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Technology increasingly shows how one gun can change hands and travel across cities and states, leaving a trail of dead or injured victims in its wake.
The case, stemming from the June 2016 incident, marks a rare example of a police officer being charged criminally for using force on duty.
The shooting was captured on surveillance video.
Twin Cities man charged with shooting his sister's boyfriend with a rifle.
Tom Johnson can still pursue the lawsuit for the stun gun usage. outside a club in 2014.
The devastating threats are on the rise, and the crimes difficult to police.
Edward S. Adams took a plea deal in court Thursday that likely won't result in prison time.
She resigned after sexual misconduct complaints.
Federal agents will destroy your vaping equipment in a safe manner on Saturday.
Minneapolis is now home to the second federal courthouse in the nation named after a woman.
Noah McCourt said the deluge of scooters violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Peaceful chants and sign-waving turned into an impasse with police. One group of protesters burnt a pile of Trump merchandise, while the president's supporters sped away flipping middle fingers.
Some estimate more than 10,000 people will flood downtown to oppose the president's visit, with two dozen disparate groups planning to protest. They'll be met by counterdemonstrators supporting the president. The rally is scheduled for 7 p.m . at Target Center.
Ousted director says she was forced to fire the CFO because he is white.
The Twin Cities area remains one of the safest metros in America, according to FBI data.
Misconduct accusations cloud nonprofit pushing social justice.
It's a battle against heroin, meth and pills deluging the North Shore.
Minnesota U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald will have more influence in steering justice priorities in Washington, D.C.U.S. Attorney General William Barr appointed MacDonald and eight others…
Abdelhamid Al-Madioum, 22, disappeared in 2015 while on a family vacation. He claims that the FBI interrogated him in a Syrian prison.
Michael Hari is accused of firebombing a mosque.
Woman says that Hennepin Healthcare violated her civil rights.
Two sheriff's deputies shot Archer Amorosi last year after the teenager charged them with a hatchet and BB gun.
The 2017 incident went viral after owner posted a video of the encounter. The city attorney says they are reviewing the lawsuit before commenting.
With the added officers, a regional task force aims to expand to prosecute national traffickers, and ultimately reach the international supply chains in China, Mexico and Colombia.
The lawsuit says school officials did nothing as black students in Eastern Carver County Schools endured physical violence, death threats and racial slurs.
The first-term City Council member from a political family wrestles with the transition.
Teel's friends and family recall him as brilliant, troubled, fearless — a multitalented man whose creativity and compassion knew no limits.
Officials said that the man shot a woman, who is expected to survive.
City Coordinator Nuria Rivera-Vandermyde will depart on Oct 1., following her predecessor to Austin's city manager office.
The mayor wants to support his chief, but the City Council already frowned on the request for 400 additional officers.
At a public hearing, one person called the proposal 'the best thing to happen to Minnesota since Prince.'
Under the new rules, politicians will use authorized accounts to communicate with the public.
Charter change would give the public more time for input, backers say.
Minneapolis plan would require developers to include below-market units.
Minneapolis plan would compete with new state law, business leaders say.
The violation for an employee who tried to get back into the bar after the shooting was dropped because the man did not work for Crave.
Minneapolis seeks stricter security at the downtown restaurant and bar.
City Council Member Lisa Goodman asked the Met Council to speed up the project.
The city's proposal comes at a time when politicians depend on social media to communicate with the public and, increasingly, to conduct government business. But the draft policy does not cover "personal" accounts used by elected officials.
The minimum pay is now $11 for small employers and $12.25 for larger ones.
The proposal to protect workers from unsanitary conditions and exploitative practices will go before a public hearing later this summer.
The proposal would require employers to put all pay agreements in writing and provide regular written or electronic earnings statements for transparency.
The two major Twin Cities hospital systems began preliminary merger talks earlier this year.
The Minneapolis bar owner has not paid rent for two months, court documents show.
A spokesman for Hennepin Healthcare said the hospital decided to end its agreement with Axon Enterprise. It will also update its code of ethics, and Dr. Jeffrey Ho will no longer work as the medical director for the manufacturer.
Governor calls changes a bipartisan success.
Medical staff at HCMC continued to sedate people with ketamine and collect data for a study for months after the hospital’s leadership told elected officials…
The move comes as Sherman Associates proposes using a large portion of a downtown building for short-term leases.
Draft plan would make Minneapolis police the central point of contact with homeless encampments.
The owner of Cheers is accused of posting disparaging comments about the Jewish faith, eliciting protest from the Minneapolis mayor.
Peavey Field Park, in the Phillips neighborhood, has developed a reputation as one of the most dangerous parks in Minneapolis.
He is remembered as a capable leader, pragmatic, entrepreneurial and direct, with a diplomatic spirit even toward his adversaries.
Some came seeking answers as exhibits in Mohamed Noor's trial were open for public viewing.
An update from the 5-year-old's family says they are for "non-life threatening complications" related to the fall.
And in Ely, another officer had to administer "a verbal warning" to a persistent deer who wouldn't leave a man and his dog alone.
The suspect was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center.
Minnesota lawmakers plan to vote on what would be the state's first law governing the use of solitary confinement in prisons, limiting the use of…
Two dozen eateries applied for liquor licenses for the first time. With about 70 restaurants in the city eligible, more applications are likely on the way.
The motion opposes a request to block public viewing of exhibits.
Sen. Jeff Hayden called it "repulsive" that a doctor was testifying on behalf of a police stun gun manufacturer.
Jeffrey Ho is a sheriff's deputy, HCMC doctor, and Taser advocate — mixed allegiances that have raised questions.
Prosecutor seeks to hold back some exhibits, such as death scene images, saying the public's right to inspect evidence after the trial is "not absolute."
The concern was shared at a listening session with some of the city's top leaders, held in the neighborhood where Justine Ruszczyk Damond lived.
The City Council held a closed session to discuss the $50 million civil rights lawsuit brought by Justine Ruszczyk Damond's family.
As the City Council begins to implement the new zoning policies, other cities will be watching to see what happens — including what happens come election time.
The union said the mayor misrepresented an agreement this week.
Mayor Jacob Frey said Minneapolis will likely be the first city to ban the training, which critics say creates a higher likelihood for an unecessary use-of-force encounter with the public.
City, county officials and others met Friday to take stock in the navigation center — and where to go next.
A coalition of media and open government groups opposed Judge Kathryn Quaintance's earlier decision to shield the evidence.
News outlets argue that it's key evidence in trial.
The job eventually may be funded through the city's general fund.
In a court filing, a press coalition says the First Amendment prohibits blocking the public from seeing evidence in the courtroom.
A coalition of news organizations say the limitations will hinder coverage of the much-anticipated trial.
With Mohamed Noor's trial set to begin Monday, Judge Kathryn L. Quaintance cited the need to preserve "order and decorum."
A City Council committee approved new details on its contract with Association of Black Economic Power, the nonprofit behind Village Financial Cooperative.