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The Minneapolis police officers involved in the November 2015 fatal shooting of Jamar Clark did not violate department policies and will not face discipline, according to Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau.
Advocates hope the new policy will be instituted statewide.
Metro counties team up with Wisconsin to curb the flow of opioids.
The new system will both cut costs and make life easier for those being released.
Some in law enforcement in Twin Cities hope charges against CEO will curb trafficking.
Police say that a man and a boy and girl in their early teens were shot and killed early this morning in south Minneapolis' Wenonah neighborhood, and that an adult female was wounded.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has turned over its investigation of the officer-involved fatal shooting of Philando Castile to the Ramsey County attorney's office for charging consideration.
30,000 drug deactivation pouches being distributed for in-house disposal of prescription opioids.
St. Cloud police chief William Blair Anderson said an off-duty officer from another jurisdiction confronted and killed the suspect. He said the suspect — who was dressed in a private security uniform — reportedly asked at least one victim whether they were Muslim before assaulting them, and referred to Allah during the attacks.
At stake is a $25.5M contract with facility's current operator.
Victim fought police after attacking man in building.
A 16-year-old girl was fatally run over by a man fleeing Minneapolis police in an SUV well after dark, authorities said Saturday. Police officers saw…
Danny Heinrich, a suspect in Jacob's disappearance 27 years ago, provided authorities with information about the location.
Two teenagers died in a car accident Saturday on a service road at the Renaissance Festival in Shakopee. The girls were driving on the gravel…
Young victims were children of the couple's friends
A high school student was charged Wednesday with causing serious injury to two innocent bystanders last May during an organized game of Nerf wars in…
Jeronimo Yanez and Joseph Kauser graduated together in 2010. Two years later, both wore the gun and badge for the St. Anthony Police Department — their first job in law enforcement.
The county attorney said practices need to be improved to avoid future tragedies.
On Thursday evening, two law enforcement officials stood watch at the quiet home of a St. Anthony police officer, less than 24 hours after Philando…
Judge admonished several people for their actions during the tense proceedings.
More sexual assaults, murders pushed the uptick, which came on heels of an unusual 2014.
The humane treatment of mentally ill inmates is highlighted at conference.
"The First 48" refused to give up behind-the-scenes footage.
The school leader suffered a concussion and head trauma from the attack.
The state law was created to prevent sexual predators from grooming victims. But the court found it too broad with the potential to chill speech protected by the First Amendment.
New court documents also ask for bail reduction and release conditions.
A crime-fighting tool until now kept under wraps by the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office is drawing both praise as a critical asset in the hunt for bad guys, but also concern in an era of growing surveillance.
Victim was robbed of bank card, taken to ATM and then assaulted in Riverside Park.
The 57-year-old musician died from the self-administered overdose of fentanyl, the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office said.
Authorities looked into whether Minneapolis police officers violated Clark's civil rights, and will release their report Wednesday.
J Robinson, the longtime, title-winning Gophers wrestling coach, is under investigation in a drug case involving members of his team.
Among the new details, the singer was given an IV treatment at a local hospital the day before he died, a source with knowledge of the investigation said.
Two more purported heirs of the late megastar Prince filed a motion in Carver County District Court on Wednesday to intervene in his $100 million-dollar-plus estate.
It's unclear if the opioid painkiller contributed to his death. Also Wednesday, the DEA and U.S. attorney joined the death investigation.
The local physician, who has not been publicly identified, saw the singer in the month before his death.
Singer's representatives had called Dr. Howard Kornfeld, a national expert, over a "grave medical emergency." A meeting was planned for what turned out to be the day after star died.
The Carver County Sheriff's Office cited an exception to Minnesota public records laws allowing the suppression of information relating to preparing a case "for the commission of a crime."
For the first time in more than a decade, the person in line for the position is facing a challenge from a colleague.
The group demands a special prosecutor, as the woman who was with Clark tried to clear up discrepancies about that night, saying he never hurt her.
But prosecutor raises question of why 2 cops lacked Tasers
After peaceful rally, protesters take to skyways; another group later gathers at north Minneapolis memorial.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said evidence confirms officers' account that Clark grabbed one officer's gun and was not handcuffed when he was shot. Activists said some witness accounts were discounted.
A man shot by Edina police in August was convicted of illegally owning a gun. Colin Peter Reinsmoen, 36, was found guilty Monday after four…
A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Oct. 14 shooting death of a 19-year-old near a north Minneapolis church. Jontrel M. Bolden, 21, pleaded…
Jamar Clark's death in Minneapolis has spurred fresh debate from legal community and activists.
The Hennepin County Attorney's office will investigate and decide whether to file charges in such cases. The new policy applies to the Jamar Clark case.
The secret government witness has been linked to the global trade in drugs, guns and assassinations. He was expected in federal court in St. Paul on Wednesday to testify against several alleged underlings.
Video of a sex act appeared on the social media sites of Gophers freshman guard Kevin Dorsey on Friday night. He was one of three players suspended for Sunday's game at Illinois.
ACLU and NAACP lawsuit claims that public has a right to view the evidence.
"It appears to be a 24-hour bug," administrator said.
In Henry Fisher’s mind, what better way to promote his new Registry Hotel on the famed Bloomington Interstate 494 strip than send snow to Texas?…
Judgment is largest in Minnesota in cases pitting dairy farmers, utilities.
The 4-3 opinion, in the case of a Minnetonka couple, sharply defined what the justices described as an ambiguous law that determines when a person is considered to be a resident in Minnesota.
A woman was found guilty Wednesday in the stabbing death of another woman at a downtown Minneapolis transit station in June. Ivory Andis, 21, was…
Chris Lollie posted video of the arrest in St. Paul online, drawing national attention.
The officers, Dustin Schwarze and Mark Ringgenberg, have returned to work, said department spokesman Scott Seroka. They had been on paid adminstrative leave since the shooting.
State agencies are being sued. Activists have been demanding release of the video
Supreme Court ruling will mean reviews of 8 murder sentences in Minnesota.
Rona Griffin cost the state more than $1.6 million in tax revenue between 2009 and 2013.
High school students reach out to mom of badly beaten 22-month-old girl
Family agreed on plea agreement because they didn't want the trauma of a trial
If convicted, county attorney says he'll seek enhanced penalty.
The attorney for Nathan Gustavsson said his client won't get a fair trial in Hennepin County, so he is seeking a change of venue.
Mahdi Ali gets mandatory no-parole term reduced after U.S. high court ruling about juveniles.
Area relocating to Government Center's 24th floor from basement.
The group is asking the mall to apologize and fire the security guards involved.
He has already served jail time, will pay restitution.
After filling the mall rotunda and getting warned about arrests, demonstrators moved the protest to nearby light-rail trains, taking the Blue Line to the Humphrey Terminal.
But judge sides with Mall of America in barring three activists from Wednesday's demonstration.
Judge weighs mall's restraining order; Black Lives Matter sees it as attack on free speech.
Minnetonka millionaire who collected welfare faces fraud indictment.
In a violent rampage that apparently targeted Latinos in the Twin Cities, the group killed two people, robbed a third and terrified a family in their home, officials said.
A new charge of first-degree assault was presented Tuesday morning at a bail hearing for Allen Scarsella, 23, of Lakeville.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to review Minnesota's unique implied-consent law, which makes it a crime for a suspected drunken driver to refuse a warrantless breath test.
National Sheriffs' Association announces pilot program to train more front-line officers.
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