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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.
Three of the suspects were arrested on suspicion of felony drug possession, while the other three were booked for misdemeanor offenses, police said.
This was the city's 35th and 36th homicide victims of 2017.
Attacks on the department's horses are rare, police said.
Minneapolis police say the number of rounds fired are on the rise because of a growing number of assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines that are winding up in the wrong hands.
Dashboards enable timely public access to Mpls. statistics.
Tally includes two homicides in St. Paul. Police in both cities have no indication any of the shootings are connected.
Police say the truck's driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with investigators.
The victim, shot at Little Earth American Indian community, remains hospitalized in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head.
The 2003 agreement with the U.S. Justice Department wasn't fulfilled, community leaders say.
Community policing officers will visit areas without libraries and hand out books.
The suspect is blamed for dozens of overdoses across Minneapolis earlier this month.
Lt. John Delmonico, passed over for promotion, alleges Betsy Hodges defamed him.
A suspect, 43, has been charged in fatal knifing at a Mpls. light-rail stop.
It's the biggest toll since 2015, said one official, and left users with hallucinations, violent behavior, or nearly comatose.
Dozens of department veterans are waiting to "put in their papers" so they can work the big game, part of a weeklong spectacle expected to draw tens of thousands to the Twin Cities, said police union President Lt. Bob Kroll.
Local developer is donating space, covering $10K cost to build it out.
St. Paul police fatally shot a man Thursday night outside a home in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood after he fired a gun at a woman with five small children nearby, according to a police spokesman.
No suspect description has been released.
Minneapolis police said that they hadn't yet made any arrests in the shooting.
A small airplane crashed in a church parking lot shortly after leaving Flying Cloud Airport in Eden Prairie, killing the pilot. Law enforcement is asking that motorists stay clear of the area.
Investigators say they believe the victim and suspect are known to each other, with a portion of the stabbing caught on surveillance cameras.
Janeé Harteau will serve as the company's chief public safety strategist.
The suspect was hospitalized with burns that he suffered in the blaze, according to prosecutors.
The defendant was expected to make his initial court appeareance on Friday afternoon.
He reportedly admitted to strangling her with a phone cord in their home.
The burned out car is in an alley near Powderhorn Park.
Aaron Biard takes over one of MPD's toughest jobs with a goal of building trust and community ties.
Police don't always turn cameras on, but use has spiked under new rules.
Police say a long-simmering feud between two men is to blame for a fatal shooting at a busy south Minneapolis intersection last week.
Council Member Linea Palmisano called the results of the report, which are expected to be presented to the full council Tuesday morning, "damning."
Friends and relatives said the victim was shot during an angry confrontation at a bus stop Friday morning.
The driver, who hasn't been identified, was cooperating with investigators, police said.
The charges stem from the accidental shooting death of Kamani Davis on the night of March 17.
Prosecutors said the abuse stretches back months and occurred in hotel rooms around the metro and during ridealongs.
Jail records show that 62-year-old Darrell Rea was booked around midday Monday into Hennepin County jail on murder charges.
Police said last week they don't know yet whether the incidents are related.
Medaria Arradondo was sworn in as city leaders and activists alike looked on.
The student was released, "pending further actions," police said.
One suspect, Keshawn Jones, is currently in custody in Dakota County on an unrelated charge, police said.
The man, whose name wasn't released, was taken to a nearby hospital, police said.
Investigators continue to dig into the backgrounds of the two Minneapolis police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Justine Ruszczyk Damond in a Minneapolis alley nearly two months ago.
She made frequent trips overseas with Operation Smile, an international charity that provides free surgery for children with cleft lips and palates.
Officers in the south Minneapolis 3rd Precinct would carry the drug.
He is being held without bail on suspicion of second-degree murder.
No arrests have been made in the city's 25th homicide this year.
A recent Star Tribune analysis showed that only about 8 percent of Minneapolis police officers live within the city. Some residents and community organizers argue cops would be better able to serve the city if they lived in it.
The changes announced Wednesday included the reshuffling of some of Arradondo's command staff, and the promotion of a longtime lieutenant to commander.
Police say they believe the killer knew the victim.
Citing pressure to file charges, County Attorney Mike Freeman said he's following procedure.
The changes come about a week after Medaria Arradondo was confirmed as the city's 53rd police chief.
A 42-year-old man was charged in the slaying and remains in jail in lieu of $1 million bail.
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