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Minneapolis Aquatennial events announced for 2022

It's the city's 83rd year celebrating the festival.

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City of Minneapolis, Jaleel Stallings reach $1.5M settlement

Although a settlement was made, the city will not admit fault or take any responsibility for the incident as part of the agreement with Stallings.

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State investigation of MPD: Here's what happens next

Minnesota Department of Human Rights Commissioner Rebecca Lucero explains the path forward.

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Minneapolis reaches settlement with clothing store over sick leave violations

A north Minneapolis clothing retailer reached a $10,000 settlement with the city after it failed to provide employees sick leave during the pandemic.

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City of Minneapolis seeking partners to host public 'parklets'

The parklets serve as extensions of the sidewalk and can include amenities like seating and plantings.

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Traffic Control will respond to overnight parking problems instead of Minneapolis police

The pilot program will begin Monday and explore how Traffic Control could eventually respond to all parking-related calls.

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ACLU lawsuit alleges Minneapolis illegally withholds police misconduct files

The city buries police misconduct and disciplinary actions from the public, calling it "coaching," the lawsuit states.

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Minneapolis to create unarmed traffic enforcement division

It wouldn't be part of the police department.

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It's that time of year: Minneapolis offers deal on trees for property owners

The City Trees program sells trees for $25 from March 8 to April 16, or until trees run out.

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Frey announces new Minneapolis Fire Department Chief nominee

Assistant Chief Bryan Tyner will take over, following the current chief's retirement

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Mpls. commits $5M to help small biz, renters and workers amid pandemic

The coronavirus gap funding program was announced Friday.

You can now see health inspection reports for all Minneapolis eateries

The city rolled out the tool to increase transparency of city data.

The Mpls Downtown Improvement District tested a Little Free Lavatory pilot program in 2015.

Minneapolis wants to open 100 free restrooms downtown

Currently, public restrooms are scarce and hard to find.

Parks Board votes to rename parkways around Bde Maka Ska

The changes will go into effect as early as Thursday.

Jury settles Minneapolis officer's snooping lawsuit for $585K

Amy Krekelberg filed the suit after her fellow officers illegally accessed her personal data.

Mpls property owners now have to enter lottery to buy low-cost trees

The city made the change to its tree program due to "overwhelming popularity."

The movie that 'literally' saved Betsy Hodges' life

The former mayor says it got her through some very dark times in her childhood.

Betsy Hodges' efforts as Minneapolis mayor were overshadowed by policing incidents

The mayor's own list of accomplishments were overshadowed by policing incidents.

Recognize this car? Minneapolis police looking for hit-and-run driver

Video shows the vehicle colliding with a motorcycle rider.

Minneapolis sick-leave fight headed to MN Supreme Court

A major business group calls it a "one-size-fits-all mandate."

Lawmakers want unemployment for workers who quit Clubhouse Jäger

The owner had donated to white supremacist David Duke.

Ex-Minneapolis police chief might be able to speak her mind about Mayor Hodges

It sounds like both women are willing to lose the non-disparagement clause.