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City of Minneapolis takes another (small) step toward opening Nicollet Avenue
Then there's the fact that Kmart has veto power over what is done on the adjacent parcel of land now owned by the City of Minneapolis. Worse, even if the store goes out of business - not exactly a remote possibility given the condition of traditional ...
Minneapolis to buy site of Kmart at Nicollet Avenue and Lake Street  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Minneapolis installs Shariah hotline for 'hate speech' snitches
Leo Hohmann is a news editor for WND. He has been a reporter and editor at several suburban newspapers in the Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, areas and also served as managing editor of Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Minneapolis launches hate-crime hot line
The city of Minneapolis has set up a hot line for residents to report hate-crime incidents and other acts of intolerance. The service, operated through the city's 311 help line, is aimed to aid targets of any "harassing behaviors motivated by prejudice ...
Minneapolis Creates New Hotline For Reporting Hate Crimes  Patch.com
Zebra crossings coming to UMN, Minneapolis
Van Love, a City of Minneapolis Traffic Division employee, lines up his cart to paint straight lines on a crosswalk during the first hours of the morning on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 near Dinkytown.
City: Viral video of Minneapolis cafe with chicken in a mop sink is bogus
The Minneapolis woman said she'd worked at Olympic Cafe for seven years. There's actually two in the city, but Kunjan didn't specify.
Free Speech? Not In Minneapolis!
The City of Minneapolis has established a hot line to report speech and conduct that are deemed hateful. The city's press release says: Through its 311 service, the City of Minneapolis has opened a new hotline for reporting hate crimes, which are ...
Minneapolis' plastic bag ban starts June 1, unless the state says no
The refrain at the end of the grocery store checkout line may change next week in Minneapolis, unless the state Legislature gets its way.
Minimum wage hike dominates Minneapolis mayoral debate
The city of Minneapolis is nearing a vote on a $15 an hour minimum wage ordinance. But the candidates for mayor aren't all completely on board with the plan.
How much do Minneapolis' mayoral candidates care about Minneapolis' ...  MinnPost
Man kicked by former Minneapolis cop suing for $4 million in damages
MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - A man is suing the City of Minneapolis and a former Minneapolis Police officer for $4 million in damages after getting kicked in the head by an officer during an arrest.
Man kicked in face by ex-Minneapolis cop sues for $4 million  Minneapolis Star Tribune
UMN and Minneapolis team up to study greener houses
A Minneapolis grant from the U.S. Dept. of Energy is letting the city build MonoPath housing for energy efficient and affordable houses in low income neighborhoods.