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150 Guns Collected In Minneapolis Buyback Program
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - The city of Minneapolis is hoping a gun buyback program will help curb violent crime. The number of homicides have gone down in Minneapolis since last year but the total number of shootings are up 46 percent.
Minneapolis gun buyback runs out of gift cards  KMSP-TV
Gun Buyback Closes Early After Huge Response in Minneapolis
HGTV's Nicole Curtis to have her home seized by city of Minneapolis after ...
More than two years have passed after the year deadline to complete the renovations and now the city might take legal action against Curtis and seize the house.
Judge rules Minneapolis gets to vote on a $15 minimum wage
In late July, Minneapolis city attorney Susan Segal dealt the advocates a legal opinion that raising the minimum wage was an issue better left to the city council, which has authority over ordinances, rather than voters, who have the power to amend the ...
Minneapolis $15 minimum-wage advocates mount election campaign  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Judge: $15 wage must go to Mpls. ballot  KARE
Minneapolis City Council opts for Sherman plan at 205 Park
Sherman Associates has six months to work with the city of Minneapolis staff to nail down a purchase and development agreement for a 36,000-square-foot lot at 205 Park Ave.
New animated film tells the heartbreaking story of Minneapolis' lost Gateway
For those unfamiliar with it, the Metropolitan Building is largely recognized as the biggest loss for Minneapolis preservationists, a gorgeous 1890s Richardsonian Romanesque office tower torn down in the early 1960s as part of the city's massive ...
Supreme Court starting hearings on Mpls. minimum wage, police insurance
One of the measures would set a $15 an hour minimum wage in the city, and the other would require Minneapolis police officers to carry professional liability insurance.
Supreme Court showdown looms Tuesday over Minneapolis ballot questions  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Two proposed ballot measures in Minneapolis face two very different outcomes ...  MinnPost (blog)
60 percent of Minneapolis homeowners could see property tax increase under ...
About 60 percent of Minneapolis homeowners could see a higher property tax bill as a result of Mayor Betsy Hodges' proposed 2017 budget, based on preliminary estimates released Monday by city staff members. City Council members peppered finance ...
Higher property taxes possible for most Minneapolis homeowners under 2017 budget  MinnPost
City Report Finds Problems with Handling of Minneapolis Police Complaints ...
An undercover investigation led to the Minneapolis Police Conduct Oversight Committee's new report, which exposes problems with the civilian complaint reporting process at some of the city's police precincts. The new PCOC report said their testers, a ...
Tenants in Minneapolis Protest, Demand Better Living Conditions
The City of Minneapolis continues to closely monitor this case. Once there is a resolution and findings we can look at, we will review our options and determine the appropriate next steps.
Minneapolis Seeks Ways to Pay $2M in Maintenance Costs for New Downtown ...
The city of Minneapolis recently purchased a little more than four acres in downtown Minneapolis for the new Downtown East Commons Park.