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Two Mpls. suspects were arrested and charged.
Activists said they've proposed similar reforms but been ignored.
Isiah L. Smith, 29, was shot five times, including once in the back, according to the criminal complaint against Derrick D. Blanton.
Gregory Garth allegedly had alcohol, cocaine and a compound found in marijuana in his blood.
Quinten Osgood Jr. told jurors he acted in self-defense; they convicted him Friday.
The man was critically injured in the May incident that occurred in downtown Minneapolis.
A second alleged shooter was charged Friday in the killing of a 16-year-old boy in north Minneapolis last month. Andre Owens, 20, was charged in…
Michael McDaniel has to repay the university $134,544 for buying and reselling computers to support his gambling.
Authorities believe up to 23 home burglaries targeting Latino families with children could be linked.
Matthew Klaus, who died of an overdose in March, had a long history with Rochester police.
The R&B singer, whose legal name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, is charged with soliciting a minor in 2001 after she sought an autograph during a promotional event at City Center in Minneapolis.
Anaa Jibicho was named Boys & Girls Clubs of America Midwest Youth of the Year, earning a $40,000 scholarship.
Jessica Williams broke up with the suspect, kicked him out, charges said.
In a discovery that police called "gut-wrenching," a woman was found dead in a St. Paul house late Friday while two children were found unharmed…
The unidentified man suffered injuries that were not life-threatening in the Sunday incident.
Attorney Joseph Kaminsky has been disciplined 13 times in the past.
Christian group sent postcards and e-mails deterring advertisers.
The league will ask the judge to dismiss a restraining order.
A popular event in St. Paul last month drew about 700 people and cleared about 1,400 misdemeanor warrants.
When Kelly Renee Hill returned home from work, she came bearing Japanese kimonos for her two daughters and stories from international locales such as the…
Of record payout, Justine Ruszczyk Damond's fiancé will receive $1 million.
Robbinsdale police cited Amy Koopman after she livestreamed an arrest last year.
Thom Pham pleaded guilty to 38 felony counts of filing false tax returns.
Sentence is concurrent with the 23 years she is serving for three others.
The shooting on the edge of downtown last year came after an argument over blocking the sidewalk.
A second victim survived, but is permanently paralyzed after a bullet severed his spine.
Three people were killed and five were injured in the Sept. 2018 crash.
A Minneapolis police supervisor who testified at Noor's murder trial wrote in support of a lighter sentence.
Emmanuel Aranda received a 19-year prison sentence for throwing 5-year-old Landen over the railing in April.
Cha Vang is accused of stealing $160,000 in a gold-selling deal.
Judge insists on minimal distractions from media during Friday proceedings.
The judge said the City Council violated the city charter by denying a referendum. Residents have until June 30 to contract with garbage haulers pending the vote.
The recordings include Justine Ruszczyk Damond's 911 calls and a video recorded by a bicyclist immediately after she was shot.
One man's leg was amputated due to injuries caused by the crash at Lake Street and S. 22nd Avenue on Sunday night.
A man allegedly brandished what appeared to be a weapon at a Metro Transit bus driver, threatened her and forced her to drive off her…
Judge Kathryn Quaintance ordered that the public can have access to exhibits.
Luann M. Johnson drove drunk after a fundraiser and killed Mary C. Singleton.
Jurors did not have to find that Noor acted with a "depraved mind," prosecutors said.
"I am smarter, braver and stronger than Mr. Lawson ever counted on," the rape survivor said.
Emmanuel Aranda will serve 19 years in prison for the April 12 attack in which he threw the boy over a third-floor balcony.
But the judge will issue an order later on whether the data can be copied.
Adelle "Addie" Jensen's body has never been found.
The state agency that investigates officer-involved shootings is facing intense new scrutiny for alleged missteps in its investigation into the killing of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, as critics ranging from activists to the governor demand answers.
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was found guilty of third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
Jurors are debating two versions of the 2017 killing that reverberated around the world: An officer who acted recklessly when he fired at a woman who had called 911, and one who used his training to stop a possible threat to him and his partner.
The defense for the former Minneapolis police officer contends that a sudden sound startled the officer before the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.
Former Minneapolis police officer's testimony marked the first time he has spoken publicly about the night Justine Ruszczyk Damond was killed in her south Minneapolis alley.
Witnesses said Justine Damond was shot because of bad decisions; defense questions their credentials.
The prosecution aggressively questioned the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension about its inquiry into Justine Damond's killing.
A fingerprint specialist testified that none of the 51 prints belonged to Justine Ruszczyk Damond. But she said that doesn't necessarily eliminate the possibility Damond slapped the vehicle.
Experienced attorneys say they have never seen such deep conflict between a law enforcement agency and prosecutor revealed in a Minnesota courtroom.
Asked if the use of deadly force would've been premature, officer Matthew Harrity responded yes.
The teenager recorded a 29-second clip of the immediate aftermath of the shooting.
Questions of secrecy continue in Mohamed Noor's murder trial
Sgt. Jarrod Kunze took the stand Monday afternoon as Noor's murder trial entered its third week.
Prosecution's witnesses include officers whose credibility they question.
After several incidents across the country, officers were on high alert, he said.
A chaotic scene unfolded immediately after Justine Ruszczyk Damond was shot.
Jurors heard 911 audio and saw video and photos of the crime scene in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor.
Don Damond was overwhelmed by tears at times when he recalled the night in 2017 Justine was fatally shot by a Minneapolis police officer, who is on trial for murder.
No one in the pool of 12 men and four women said they followed news of officer-involved shootings, including the 2016 fatal shooting of Philando Castile.
With race expected to play a key role — Noor is black, Damond was white — attorneys have gone to some lengths to tease out racial bias among potential jurors, stemming from news coverage and personal experiences.
Prosecutors challenged defense's wording in the trial of Mohamed Noor.
Attorneys from either side took no clear position on the media's objections.
Tense exchanges and an oblique accusation of "prosecutorial misconduct" marked the proceedings.
Prosecutors say it's key evidence, while the defense says it could confuse jurors.
Social media and other data are fair game, experts say.
About 75 prospective jurors convened Monday in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor and answered questionnaires that will be used…
More seating for media outlets will be added for the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, in response to concerns from journalists and…
The scrutinized case against Mohamed Noor in the fatal 2017 shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond promises to be difficult on all fronts.
"I don't see any value in that being shown outside the people directly involved in the case," Hennepin County District Judge Kathryn Quaintance said at a pretrial hearing.
Michael J. McDaniel allegedly said robbers who threatened him coerced him into making the purchases.
The prosecution also wants to examine potential bias in police witnesses if necessary.
A Waconia high school wrestling coach and his wife are under investigation for allegedly giving a student prescription medication to treat a herpes rash in an apparent attempt to avoid disqualification from competition.
Officials say policy protects sensitive cases from prying eyes; most have been released.