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The decision to extend the public comment period to next week was intended to accommodate both Janeé Harteau's backers and opponents.
Police Chief Janeé Harteau said the department is seeking "the important insight" such an investigation could provide.
A Minneapolis man is charged with sexually assaulting a woman as she slept in a home in south Minneapolis’ East Phillips neighborhood this month. Police…
Blayne Lehner is an 18-year veteran of the department. It was the second such dismissal in a week.
The officer, Rod Webber, had been on paid administrative leave since a video surfaced of him berating a youth during a traffic stop.
But police say the five-year increase doesn't tell the entire story, since the totals are still a far cry from the days of "Murderapolis."
Attorney says mall will continue to ban protests.
Several Somali-Americans and Muslim leaders from Minnesota said they were impressed with steps that Hillary Clinton wants to take to defeat terrorism at home and…
Lt. Bob Kroll is outspoken in his criticism of Minneapolis officials over the Jamar Clark case.
Federal complaint says he led local group trying to go to Syria.
Former Roosevelt student Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan, arrested in Somalia last month, vows he won't return to the U.S.
Alleged recruiter "Mujahid Miski" went to Somalia from Minnesota as a high schooler.
For 18 days, the Fourth Precinct police station in north Minneapolis was the epicenter of demonstrations that sprouted from the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark. Here are some of the stories from there.
Meanwhile, felony charges were filed against four men suspected of being involved in the wounding of five activists with gunfire.
Downtown Minneapolis rally staged on a busy Black Friday.
Clark's family members wore white T-shirts that read, "I Matter" as more than 300 people attended the noon service at Shiloh Temple International Ministries.
Protesters marched from the 4th Precinct station to downtown Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon. A 23-year-old white man was arrested in Bloomington at 11:20 a.m. Later, two more men turned themselves in. A fourth has been released.
Some North Side residents see Jamar Clark's shooting as the latest example of the community's strained relationship with a police force.
As names of officers were released earlier Wednesday, Jamar Clark's death continued to spark angry protest.
The head of the Minneapolis police union said Jamar Clark wasn't in handcuffs, disputing witness accounts. Another day of protests sought answers in the now-fatal shooting.
The shooting ignited a chaotic scene of shouting and taunting bystanders who believed the man was handcuffed before police opened fire. Police Chief Harteau disputed that account.
Six veteran investigators are tasked with looking into every shooting incident.
Recent spike in robberies puts residents on edge.
Police chief said her second term will focus on a plan built on restoring community trust in the department.
Suspect in ISIL case remains in solitary.
Minneapolis School District announces anti-violence campaign after the discovery at Henry High.
Authorities insist that Guled Omar, 21, has been segregated from other prisoners for his protection but declined to comment on why his co-defendants have been moved to the general population.
Former Roosevelt student linked to recent ISIL case.
The five young men of East African descent are accused of conspiring to join violent jihadi extremists fighting in the Middle East.
In a span of one week, eight people have been fatally shot in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Jihadi recruitment is an emotion-charged topic, but a group of Somali parents, law enforcement officials, legislators and community leaders met Thursday to take it on.
Minneapolis minister has made peace with his role, his past and his critics.
Five people have been shot dead in three days, and no arrests have been made.
It was the first arrest after a string of five killings in three days across Minneapolis and St. Paul.
With 37 homicides, the rate is on pace to reach the highest levels since 2007.
No arrests made or motive revealed; witnesses reported seeing a vehicle flee the scene.
Anthony Bowker is expected to get 25 years for killing man after argument.
Investigators say her 3 kids were alone when deadly blaze ignited in north Minneapolis.
The driver is accused of briefly refusing to let her off the bus.
The family has identified the children killed in the fire over the weekend in north Minneapolis. A vigil is scheduled for Tuesday.
Mahamed Abukar Said faces as much as a year in prison and up to a $100,000 fine.
Authorities have identified a man shot and killed last week in the North Side’s Willard-Hay neighborhood. Police say that the body of Mark Profit, 18,…
Police said slayings stemmed from a domestic situation.
The medical examiner will release ID, determine the cause of death.
Hodges makes early announcement to quell rumors to the contrary.
The FBI finally came for Guled Omar on a Sunday morning. A squad of agents crashed through the front door of the house on Columbus…
Group will try to disrupt Vikings game in reaction to a St. Paul police action.
Columbia Heights man was one of several accused of trying to go to Syria to join Islamic State.
Law enforcement officials in 16 Minnesota cities are asking state officials to temporarily keep private most video footage captured by police body cameras. The move…
Jewelry, designer luggage, baseball cards and a replica Stradivarius viola are among the items police say a Minneapolis man stole over at least four years.
Hanad Musse, one of seven defendants charged with conspiring to leave the United States to fight alongside terrorists in Syria, pleaded guilty in federal court in Minneapolis Wednesday.
The nonbinding recommendations now go to the department.
A final commission report, to be voted on next week, will include recommendations for camera use by Mpls. officers.
Defense attorneys were visibly frustrated by judge's ruling in the case of seven young Somali-American men charged with conspiring to support the terror group known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.
U.S. District Judge Michael Davis will weigh whether the government should be compelled to divulge the name of a confidential informant, a one-time member of the alleged conspiracy whose testimony is expected to be a major factor in the trial.
The fatal crash occurred just before 8 p.m. on Saturday.
The victim was found bound and gagged inside his apartment.
The death investigation results will become public upon completion.
The worker killed after falling Wednesday morning during construction on the roof was a Northfield man. Another worker who was hurt was in stable condition.
Ammar Abdirahman was reportedly died after a brutal attack at a Puntland boarding school.
Police source says Susan Spiller was either fatally stabbed or beaten to death in her home.
Minneapolis police and the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office have deployed more than a dozen law enforcement officers to the North Side after the latest violence there: the killing of artist and community activist Susan Spiller.
Son called police after finding back door kicked in; her death is latest in a rash of North Side violence.
Awaiting sentencing for trying to support ISIL, Abdullahi Yusuf was living in a halfway house.
Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan, the former Minneapolis high school student-turned-jihadi recruiter, has been tied to at least two more terror plots within the United States.
Fire erupted in a building Wednesday morning that houses numerous side-by-side businesses on West Broadway in north Minneapolis, authorities said. Firefighters were forced from the building's interior in the wake of a second-floor collapse.
Nationwide, more than 40 people have been charged with providing support to terrorist groups in Syria. Almost a quarter of them are from Minnesota.
The Minneapolis Police Department has been quietly meeting for months with other local and federal law enforcement agencies to discuss security preparations for the 2018 Super Bowl.
The men remain a threat to the community and a flight risk, judge rules.
Officer Rod Webber is on paid leave while an internal investigation into the incident continues, said Minneapolis City Council Member Blong Yang, chairman of the council's public safety committee.
Lawyers cited their clean records, community ties in asking for their release.
More than half of the nearly 1,400 drug suspects arrested in North Minneapolis last year came from outside the area, with many coming from the upscale western suburbs to score heroin or methamphetamine, according to a Star Tribune analysis of police department statistics. Read the story here.
Last year, 56 percent of drug arrests in north Minneapolis were of people who live outside the area, according to an analysis by the Star Tribune of the nearly 1,400 drug-related cases in north Minneapolis last year.
An FBI agent described Thursday how one of the men charged with trying to leave the Twin Cities to fight with Islamic extremists was arrested while boarding an Istanbul-bound flight. His destination was Syria.
Judge awards substantial amount to cover victim's legal representation.
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