With results just in, Phillipe Cunningham has just upset longtime councilperson and council president, Barb Johnson in Minneapolis’ 4th Ward.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) will host a public forum next Friday (Nov. 10) to highlight resources that can help minority-owned small businesses that are looking to expand. The event will be held at the Urban League in Minneapolis, 2100 Plymouth Ave. N., Minneapolis, and is free and open to the public.
Now is not the time to stand down. More to the point, there is never a time to stand down. But now, with all that we have seen politically and culturally within the past year, we as citizens must hold ourselves accountable and exercise in our duty – not our right, but our duty –…
Since St. Paul’s founding, St. Paul has been a city full of people who came seeking a better life. As St. Paul experiences a renewed growth and vitality, it is also changing – in fundamental and irrevocable ways – as children of color fill the city’s classrooms and playgrounds, and as those children grow up,…
Officer involved had history of excessive force A Hennepin County District Court jury has found a Minneapolis police officer guilty of third-degree assault for kicking a suspect who was on his hands and knees. Former Minneapolis officer, Christopher Reiter, 36, was charged in connection with a May 30 incident, which was investigated by the St….
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor @HarryColbertJr – Fashion is a $1.2 trillion global industry and a group of young area entrepreneurs are getting in on the business and hoping to take the Twin Cities worldwide.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension today (Sept. 12) submitted to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office its investigation into the shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond by a Minneapolis Police Officer.
Part six in a series on the new Thor Headquarters at Penn and Plymouth Avenues North: Transformation: Project coordination
By Randall Bradley Architect – As Thor Constructions’ new building rises out of the hole at the southeast corner of Plymouth and Penn Avenues North, people will begin to notice the progress of construction. The workers are diligently and methodically building, erecting and constructing this building. The work may appear to be moving slowly, but…
By Harry Colbert, Jr. Managing Editor @HarryColbertJr – While much of the U.S. population was focused on the devastation during and following Hurricane Harvey and keeping an eye on the approaching Hurricane Irma, the nation’s president was looking for ways to further peel away the legacy of President Barack Obama.