Hundreds of construction workers participate in Workers Memorial Day ceremony in Saint Paul

 

Community, businesses, residents still searching for answers following West Broadway fire

Mike Rumppe, fire inspector with the Minneapolis Fire Department, addresses concerned citizens affected by the April 15 West Broadway fire.

Just a little more than a week after the devastating fire that changed the landscape of West Broadway, the community, affected businesses and residents are still without answers. 

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“All Options on the Table” with Southwest Corridor

Tunnel plans for the Southwest Light Rail in the Kenliworth Corridor.

Lots of news on the Southwest Corridor lately. You may have heard about it:

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Getting ready for Showtime — MayDay, May 3, 2015

All life is twined together. A Tree of Life.

The celebrants of the MayDay Parade and Ceremony are fixing their ideas and concepts with tape, paper, and paste.

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Dinky gets closer to new status

The Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission released a report 
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Black Lives at the Mall of America: the long shadow of history

In the dock are eleven Black Lives Matter activists fingered by police as the “ringleaders” of a peaceful rally at the Mall of America last

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Reefer Madness Pitched to Minnesota Police Chiefs

The Minnesota Police Chiefs Association kicked off the second day of its 2015 Executive Training Institute with a keynote address from Kevin Sabet, President and CEO of

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New contract with Allina hospitals sets $15 minimum wage

Members of the SEIU Healthcare Minnesota negotiating team celebrate a new contract with Allina hospitals that includes a $15 minimum wage. Photo courtesy of SEIU

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As thousands of

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Green Line Businesses bounce back

Patrons enjoy drinks on Stub and Herb’s outdoor patio as a Green Line light rail train passes on Washington Avenue on April 14, 2015. Businesses along the transit line that faced low sales and slow foot traffic during its construction are now bouncing back.

For some businesses along the Green Line light rail, the nearly two years of transit construction proved to be too much to keep operations steady.
 
The light rail’s cons
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