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Minneapolis has logged a decade-high 1,416 overdoses, 78 of which were fatal, according to police records.
The status of officer Peter Brazeau's former partner wasn't immediately known on Tuesday.
David Schladetzky, 53, is suspected of shooting 39-year-old Kjersten Schladetzky, their two sons and then himself Sunday at a home in south Minneapolis.
Counting a jailed suspect in Thanksgiving night shooting, police have closed 23 of 41 slayings in 2019.
Raven Gant's daughter was by her side at the time of the shooting.
He wasn't a student at the Anoka County school.
A Twin Cities man suspected of killing his ex-wife and her husband outside their Illinois home has died days after shooting himself during a…
Heroin, opioids No. 1 killer on city streets as this year's overall cases surpass 2018's total.
One woman was injured and windows of Metro Transit buses were shot out.
Thanks to advances in medical care, more gunshot victims are surviving serious injury than ever before. But as one Minneapolis case shows, the road to recovery can leave families facing severe financial straits,
A veteran Minneapolis gang investigator who saved a woman who had planned to jump off a bridge two years ago was among those honored by…
The bicyclist's identity wasn't immediately known on Wednesday.
Minneapolis police revealed Friday that the department is sitting on a backlog of 1,700 untested rape kits spanning 30 years, far surpassing the 194 initially reported during a 2015 audit.
The group presented its final recommendations at a City Council committee on Wednesday.
No arrests had been announced as of Tuesday morning.
Both violent and property crimes are up across the board, Police Department data show.
Mpls. soldier's family is desperate for answers.
Nearing the end of his term, Lt. Bob Kroll is still full of fight.
The group has long argued that such records should be public after arbitration.
Under the new policy, officers can only give chase in situations where they believe a suspect has committed or is about to commit "a serious and violent felony or gross misdemeanor."
Some victims were hit twice outside Mpls. bar at closing time, charges say.
Residents of crime-weary areas are skeptical.
A driver has been charged with criminal vehicular homicide in a Minneapolis crash that killed a pregnant woman.
Traditionally, the council has rubber-stamped police contracts without pushing for provisions that increased officer accountability, argued several speakers.
The suspect, 18-year-old Mahad Ali, is expected to make his initial court appearance on Wednesday.
At the same time, critics questioned police use of chemical irritants on the crowds outside Target Center.
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.
N. 21st and Aldrich has been plagued by drugs, shootings and violence.
'Moms' and 'Pops' do what they can to help homeless people struggling with addiction.
The violence tied to factions spread to the Minnesota State Fair over Labor Day weekend, resulting in gunfire that wounded three men.
No timetable has been announced for a decision in the matter.
Police are looking into whether bias is behind the damage.
The proposed move aims to allow police to focus on more urgent calls that demand immediate response.
Police spokesman John Elder said the attack was not random.
Police say that more charges are forthcoming against the 37-year-old suspect, William Villaneuva.
No suspects had been arrested as of Tuesday afternoon.
Police officials say crime statistics back up the view that safety has deteriorated in the city's business center.
The research scientist at Medtronic was found hurt in July, died 26 days later.
Police officials say that the department has already started to implement many of the recommendations.
The 66-year-old suspect was arrested in St. Paul and booked into the Hennepin County jail on suspicion of murder, police said.
He meant to harm those in Public Works after losing his job, police say.
Family members identified the victim as 22-year-old Kacey Feiner.
Gov. Tim Walz decried the gunfire, which left 3 hurt, and fair officials said safety is their top priority.
The chaotic scene erupted around 10:20 p.m. outside the gate at Snelling Avenue and Midway Parkway as the fair was closing for the year.
The 23-year-old victim had lost several immediate family members to gun violence before he himself was gunned down on Saturday.
The 20-year-old buckskin gelding was put down after suffering a serious leg injury on Sunday.
City's 25th homicide of the year comes on a violent weekend with two other shootings.
Settlement brings end to emotional police shooting.
In a federal lawsuit, Lucas McDonough contends that the run-in nearly two years ago at a popular cop hangout left him with an injury that deprived him of his sense of smell and taste.
The slaying was the city's 23rd homicide of the year.
An exchange of e-mails shed light on the issue.
It was the third homicide in the city in a week and the 22nd so far this year.
The academy from Oct. 14-18 is a first for the department.
The 27-year-old suspect was arrested on Tuesday, online jail records show.
The arrest following the incident, which occurred about 2 a.m. Wednesday at a home in the 3500 block of Nicollet Avenue.
The suspect was at least the second person charged in connection with the case.
Residents say they need more police help at E. 29th St. and Bloomington Av.
The man is still charged with fleeing the police.
No arrests had been announced.
The brief hospital lockdown was due to family member tensions.
The officers were put on administrative leave shortly after a photo of the tree surfaced on social media. The police union is appealing the firings.
Fleeing charges were filed against the suspect, who has since been released from custody.
Police union president applauds promotions.
Police say that more than eight out of every 10 stolen vehicles are eventually recovered.
Yusef Salaam was on panel with state's top law enforcement officials.
Booze and loud music are the least of the worries after a mysterious outbreak sickened 116 people who had been in the water during the July 4th weekend.
Officials said that the man shot a woman, who is expected to survive.
The officers opened fire after repeatedly instructing the man to drop his weapon, although the circumstances and timeline that preceded the shooting are not yet known.
The debate over police manpower has only intensified with budget season approaching.
The mix-up was attributed to confusion about the way some of the calls were coded.
No arrests have been announced as of Tuesday morning.
Over a 12-month period going back to last summer, police officials counted 1,251 instances in which no squads were immediately available to respond to a Priority 1 call.
The latest homicide capped a violent week in the city.
No charges have been brought to date against the driver.
No arrests have been announced in any of the incidents.