CrimeThe GOP minority in the Minnesota House announced a slate of bills Monday aimed at reducing violent crime in Minneapolis and St. Paul and on the Metro Transit system, drawing a sharp retort from Democratic Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey.
'I Was Gutted': Mpls. Mayor Frey Addresses Gun, Drug Charges Against Policy Fellow Keegan RolencA 28-year-old Minneapolis man who works as a policy fellow for Mayor Jacob Frey is facing serious firearm possession and drug charges.
Mayor Frey Joins AT&T As Company Pledges $100,000 To Support Twin Cities Homelessness ServicesThe money will go to three non-profits.