Mpls. City Council Votes To Name Part Of Chicago Avenue As ‘George Perry Floyd Jr Place’The Minneapolis City Council has approved a commemorative street name addition in honor of George Floyd.
Minneapolis City Council Denies Motion To Approve Lease For New 3rd Precinct SiteRioters set fire to the department’s 3rd Precinct building on the night of May 28, three days after George Floyd died while in police custody.
No Weekend Curfews, Minneapolis City Council Votes To Extend Mayor's Emergency Powers The Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to extend Mayor Jacob Frey’s emergency powers through the weekend, allowing him to issue more nightly curfews if he deems it necessary.
Minneapolis Seeks New Home For Police's 3rd Precinct After Destruction During George Floyd UnrestMinneapolis is trying to find a new place to house part of its police force.
Minneapolis Police Chief Arradondo: 'The Tide Is Not Turing As Quickly As I'd Like To See It Turn'Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo addressed ways the department is making the city safer Thursday during a city council committee meeting.
Future Of George Floyd Memorial Intersection Still Up In The AirThe Minneapolis City Council admits there is no consensus between the city and community groups about the future of the intersection of East 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, where George Floyd was killed while being detained by police on Memorial Day.
Indoor Tiny House Community For Homeless Planned In MinneapolisSeveral plans are underway to find housing or build new shelters for people experiencing homelessness in Minneapolis, and there’s one unique idea that’s taking a tiny, yet big approach.
Minneapolis City Council Approves 7 New Cultural Districts To Advance Equity, Fuel Economic GrowthOn Friday, the City Council approved an ordinance establishing seven new cultural districts in Minneapolis. 
Minneapolis Charter Commission Delays Police Disbandment Vote, Keeping It From Nov. BallotThe Minneapolis Charter Commission voted Wednesday in favor of leaving the proposed amendment that would dismantle the city’s police department off of the November ballot.
Progressive Coalition Says New Survey Finds Majority Of Mpls. Residents Want To Dismantle MPDA progressive coalition has released new polling information that says a majority of residents in Minneapolis want to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.
Minneapolis City Council Votes 9-3 To Eliminate MPD Public Information Officer RoleThe council reported that in their budget markup process, they moved about $1.1 million from funds for the Minneapolis Police Department over to the Health Department for "violence prevention efforts."