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The suspect faces charges of first- and second-degree burglary in the crimes, which authorities say date to early February.
The out-of-court settlement brings to a close the latest legal entanglement for Tyrone Barze Jr.
96 people have been hit by gunfire in city this year.
The suspect faces first- and second-degree charges in connection with the April 14 incident.
Victoria Ann Day's body was found lying in an alley.
Jurors deliberated 3½ days before reaching their decision on abuse of force and perjury charges.
Across Minneapolis, shootings are up 85 percent compared with the first quarter of 2015.
A federal jury hearing the assault and perjury case against Minneapolis police officer Michael Griffin recessed for the weekend without reaching a verdict. They will…
The panel weighing charges against officer Michael Griffin will resume deliberations on Friday in federal court in St. Paul.
The robberies represent a jump in serious crimes citywide.
Ryan D. Peterson's next court date was set for May 9.
Once again, testimony conflicts on who was the aggressor, this time in a 2011 incident with four men that involved a roundhouse kick by Michael Griffin.
Derrick Mack of Brooklyn Park was killed March 26.
On day three of testimony in Michael Griffin's federal trial, jurors heard his own words.
Security camera footage played in court appears to show the off-duty police officer knocking a man to the ground with a punch.
Prosecutors cast Michael Griffin as a rogue cop while the defense said other men provoked him.
Johnson alleges that staff at Seven, a downtown nightclub, had singled him out merely because of the boots he was wearing.
Michael Griffin indicted on nine counts involving alleged abuse of 4 men.
Takedown move and struggle came amid major nationwide shift in police tactics.
Police statistics show 59 people were shot in the city from the start of the year to March 28, the last date for which reliable data were available. During the same period last year, the city recorded nearly half that total — 31.
The stakes are highest on the North Side, where many residents fear a decision not to indict the officers in the death of Clark is a foregone conclusion.
Victims include an 18-year-old shot dead about noon Saturday.
A coalition of civil rights groups called for a rally and march Saturday in Minneapolis, ahead of a pending decision about whether to prosecute police in the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark.
A 10 a.m. news conference is planned by the Minneapolis NAACP, the Twin Cities Coalition 4 Justice 4 Jamar, Black Lives Matter Minneapolis and Black Clergy United for Change.
Victims Nicholas Bennett Tousley, 30, and Dominque Charles Moss, 23, bled to death at the scene from gunshot wounds to the back, police said.
A 26-year-old man has been arrested and charged with robbing a woman earlier this week using a gun-shaped cigarette lighter, authorities said. The man, Luis…
Resident said that three police officers beat him and detained him in his home in 2014.
In an escape that was long on drama but short on planning, a suspect left unattended in an interview room at Minneapolis police headquarters tried…
Authorities have identified a man killed in a car crash following a rolling gun battle in Minneapolis’ Shingle Creek neighborhood earlier this week as Kelontay…
The Hennepin County Attorney's office will investigate and decide whether to file charges in such cases. The new policy applies to the Jamar Clark case.
FBI agents are investigating the release by a group of hackers affiliated with the Islamic State group of a "kill list" for dozens of law enforcement officers across Minnesota.
Minneapolis police are investigating six robberies or attempts — including one in which a 74-year-old man was held up in broad daylight on a busy…
Blayne Lehner, the fired officer, is accused of kicking a man in the face.
The pair allegedly entered the classroom to assault another student over a drug deal.
Police inspectors in Minneapolis’ five precincts have begun lobbying for more officers to keep up with rising crime rates and looming retirements. The request for…
Police say Aaron Yashinsky perpetrated the robberies across south Minneapolis.
Amid racial taunts, black officers are loyal to duty yet concerned for community.
Police doubt the suspect specifically targeted the mosque.
It calls for the recording of most police-citizen interactions, without addressing guidelines for making such videos public.
It's hoped that changing color of uniforms and gear will soften units' intimidating appearance.
The cause of the blaze, which burned through the building's first two floors, remains under investigation, fire officials said.
Abdirizak Warsame faces up to 15 years in jail.
The full council is expected to confirm another term for the city's police chief.
Three months after Jamar Clark was shot to death, the task of soothing racial tensions and restoring the confidence of the rank-and-file officers falls to Mike Friestleben.
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.
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