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Critics object to Minneapolis laws against spitting and lurking
The city of Minneapolis should repeal ordinances that ban spitting and lurking, as there is no evidence that they deter crime, residents told City Council members on Wednesday.
Mpls. police pay over $10M for 'conduct lawsuits'  KARE
Mpls. Considers Repealing Lurking, Spitting Ordinances  WDAZ
The People Of Minneapolis May Someday Get To Choose Something Other ...
A year ago, when we investigated the sad state of broadband competition in the U.S., Minneapolis was one of the markets we mapped to to show just how few choices people had.
A sneak peek at CenturyLink's Prism TV  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Moody's assigns MIG 1 to $13M City of Minneapolis' (MN) Housing Revenue ...
Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has assigned a MIG 1 rating to $13,000,000 City of Minneapolis' (MN) Housing Revenue Bonds (Broadway Flats Apartments Project), Series 2015.
Minneapolis police officer with two costly lawsuits has record of complaints
A Minneapolis police officer whose two excessive force lawsuits have cost the city $410,000 has had 19 complaints filed against him since he started in 2007, six of them last year.
Lurking, spitting repeals gets support of Minneapolis council committee
Two laws criticized as tools used by the police to target minorities may soon be taken off the books in Minneapolis. The city ordinances prohibiting lurking and spitting have been the subject of fierce debate for years and, more recently, the focus of ...
Minneapolis waterworks shop a blast from the past
As a city of Minneapolis blacksmith, Nick Bounds plies his throwback craft in a century-old building that's become far too small for the duties of a booming city.
New season of Minneapolis walking tours begins
stockvault-girls-walking140607 Preserve Minneapolis launches its brand-new website and announces the line-up of the latest season of its popular Walking Tours of the city's historic neighborhoods. These tours are the best way to get to know Minneapolis ...
St. Paul population nears 300000 threshold
When Minneapolis passed the 400,000 population mark last year for the first time since the 1970s, Mayor Betsy Hodges set a population goal for the city of more than 500,000 within the next 20 years, in part by adding denser housing along transit routes.
Whittier Alliance and Minneapolis attorneys want discrimination case dismissed
A federal judge heard arguments Tuesday afternoon from lawyers representing the city of Minneapolis and a neighborhood organization who want thrown out a lawsuit brought by a small group of residents and business owners who say the organization is ...
Minneapolis Group Wants Officers to Pay for Own Liability Insurance
Before Officer Michael Griffin was indicted on federal charges for using excessive force and lying under oath, he cost the city of Minneapolis $411,864.78. The city paid $140,000 in 2014 to settle a lawsuit filed by Ibrahim Regai, who Griffin allegedly ...
Decorated Minneapolis cop pleads not guilty in excessive force indictment  Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews
Minneapolis officer pleads not guilty to perjury, other charges  Minneapolis Star Tribune