The candidates for mayor of Minneapolis clashed over how the city should respond to complaints against the police department at their last scheduled debate before precinct caucuses April 16.
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Twin Cities ranks as safest large metro area for walking alone at night.
A struggling restaurant would get to stay open, while the city of St. Paul takes a $487,000 loss under a proposal that goes before the city council next week.
The reward for audience members from Penumbra’s production of “Spunk,” is to hear how our common language can be adapted and used with cleverness and intelligence to express the range of emotions that shape the human condition.
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Governor’s staff to discuss St. Croix bridge contract
Outdoor flea markets could begin popping up around Minneapolis this summer under a new ordinance approved today by a city council committee.
Several Minneapolis and St. Paul office buildings are being recognized for cutting down their electricity use through changes such as LED lighting and upgraded ventilation systems.
Tim Holden is currently the sole challenger to St. Paul mayor Chris Coleman, who announced yesterday he’s seeking a third term.
Legislative efforts to restrict employers from asking job applicants about their criminal histories are advancing at the Capitol.