Patrons still won't be able to sit at bars due to COVID-19.
DoorDash claimed the order would make it harder for the service to work with restaurants and increase prices for customers.
The City Council voted to keep target staffing levels at 888 after Mayor Jacob Frey threatened to veto the budget.
Mayor Jacob Frey has repeatedly criticized a Safety for All plan which would cut officer staffing targets from 888 to 750.
The People's Budget, spearheaded by Black Visions Collective and Reclaim the Block, would cut more than $53 million from MPD's budget.
Frey said in a radio interview that 2020 has been a "horrible" year.
The proposed budget also increases funding for affordable housing and violence prevention programs.
It comes amid misinformation about a suicide led to property damage and looting downtown.
The officer won his job back in arbitration, which has the mayor calling for change to the process.
Officers must report any de-escalation attempts when force is used.
It comes amid moves by the city council for sweeping changes and ultimately the disbanding of the department.
The city council is starting what is likely a lengthy process.
The Minneapolis mayor opened up on FOX 9.
He was booed by the crowd when he failed to commit to defunding the MPD.
This comes amid widespread reports of bad-faith actors setting fires.
The criticism centers on deployment of police and National Guard troops.
It'll be in place through the weekend.
The police station was evacuated around 10 p.m. Thursday.
The social media network says his tweet is 'glorifying violence.'
An "all-out effort" is being made to stop the violence and destruction.
Protesting turned destructive in south Minneapolis.
Frey delivered his thoughts at a press conference Wednesday afternoon.
It comes after a night of violent clashes between police and protesters.
Chief Medaria Arradondo and Mayor Jacob Frey made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon.