Minneapolis City Council Approves 5-Cent Plastic & Paper Bag FeeThe goal is to cut down on trash and problems with recycling. Some stores say that will cause extra work at the register.
Minneapolis Council Passes Ban On LGBT Conversion TherapyThe Minneapolis City Council passed a ban Friday on the controversial practice of conversion therapy for minors. 
Minneapolis City Council Passes '2040 Plan' Measure On Duplexes, TriplexesThe Minneapolis City Council passed a controversial measure Friday that could change the look of the city and its neighborhoods.
Minneapolis City Council Approves 2040 Plan With 10-1 VoteThe Minneapolis City Council has approved its 2040 plan with a 10-1 vote Friday.
Community Group Makes Recommendations To Amend Minneapolis Police ContractA community coalition is asking Minneapolis City Council to consider its recommendations for reforms when it comes to the Police Federation contract.
Local Officials Look To Conversion Therapy BanMinneapolis and St. Paul officials announced new proposed city ordinances that would ban conversion therapy for minors in the Twin Cities Friday.
Minneapolis City Council Unanimously Passes Renters Protections OrdinanceThe Minneapolis City Council passed an ordinance Friday morning that will make it easier for renters to find a place to live.
Minneapolis Police Chief Proposes Adding More Officers To ForceChief Medaria Arradondo spoke before the Minneapolis City Council for two hours, expressing the need to add 14 officers to help combat crime and to help improve 911 response times.
Mpls. City Council Members Propose Renter’s Protection OrdinanceThe public had the chance Wednesday to voice their opinion on a proposed renter's protection ordinance in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis City Council Votes To Ban New Drive-Thru FacilitiesThe Minneapolis City Council voted Thursday to ban new drive-thru facilities within city limits.
MPD Chief Reiterates Need For Patrol Increase At Public Safety HearingOn Wednesday, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo shared his vision for change within the department to the city council's public safety committee, and the conversation came back again to resources.