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2021 elections: When to expect results from Minneapolis, St. Paul

We might have some unofficial results tonight, but some races could extend to Wednesday.

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Mpls. council president files ethics complaint against Arradondo, Frey

At the heart of the complaint is the chief's news conference about Ballot Question 2.

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Minneapolis council committee approves potential November ballot questions

The ballot questions relate to rent control, a potential new public safety department and changing the city's government structure.

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Frey under fire for $359K Agape contract awarded via COVID order

Some council members called it a "misuse" of his powers, but the mayor pushed back.

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Court documents reveal more details from Winston Smith death scene

Two weeks after his shooting, the circumstances remain murky.

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MN National Guard soldiers 'standing by' to respond in Minneapolis

Mayor Jacob Frey asked Gov. Tim Walz for National Guard support Wednesday.

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City, community leaders explain decision to reopen George Floyd Square

Mayor Frey wouldn't give a timeline on when the intersection would reopen to traffic.

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Violence prevention pilot program in N. Minneapolis won't involve the police

The goal is to deescalate and stop crime before it happens.

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Where efforts to change policing stand a year after George Floyd's death

A look at efforts in Minneapolis, Minnesota and at the national level.

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Jacob Frey, police union, Nancy Pelosi criticized for post-verdict comments

The Minneapolis Mayor is under fire for a tweet in which he said George Floyd's 'life ... bettered our city.'

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Curfew orders could be issued if unrest follows Chauvin trial verdict

Minnesota and the nation anxiously away the jury verdict.

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Thousands of law enforcement to patrol Minneapolis during Chauvin trial

"Safety is a top priority through this very difficult time in our city," said Frey.

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Restaurant sues Minneapolis, claims it allowed destruction after Floyd's death

This lawsuit is the first one against Mayor Frey and the City of Minneapolis for property damage related to the civil unrest last summer.

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What Minneapolis Police Lt. Bob Kroll said in Sunday radio interview

Kroll said that once he's retired he'll go "radio silent."

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Minneapolis City Council committee passes 2021 budget, Frey threatens veto

The budget includes the "Safety for All" amendment, which would cut nearly $8 million from the city's police budget to fund alternative safety programs.

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Lawsuit seeks to block eviction of homeless people from Minneapolis parks

The City of Minneapolis and Hennepin County are named in the suit.

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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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MPD policy change strictly limits 'force and deadly force'

City leaders hope it's the beginning of change and improved relations between police and residents.

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List of 19 bars in Minnesota linked to COVID-19 outbreaks

The majority of cases linked to the bars are young adults.

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Minneapolis indoor bar service closing Saturday amid coronavirus spread

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has announced indoor bar areas will be closed beginning Aug. 1

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Minneapolis preparing for 'dangerous situation on the streets tonight'

Everyone is urged to obey curfew or risk being swept up in a massive response.

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Report: Pentagon prepared to send military force to Minneapolis if necessary

Such a decision hasn't been made by federal government since 1992.