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A fraternity quickly suspended an adviser to a local University of Minnesota chapter after an e-mail he sent to members blasting rape accusers became public.
Jethro Gboeah was charged in May with assault before he was accused of repeatedly stabbed his wife on Tuesday.
50-year-old Apple Valley woman in custody
Randall Tigue, who is best known for his adult entertainment clients, must wait two years before he can be reinstated.
Search prompted by the Hennepin County attorney's office
The man was charged with trying to disarm a peace officer. But security video shows that as the officers walked him through a corridor they took him to the ground, then tased, kicked and punched him.
Two protesters sued officer Kenneth Tidgwell, accusing him of excessive force
The cause for the Minneapolis blast still is undetermined, but victims blame CenterPoint and the building owner.
Before the killing of Mai Yer Cha, parking areas near Target Field had seen a spike in violence.
Investigation into Justine Damond shooting continues.
He pioneered a group of Minneapolis journalists who sailed down the Mississippi and into the Atlantic Ocean in their home-built boat.
He may have to talk with police internal affairs, but that information couldn't be used in a criminal case.
Christopher Reiter wants trial moved due to video leaking.
Minneapolis native well-liked in community.
Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Judith Hawley is ending a 43-year career prosecuting violent crime.
The charges says the defendants stole more than $900,000.
The charges accuse the seven women of providing phony personal care attendant services.
Castile's death, and the acquittal of the officer who shot him, resonated far and wide.
On the evening of July 6, 2016, St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez stopped a white Oldsmobile driven by Philando Castile in Falcon Heights. Also in the car were Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her young daughter. Just one minute later, Yanez fired seven shots into the vehicle, fatally wounding Castile. This is a breakdown of key events shown in the police dashcam video. This article contains graphic content and language.
Investigators pored through social media accounts and cellphones, but less so for the officer who shot Philando Castile.
Instructors say de-escalation tactics might have helped during the officer's traffic stop of Philando Castile.
The exchange is captured in the latest videos released from the investigation into the fatal shooting of Philando Castile. On Friday, officer Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty of manslaughter in the shooting.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said that it was preparing to release the results of its monthslong probe into the shooting death of Philando Castile, including dashcam footage from Officer Jeronimo Yanez's squad car.
In closing arguments, a prosecutor painted Officer Jeronimo Yanez as someone whose testimony wasn't credible, arguing that Philando Castile "never reached for his gun, let alone put his hand on it."
The shooter, Allen Scarsella, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. Prosecutors say they will seek jail time for both of the two accomplices.
The officer took the stand to defend his shooting of Philando Castile in a traffic stop. "I had no other choice. I was forced to engage Mr. Castile. He was not complying with my directions," Yanez said.
Defense lawyers called St. Anthony Police Chief John Mangseth to the stand, where he offered praise for Officer Jeronimo Yanez, but did not comment about Yanez's actions in the fatal shooting.
Sex workers trying to raise money for Ricky Turner Jr.'s bail, investigator says
Diamond Reynolds wiped away tears as she recounted the night that her boyfriend Philando Castile was shot by officer Jeronimo Yanez. Later, the defense seized on Reynolds' marijuana use during cross-examination.
When a cop is on trial, lawyers forgo convention.
Fake bond allowed release of drug dealer who would later be convicted of murder
They hadn't seen him for weeks and were fearful of his past violent behavior.
South Minneapolis event could help people get low-level charges dismissed
Beverly Burrell is accused of selling heroin that killed five from 2015 to 2016
The attack by Anthony John Sawina, 26, was described as a hate crime.
Three of the suspects appeared in court Tuesday.
Two students reported inappropriate touch by Eisenhower employee.
Three more also likely to face charges in the weekend shooting death.
Corey Preston Elder died from wounds to his head and neck
Hirsch helped bring to the forefront the importance of preventing peripheral artery disease.
Judge rejects leniency plea from Allen Scarsella, who was sentenced Wednesday for shooting five black men at a 2015 demonstration following the death of Jamar Clark.
Audio recordings will be allowed, Judge Hilary Caliguiri ruled.
A trial will determine if Cory Morris was mentally ill when he killed Emersyn.
A review of police and court records provided by Prof. Francesco Parisi's attorneys shows that the Hennepin County attorney's office filed charges despite not getting any corroborating evidence.
A St. Paul man will spend the next eight years in prison for shooting a man in the face at a north Minneapolis bus stop…
Francesco Parisi seeks $50K after investigation finds no evidence in case.
Christopher Reiter was briefly jailed one day after he was charged with felony assault for kicking a domestic assault suspect in the face.
Christopher Michael Reiter, who was fired from Minneapolis police, allegedly kicked the man while he was on the ground, breaking his nose. Reiter was responding to a domestic assault call.
No one yet to be charged for murdering 2-year-old Le'Vonte King Jason Jones
A prosecutor in Poland says that evidence shows without doubt that a Minnesota man was a Nazi unit commander suspected of contributing to the death of 44 Poles.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman on Thursday dropped all charges against a University of Minnesota professor accused of raping and stalking an ex-girlfriend.
Minneapolis is torn over whether arrests for drinking in public and loitering with an open bottle help or hurt.
18-year-old Allie Campbell was shot and died on the floor of a motel bathroom. The man who was there when it happened is on trial.
A felon turned businessman, K.B. Brown has been locked up since a gun was found in his home.
Nathan Gustavsson and Joseph Backman were with Allen Scarsella night of shooting
Daniel Macey faced one count of riot and five of aiding an offender.
Ticortier Collins admitted he also threw 20-month-old girl against a wall.
Charges: Struggle over gun led to accidental discharge, killing 18-year-old in Brooklyn Center motel
Cedric Lamar Smith is charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
His lawyer contends rape charges linked to pending case over condo deal.
Francesco Parisi, 54, of Minneapolis, was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday. His lawyer said the 55-year-old woman has "zero evidence" of her accusations.
Frank Baker's injuries prompted an apology from Chief Todd Axtell.
Eric Dean's death could have been stopped by social workers, other family, she claims.
Texts show that the man convicted of shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters in Minneapolis wanted to be part of a "reserve militia" and spoke of shooting blacks.
A Minnetrista man was sentenced to 34 months in prison on Monday after he stole more than $260,000 from his clients. Paul Bardine, 55, pleaded…
Yevgeniy Savenok, 31, will get 65 years in prison.
In a verdict met with surprise and relief, a Hennepin County jury convicted Allen "Lance" Scarsella of felony first-degree assault and riot charges.
A Hennepin County judge issued arrest warrants for a couple charged with failing to seek medical care for their gravely ill 7-year-old son before he died in their Plymouth home. The prosecutor says they've moved to New Zealand.
Allen Scarsella, 24, faces six counts of first-degree assault and one count of riot.
He testifies Fourth Precinct protesters were warned to "get back," then he shot.
Allen Scarsella is expected to resume his testimony on Monday morning.
Officer Brett Levin, a high school friend of the suspect in the Fourth Precinct protest shootings, urged him to turn himself in.
Allen Scarsella sent several racist text messages leading up to the November 2015 shooting.
Officer Bret Levin said he has been friends with Allen "Lance" Scarsella since high school
Teven King, 20, said he and others confronted Allen Scarsella before the shots were fired.
Disproportionate child numbers called "unacceptable,"and $400,000 will fund program mirroring successful effort for African-Americans.
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