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No one has been arrested in the shooting death of Dayigin Broadus, 18.
The department says the change will help it keep pace with modern crime.
Suspect booked in county jail on suspicion of second-degree murder.
The driver was fleeing from the State Patrol when he crashed into a playground where a group of children was playing.
Charges are dropped against 31 of the 47, but prosecutors still must decide how to deal with 16 people who have already been convicted.
Since January 2014, the woman's children have been the subject of at least six child protection reports.
All charges were dropped after reports show 46 of 47 arrested were black. "While the intention was good, it had an unintended consequence," Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said.
The 22-year-old suspect, Wendy Escobar, remained in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.
The new complaint adds on to accusations of child abuse she's already facing.
Authorities have released few details about the incident.
Police say they have taken reports so far of damage to 20 vehicles. No arrests have been announced.
Eddie Frizell ran for Hennepin County sheriff and was in running to be top cop in St. Paul.
Minnesota officials claim local impact was minimal.
Some say stats don't tell full story of encounters.
A decision by the country's high court on whether to review the case is likely months away.
When John Weyrens first became a judge in Meeker County in the 1970s, he adopted a simple credo: If he ever stopped agonizing over sending…
Such a large amount of meth would have a street value of up to $400,000.
Campaign used police shootings of Castile, Clark to deepen Minnesota's racial divide.
The cases stem from separate shootings last year.
Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor appeared in Hennepin County District Court on Tuesday. The hearing lasted only a couple of minutes.
Policy is show of solidarity with rank-and-file officers, department officials say.
The whereabouts of the suspect in Tyrone Williams Jr.'s death is unknown, police said.
Three adults were charged in connection with the shooting this week at the Minneapolis housing project.
Residents of the south Minneapolis housing complex say the shootings have picked up there in recent years, fueled by an exploding opioid epidemic and warring gangs.
The suspect remains jailed Wednesday afternoon in lieu of $1 million.
Victim said husband shot her over her suggestive texts to someone else.
Crime victims are sometimes caught up in the net, study finds.
He was arrested hours after a 29-year-old Mpls. man was found shot.
According to a document signed by his attorney, former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor intends to use self-defense and reasonable force in his defenses.
The victim was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, police said.
Sgt. Grant Snyder says his work against sex trafficking sets him up well for role.
The warrant, filed in Hennepin County District Court, remains under seal.
Twenty-four Mpls. officers advanced to supervisory roles during Tuesday's ceremony.
His first court appearance has not been set.
Raeisha Williams, victim's sister, ran for City Council.
Minneapolis officers would face discipline for not properly activating devices.
Police on South Side will be the first to carry overdose-reversing drug; others will follow.
Chief is assembling a work group of female officers to study barriers to recruiting, hiring, mentoring and retaining women.
The Domestic Violence Initiative is a little-known Minneapolis Animal Care & Control program that provides a temporary safe haven for pets from troubled homes.
Some Somali-Americans worried their community, rather than the use of deadly force by an officer, will end up on trial.
The officers have returned to work since the incident, which occurred in December 2016.
Prosecutors argued that bail remain high, saying they had "credible evidence" last fall that Mohamed Noor, charged with the murder of Justine Damond, was trying to leave the country.
Minneapolis officer Mohamed Noor was charged with murder and manslaughter in the shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond in July. "No charges can bring our Justine back," her family said.
By eliminating the conditions that breed crime, police say they've made downtown safer.
He dumped most of the items, including bomb-detecting equipment, but held on to gas masks so he could smoke weed with them.
He remains held in Hennepin County jail in lieu of $200,000 bail.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman reiterated that he has no timetable for making his decision of whether or not to charge officer Mohamed Noor.
Witness testimony continues Wednesday.
Jury deliberated for seven hours over two days.
Hennepin County officials would only confirm that there is an open investigation into an unspecified incident.
Council will weigh adding officers vs. public safety innovations. Frey and Arradondo say they believe hiring more police officers will drive down crime and improve community relations.
Cash was stolen in south Minneapolis incident.
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.
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.
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.
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