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As killer of Birdell Beeks faces sentencing Monday, the toll on witnesses raises concerns.
The employee claimed he suffered neurological damage from an oil leak. BNSF will appeal.
Antonio Clark is accused of killing his younger brother, Anthony Clark.
The suspect is being held without bail in Hennepin County jail.
Jury deliberated for seven hours over two days.
Police are looking for a robber who broke into a south Minneapolis home Monday afternoon, threatened two men at gunpoint and left one man injured.
Detainments are out of proportion to population, St. Kate's research shows.
No arrests have been made, but police say there is no threat to the public.
Matthew Harrity is one of as many as 40 officers called to testify, union officials said.
Ahmed Jama was fired from the department a few months ago, his attorney said.
Witness testimony continues Wednesday.
Destiny Xiong, 36, of Hudson, Wis. was acquitted of two of the three charges against her, her lawyer said.
Three Minneapolis officers changed testimony on the stand in assault case.
Staffer accused in fatal crash was allowed to keep working during probe.
The trial of Efrem Hamilton will continue on Monday morning.
The jury selection process began earlier this month.
No arrests have been announced.
A criminal complaint filed Tuesday charged Ronald Bailey with second-degree murder of Riley Housley III.
One of the men arrested was a 25-year-old internet prankster, whose YouTube channel has more than 9 million subscribers.
Years of planning came to fruition in downtown Minneapolis today. Hours before game time, fans in green and blue jerseys took to the streets, their excitement palpable despite the frigid temps. Between the cold and Saturday snow, an estimated 125,000 out-of-town visitors are getting an immersive Bold North experience.
Local and federal authorities are using a high-tech security network that likely includes biometric technology like facial-recognition software, as well as license plate readers.
"People tend to behave with more supervision."
Background checks of workers at Super Bowl Live raise questions. Others providing security Friday night said they were unaware of the firing.
Medical examiners on Friday ruled Riley B. Housley's death was a homicide.
Minneapolis police say that thousands of officers from state, local and federal law enforcement agencies will be deployed around the metro.
Idina Menzel sang "Let It Go" as she kicked off the 10-day party.
Six workers were working when the scaffolding at 2nd and Washington avenues N. collapsed.
Joshua Ezeka fired the fatal shots that killed the Minneapolis grandmother.
The agony of suffering yet another NFC championship loss quickly melted into the frustrating realization that the Twin Cities would have to host those same Eagles and their notoriously rowdy fans on Feb. 4 at Super Bowl LII.
The $540,000 contract must next be approved by the Ways and Means Committee, before going to the full City Council.
But police chief promises a "rigorous" presence.
Members of the Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Jewish and Unitarian faith communities shot a video promoting solidarity among religions and more.
The turnaround is unusually tight after the Vikings' playoff victory over New Orleans.
The defendant, 21-year-old Joshua Ezeka, faces a slew of charges, including first-degree premeditated murder.
Organizers expect many visitors to take Metro Transit, use ride-sharing services.
The march to protest "racism and corporate greed" will start in Peavey Park and end at U.S. Bank Stadium, but organizers insisted on keeping exact route secret.
Workers are now installing barriers, fencing and tents in advance of the game next month.
A City Council member weighed in on the matter on Thursday.
Parking, traffic and access headaches part of the deal.
It happened after 2:10 a.m. Wednesday near 28th Street and Pillsbury Avenue S.
Marcus Fischer's surprise hearing came after he was discharged from hospital and transferred to the county jail.
The suspect is being held at Hennepin County jail in lieu of $75,000 bail.
Family has little info on Marcus Fischer's condition. An initial court appearance has been rescheduled for a third time.
A 37-year-old is charged with first-degree burglary while committing assault.
Marcus Fischer's family members say they've been barred from follow-up visits.
The shot man, Marcus Fischer, remained hospitalized and under guard on Friday.
Police are trying to track down a suspect in the robbery and stabbing of a 16-year-old boy in south Minneapolis Thursday. But so far, investigators…
Marcus Fischer remains hospitalized after he slashed himself and was shot.
Sources say 18-year-old shot by police first stabbed himself repeatedly.
The man, who has not been identified, had been brought in for questioning on a warrant, a source said. He was in critical condition Monday night.
Minneapolis wants roads, walks clear for Super Bowl.
Dozens of cops and citizens were honored for acts of heroism in 2017.
It's a TV crew filming for a Super Bowl commercial.
Super Bowl to draw fans, activists and heavy dose of law enforcement.
The Super Bowl Host Committee will cover the cost of the deployment.
A decision could come at Friday's City Council meeting.
All four were charged with one count of second-degree assault and kidnapping, and are being held in lieu of $100,000 bail.
The victim was taken to a nearby hospital, where he remained in critical condition on Tuesday morning.
The shootings added to a recent spate of gun violence across the city.
As of Saturday morning, investigators had not yet determined the cause of the blaze.
She was one of three people hit by gunfire Friday across the city.
In dealing with police or the courts, people tend to remember the little things, deputy chief tells cadets during training.
No arrests have been made in the Thanksgiving afternoon incident at a SuperAmerica on Snelling.
Federal grant will allow 10 hires for the department.
In what could be the first showdown with city officials leading up to the Super Bowl, a dozen community activists gathered outside Minneapolis City Hall…
The use-of-force dashboard was the latest MPD data dump in recent months.
Allowing cops to preview tape puts people's rights at risk, nonprofit says.
My Huong Huynh Truong had filed for divorce, filings say.
Longer waits for help are part of a four-year pattern for the Minneapolis force.
The 32-year-old suspect hadn't been charged as of Friday morning.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have played an outsize role in shaping how we now talk about crime, researchers say.
Authorities on Wednesday identified a man and woman who died in a murder-suicide in northeast Minneapolis over the weekend. According to the Hennepin County medical…
The young victim was uncooperative, a police spokeswoman said.
After his transfer from the domestic violence unit, Lt. Michael Friestleben most recently served as supervisor of the night shift in southwest Minneapolis' 5th Precinct.
The man and woman were found dead in an apartment building Thursday afternoon.
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