Chroma Zone Mural and Art Festival features ten new public murals and events, held at various locations in the Creative Enterprise Zone neighborhood of St. Paul, executive director Angela Casselton explains.

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Minneapolis Mayoral Debate On WCCOThere are more than a dozen candidates who have said they'd like to be the next mayor of Minneapolis. On Monday, with just over one week to go before Election Day, WCCO invited four top contenders to be part of a lively discussion on the future of the city.
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WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 9: Closing PitchesFinally, each of the four candidates participating in the WCCO-CBSN Minnesota debate were asked to make a final pitch to Minneapolis voters, telling them why they should vote for them and not their fellow candidates.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 8: Say What's Worked In MinneapolisEach candidate was asked to reflect on the changes to Minneapolis during the last four years, and specifically to focus on something that worked well since the start of Mayor Frey's term. Frey was asked the same, but also asked to say one thing he wishes he would've done during his term.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 7: Viewer Questions On Housing, PolicingWCCO asked the community to share their questions on housing shortages, as well as what the mayoral candidates would immediately do if Question 2 passes.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 6: 'Who Will You Rank #2?'For a change of pace, the candidates were asked a quick lightning round of questions about the city and the other candidates, starting with the question "Who will you rank #2 on your ballot?" The mayoral race is a ranked-choice race.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 5: How To Get Downtown's Groove BackDowntown Minneapolis still is struggling to bounce back from unrest and the pandemic. The Downtown Council says workers in the office, restaurant diners, hotel occupancy are all less than half of the levels seen before March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic sent people and students to work from home for months or years on end.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 4: Crime Spike In MinneapolisThere's no debate that crime is on the rise in Minneapolis, but Minneapolis's top mayoral candidates differ on what should be done to put a stop to it.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 3: Rent Control QuestionMinneapolis has never implemented a rent control ordinance, but ballot Question 3 could change that. It would amend the City Charter to authorize the Minneapolis City Council to regulate rent on private residential property.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 2: So-Called 'Strong Mayor' QuestionQuestion 1 would change the city's form of government and clearly define the mayor as the city's chief executive and the Minneapolis City Council as the legislative and policymaking body.
WCCO Mpls. Mayoral Debate, Part 1: Public Safety Ballot QuestionLargely driven by the police murder of George Floyd, it is widely considered to be the most important and controversial issue on the ballot.
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