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Life Time Fitness, City Of Minneapolis Quarrel Over Affirmative Action
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - Hiring practices at a well-known fitness chain are being put under the microscope by the city of Minneapolis. For 10 years, the city's police and firefighters trained at Life Time Fitness for free. But current contract ...
Critics, Supporters Fill Reappointment Hearing For Mpls. Police Chief Harteau
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - Minneapolis residents packed city council chambers Wednesday to speak out about the reappointment of Police Chief Jane� Harteau.
Reappointment of Mpls. Police Chief Harteau is now in City Council's hands  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis part of Dept. of Justice initiative to build trust between ...  KMSP-TV
Snow emergency declared in Minneapolis and St. Paul
The city of Minneapolis will declare a snow emergency before 6 p.m. after significant snowfall on any given day. Snow emergency parking rules begin at 9 p.m.
Snow Emergencies in Mpls. and St. Paul  MSR News Online
'The First 48' won't hand over footage in Minneapolis double homicide case
In Hennepin County District Court Friday, the prosecution and Jenkins' public defender demanded that the city turn over the video, arguing that it could contain evidence critical to the case.
A 255-square-block area of North Minneapolis was one of eight urban areas declared a federal Promise Zone in April 2015. This designation from U.S.
City of Lakes Loppet ski festival returns to Minneapolis this weekend
The 14th running of the City of Lakes Loppet, a ski and winter sports festival, begins Friday and runs through Sunday in Minneapolis with more sports than ever. New this year are a series of speedskating races on a one-kilometer oval on Lake Calhoun ...
Nicole Curtis hates 'affordable housing' that replaced south Minneapolis homes
Nicole Curtis, star of HGTV's Rehab Addict show, has a history of feuding with the city of Minneapolis when it tries to tear down a house.
Minneapolis low-rent landlord stripped of licenses
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - The Minneapolis city council voted to revoke the license of a well-know, low-rent landlord due to multiple issues with his properties.
Hundreds of lots are empty amid frenzy of demand for homes in Minneapolis
The glut of empty lots starkly contrasts with a building boom in the rest of the city. Of the 2,700 teardowns in the city from 2002 through 2015, 958 were in the Near North and Camden areas of north Minneapolis. Of those, just 18 percent were replaced.
2016 Winner of the fourth annual Minneapolis Creative City Challenge announced
The Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC), the Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy Program of the City of Minneapolis and Meet Minneapolis, Convention & Visitors Association, in collaboration with Northern Lights.