Minneapolis City Council Votes To Extend COVID-19 Policies That Support Workers, Local BusinessesSeveral policies implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic to support Minneapolis businesses and workers have been extended.
'It Was Very Violent': Outrage Grows After Video Shows Mpls. City Council VP Andrea Jenkins Being Held By ActivistsSupport is pouring in for Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins.
Minneapolis City Council VP Andrea Jenkins Says Activists Held Her CaptiveA Minneapolis city leader says she is traumatized after protesters held her against her will.
Minneapolis City Council Approves $5M In Overtime For Police DepartmentThe Minneapolis City Council has approved $5 million to pay for police overtime.
Mpls. City Council President Lisa Bender On Costly Police Misconduct Settlements: 'This Is A Whole System Problem'The Minneapolis City Council president is responding to a WCCO report about how much it costs taxpayers to settle officer conduct lawsuits.
Minneapolis Police Seek $5M From City Council To Cover Overtime; Down More Than 200 OfficersThe Minneapolis Police Department is seeking $5 million from Minneapolis City Council to cover overtime costs, as the department grapples with a depleted sworn force down more than 200 active officers from one year ago.
For Mpls. City Council Members, 'Defund The Police' Divisive At DFL ConventionAt the DFL endorsing convention this week, three council members who support defunding the police got the DFL endorsement. Three others did not.
Mpls. City Council Passes 14-Day Eviction Notice OrdinanceThe Fair Notice ordinance comes in anticipation of the end of the eviction moratorium, which has been in effect since the pandemic began.
Community Petition To Replace Minneapolis Police Department Moving Forward The community-driven charter amendment to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a more holistic approach to public safety is one step closer to being on the November ballot.
Minneapolis Makes Juneteenth An Official City HolidayJuneteenth, observed on June 19, commemorates the day in 1865 when enslaved Black Americans in Galveston, Texas finally learned they had been freed two-and-a-half years earlier, when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
Community Members File Petition To Replace Minneapolis Police DepartmentYes 4 Minneapolis, a coalition of community groups, delivered dozens of boxes containing the 20,000 signatures to amend the Minneapolis charter to officials at City Hall.