Black officers sue MPD, Chief Dolan

Following the demotion of a number of Black police officers on the Minneapolis Police force, community members including Police Community Relations Council (PCRC) co-chairs Ron Edwards and Clyde BeMORE »

St. Paul contracting audit finds much room for improvement

Mayor Coleman pledges action to ‘move forward'

The recently released audit and performance review of contracting practices in St.


Hate crimes bill dies in conference

The Matthew Shepard Act, a bill that would add sexual orientation and gender identity to existing hate crimes statutes, made history when it passed both houses of Congress this year.MORE »

Settlement is justice for Duy Ngo

Nearly six years after Minneapolis Police Offer Duy Ngo was shot and nearly killed in the line of duty as an undercover, plainclothes officer with the Minnesota Gang Strike Force, he has reached a MORE »

Five police officers file suit against MPD

The officers claim to have witnessed racial discrimination within the police department.MORE »

Neighborhood organizations under fire

City Council, Mayor, Will Decide Future of Crucial Neighborhood Funding

The Corcoran Neighborhood Organization (CNO) is partially funded by the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP).


Despite similar origins, today’s financial crisis isn’t a 1980s repeat

The November economic forecast released on Friday filled in some of the numbers.MORE »

Senate debate: DFLers, mostly in agreement, find contrast in the details

Four DFLers seeking their party's nomination to challenge Republican U.S. Sen.MORE »

Untrained and unprepared: more incompetence at MnDOT

In the confusion following the collapse of the I35W bridge on Aug.MORE »

Unions and allies: State’s budget woes show failure of Pawlenty’s ‘No New Taxes’

A projected $373 million budget deficit announced today by the State of Minnesota illustrates the continuing failure of Governor Tim Pawlenty’s ‘no new taxes’ ideology, charged union leaders and prMORE »
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