Funding For Key Minneapolis Police Initiative Falls ThroughPolice spokesman John Elder said the department is trying to find alternative funding. He referred questions about where the money might come from to Mayor Jacob Frey.
Civil Rights Leaders Against Using Minneapolis Foundation To Address Police ReformInstead they want a civilian council of community members to have power and make decisions when it comes to police accountability.
Mpls. Mayor Hodges' Re-Election Prospects Up In Air After Police ShootingHodges has approached the job as head of Minnesota's most liberal city differently than her popular, crowd-surfing predecessor R.T. Rybak.
Protesters Take Rep. Paulsen's Parade Spot After No-ShowU.S. Rep. Erik Paulsen is taking heat for being a no-show at Edina's Fourth of July parade.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith: I Won't Run For GovernorMinnesota's lieutenant governor says she will not be seeking the state's highest office.
Hundreds March Against Violence In North MinneapolisHundreds of people took to the streets of north Minneapolis Saturday in a march to end violence. The annual event gathers community members to march and have a meal together to work towards peace.
Rybak Chosen To Lead Minneapolis Foundation Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak has been chosen to lead the Minneapolis Foundation and tackle issues related to social and economic disparities in the city.
Talking Points: Rybak On SuperdelegatesBernie Sanders won the Wyoming caucuses this weekend by 12 points, but you would not know that by that state’s delegate results: the Vermont senator and front-runner Hillary Clinton will split Wyoming’s 14 delegates evenly.
New York Times Throws Shade At Minnesota's Beloved Honeycrisp AppleThe New York Times is once again taking aim at Minnesota cuisine, this time attacking the beloved Honeycrisp apple.
1 Year On, Some Victims Of Mpls. Apt. Explosion Still HomelessThe cause of a deadly New Year's Day fire in Minneapolis remains a mystery one year later. Three people were killed and more than a dozen injured when the explosion and fire ripped through an apartment building in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood.
Behind The Ballot: Should The Minneapolis Election Filing Fee Increase?We all watched as dozens of people signed up to become mayor of Minneapolis in 2013. Now, Minneapolis voters are faced with the question on Tuesday's ballot of whether the Minneapolis Charter Commission should increase its filing fee.
Officials Break Ground On Downtown East ProjectA major downtown development project broke ground in Minneapolis Tuesday. It is what's known as the Downtown East Project. It will cost $400 million and promises to grow five blocks near the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
4 Weeks After Heart Attack, Rybak Skis In LoppetAs the lights glistened on Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis, skiers took part in a celebration of Minnesota winter. Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak was ready to slip on his ski boots. You would never know his last ski trip was almost his very last. "I did come a little closer to not being here than I'd probably ever want to," Rybak said. On Jan. 7, Rybak was skiing in Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis when he suffered a major heart attack.
Rybak: I Had More Heart Damage At PromFormer Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is taking to the internet to say “thank you,” and share he's healthier than he has been in years. Rybak suffered a heart attack two weeks ago after cross-country skiing. In his RyBlog, he joked he has no permanent damage, unless you count the shirt they cut off of him.
Former Mpls. Mayor R.T. Rybak Released From HospitalFormer Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak was released from the hospital Tuesday, after suffering a heart attack over the weekend.