Minneapolis Debating Ordinance On Section 8 HousingOfficials are debating an ordinance that would prohibit landlords in the city from discriminating against Section 8 applicants.
Minneapolis Leaders Hold Meeting Over Trump's Executive OrderMinneapolis city leaders held a meeting with hundreds of people Sunday night to discuss President Trump's executive order on immigration.
Mpls. Council, Mayor Approve Resolution Restating Support For Syrian RefugeesMinneapolis city officials announced Friday that Mayor Betsy Hodges and the city council have approved a resolution that supports resettlement of Syrian refugees in Minneapolis. The resolution also calls on other Minnesota communities to do the same.
Mpls. Council Member Jacob Frey Announces Run For MayorMinneapolis city council member Jacob Frey announced Tuesday that he’s throwing his hat in the race for mayor.
Mpls. City Council Mulls Severing Ties With Wells FargoThe city of Minneapolis is calling out Wells Fargo, saying they are looking into taking their business elsewhere.
Congressman Keith Ellison's Son To Run For Minneapolis City CouncilCongressman Keith Ellison's son is set to start a political career of his own.
Ethics Complaint About City Council Member's Tweets DismissedAn ethics complaint against a Minneapolis City Council member concerning controversial tweets posted during a Black Lives Matter rally has been dismissed.
Group Calls For Mpls. To Drop Appeal Against Minimum Wage CaseA group of Minneapolis residents are asking the city of Minneapolis to drop an appeal to keep minimum wage off the Nov. 8 ballot.
Minnesota Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Wage Ballot QuestionThe Minnesota Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday about whether a $15 minimum wage question should be on the city of Minneapolis ballot in November.
4 Things To Know: Mpls. Minimum Wage, Gene Wilder, Tim Tebow & MoreFrom the Minneapolis minimum wage vote heading to the Minnesota Supreme Court to the death of Gene Wilder, here is a look at the top four stories from Aug. 30, 2016.
Minneapolis City Attorney Plans To Appeal $15 Min. Wage DecisionMinneapolis city officials are appealing a judge's decision to put a minimum wage vote on November's ballot.
Judge Rules In Favor Of $15 Minimum Wage Vote In Mpls.On Monday, Hennepin County Judge Susan Robiner ruled in favor of putting raising the minimum wage on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election.
Fate Of Mpls. Min. Wage Referendum in Judge's HandsA judge will now be the one to decide if a minimum wage increase in Minneapolis will go on the November ballot.
Labor Advocates File Lawsuit Over $15 Minimum Wage Ballot Initiative In Mpls.Advocates say residents should be allowed to vote on the city charter amendment, but city council members say the issue doesn't belong in the city charter.
Hennepin Theatre Trust To Buy Fmr. Solera BuildingHennepin Theatre Trust officials announced Friday that the Trust will be purchasing the former Solera Building in downtown Minneapolis.