Minneapolis City Councilmember Calls For Solutions To Northside Violence
8 North Minneapolis Residents Sue City For Lack Of Police Protection“Every single night on any block in this neighborhood you can hear gunshots!” Cathy Spann said. “Every single freaking night!”
Mpls. City Council Approves Indoor Tiny House Community For HomelessThe Minneapolis City Council has approved $2 million in CARES Act money for a facility that utilizes tiny homes to serve those who are experiencing homelessness.
Community Activists Say City Leaders Aren't Doing Enough To Quell Minneapolis ViolenceMayor Frey has said officers in the Minneapolis Police Department have been reassigned to fill gaps in the department. The city also launched a violence interrupter initiative that does not involve police.
Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender: Crime Spike Isn't Connected To Movement To Dismantle MPDLisa Bender, president of the Minneapolis City Council, is answering WCCO’s questions about crime and safety in the city.
Residents Plead In Virtual Session For Greater Safety In MinneapolisMany say they are prisoners in their own homes, afraid to venture out for fear of becoming the next victim of crime in Minneapolis.
'You Promised To Keep Us Safe': Community Member Calls On Minneapolis City Leaders To Respond To Uptick In ViolenceA former Minneapolis City Council member is once again calling on city leaders to respond to an uptick in violence on the city's north side.
Minneapolis City Council Under Scrutiny After NYT Article Says Their Pledge To Dismantle MPD CollapsedThe Minneapolis City Council is once again receiving national scrutiny for its intent to dismantle the police department.
Drop In Minneapolis Police Response Time May Be To Prove Political Point, Says City Council MemberA Minneapolis City Council member says it's a false narrative that the council's desire to replace the Minneapolis Police Department is related to the crime surge and MPD's response.
Cries For Help Grow Following Ongoing Crime In MinneapolisConcerns over an uptick in violence and a decrease in the number of police officers on the street to combat, has residents calling for action from city leaders.
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.