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City Of Minneapolis Launches New Digital Image Archive
City records manager Josh Schaffer and others have been working to breathe new life into the holdings of the historical treasure trove tucked away at the base of the Minneapolis City Hall clock tower. A sample of the hundreds of thousands of materials ...
The most beautiful video of Minneapolis you've ever seen
The shoots were often impromptu - grab the camera and drive until something caught his eye. Upon seeing a frenetic intersection or impressive architecture, Halvorson would pull over, set up his gear and shoot the city scene for two or three hours ...
Minneapolis Releases Archive Of Historic Images Online
“Visitors to the page are encouraged to comment and add any historical knowledge they may have related to the images to better identify the materials posted and provide any historical context,” the city said in a statement. The Minneapolis City Clerk's ...
New Mpls. digital archive showcases city history, oddities  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis releases hundreds of historical photos on Flickr page  Minneapolis Sun Times
City Of Mpls. Looks To Bill Urban Explorers Who Need Rescue
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - A Minneapolis city council member wants to bill urban explorers who end up needing rescue. City Council President Barbara Johnson is proposing the fee. She says the person is choosing to participate in an illegal activity and put ...
Urban explorers could be billed for rescue costs  Minnesota Public Radio News
Spree of Attacks on Bicyclists in Minneapolis
Despite the rash of terrifying attacks, neither police nor bicycling advocates believe the assaults are part of a broader "us versus them" culture war with motorists in Minneapolis, a city known for being very bicycle friendly. In fact, "relationships ...
Answers Tough To Find After Cyclist Hit By Chunk Of Concrete  CBS Local
Cement hurled at bicyclists in series of 'random' attacks  KARE
Minneapolis' past finds new life in digital image archive
A city of Minneapolis inspector talked to second-grade students during October 1957. This photograph is among more than 400 vintage images, letters and other historic objects featured in a new digital image archive available on Flickr.
A terrible Minneapolis park deal just got $2 million worse
The city of Minneapolis was paying $20 million to developer Ryan Companies for The Commons, the 4.2-acre park abutting the new Vikings stadium.
Pay-by-phone parking app now available in parts of Minneapolis
For drivers who park in downtown Minneapolis and need to feed the meter, there's now a smartphone app for that. The city on Wednesday unveiled its new pay-by-phone app that is being piloted in the North Loop neighborhood and in areas near Target Field.
Minneapolis Testing Out New Street Parking App  CBS Local
In Mpls., now you can use your phone to pay for parking  Minnesota Public Radio News
Minneapolis Gets Trashed
Pick a spot on the map in the United States and you're likely to come away fairly disappointed at that city's ability to do anything sustainable with its trash.
Mpls. Mayor Hodges to attend climate-change summit in NY
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges will follow up a July meeting with the pope on climate change with a second summit on the issue, this time in New York City. The one-day event in late September will occur in conjunction with a lengthier gathering of ...