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After a peaceful day, law enforcement swiftly moved in, using tear gas and making arrests near the Fifth Precinct police station in Minneapolis and the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue Bridge. The intention was to get everyone to leave, a message delivered earlier by Gov. Tim Walz.
Thousands gathered downtown to express their anger with restraint at a peaceful gathering. But later, the Third Precinct station became a target.
They say the case is "a top priority" to determine whether the officer and others should be charged with the man's death.
City Council Member Jeremiah Ellison is among those condemning the police response to protests over the killing of George Floyd.
Faith-based groups say they will proceed with a lawsuit over Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's attendance restrictions for places of worship, despite his concession this weekend that churches can operate at 25% capacity.
Four officers on scene have been fired. They have not yet been officially identified by department officials.
Gov. Tim Walz signed the bipartisan bill that will implement science-based safeguards against the fallibility of memory.
They say restrictions treat religious organizations as "second-class citizens."
Under the pandemic, law enforcement has seen a surge in reports of sexual crimes against minors online, driven by quarantined kids — and predators — spending more time in front of screens.
Newspaper says financial information was not taken.
These cases mark the first positive infections at Bureau of Prisons facilities in Minnesota.
Officials have refused to send them to health care workers, according to a whistleblower complaint filed by a TSA lawyer for Minnesota.
The lawsuit, brought the ACLU, says Rock County deputies ignored Kelli Jo Torres' pleas to go to the station or hospital.
A coalition of Twin Cities faith organizations and local businesses is calling on Gov. Tim Walz to end what it calls an unconstitutional and draconian scheme to close businesses and places of worship.
A federal judge sentenced a Minnesota man to 10 years in prison Monday for buying more than one pound of methamphetamine in the Twin Cities…
Petitioners say an outbreak in the jail could lead to a surge in cases that would overwhelm medical resources in Minnesota.
A coalition of Minnesota law enforcement organizations has asked Gov. Tim Walz to re-examine the process of sharing COVID-19 location information with first responders, calling the current system "inefficient, ineffective and unsafe."
Malerie Corona and Alexis Gomez-Galeana are now embroiled in the civil rights battle raging across the country on what to do with immigrant detainees as the pandemic spreads.
When any call can be a COVID-19 case: Fire Capt. Jeremy Norton describes how the pandemic has changed everything.
A police staff member has also received a diagnosis.
Mehdijaffer Mulla remains suspended, the lawsuit says.
Kenneth Miller, 58, faces felony charges for allegedly manufacturing, dealing and transporting highly combustible explosive material
'Viruses don't discriminate, and neither do we,' Gov. Tim Walz said.
Marcelino Santiago Lopez, 19, killed a man who had been dating his ex-girlfriend, according to the charges.
Michael Jubiter, a black custodian, says a white math teacher pinned him against an elevator and grabbed his nipples.
The federal courts have shut down most core functions.
Minnesota Freedom Fund has posted bond for 56 people from Hennepin County jail and six from ICE detention since the virus hit the U.S.
A group of 62 immigrants in Sherburne County jail filed a wrongful imprisonment claim this week, asking to be put on home monitoring.
The FBI has named agency veteran Rainer S. Drolshagen to head up its Minneapolis field office, replacing current Special-Agent-in-Charge Jill Sanborn, who is heading…
Over the past week, the federal court system has halted its core functions, an unprecedented measure to slow the outbreak.
Muhammad Masood vowed to "fight on the front line" in Syria, according to the federal charges against him.
As first-responders experience a deluge in calls, they are taking new precautions to avoid contracting the virus.
Craig Bjork was sentenced to three life terms for killing his family in Minneapolis. He's since killed two people in prison.
The federal court system in Minnesota has suspended all jury trials for civil and criminal cases, effective immediately through late April in response to the novel coronavirus.
It's the second time in a month that the agency has been enlisted in Minn.
A southern Minnesota man was illegally building and selling homemade explosive devices from 2013 until last June, according to a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday.Federal agents…
Edward Adams has continued to collect his annual $170,820 salary
Facing significant debt, a divorce and declining business, the owner of the St. Cloud Press Bar and Parlor set the building on fire after closing for the night last month, according to charges filed in Stearns County.
The bar and 100-year-old building that housed it burned to a total loss, with damage estimates at $1 million, and this weekend police arrested the owner on suspicion of arson.
Fire erupted in the 100-year-old two-story downtown establishment in the morning of Feb. 17, leaving damage estimates exceeding $1 million.
Huriah Kareem Bledsoe's attorney said his difficult childhood put him on a path of selling drugs.
Among the findings in a scathing new report: Staff shortages in Minnesota prisons are driving a glut in overtime hours for correctional officers, making the facilities more dangerous, while corrections officials have failed to properly track assaults.
The national unit will help determine the origin, cause.
Experts say Minnesota is inconsistent and at times behind the science on police use of photo lineups.
Minnesota has become a national distribution hub for meth, and cocaine and heroin also are coming from the Mexico pipeline. There was also an increase in marijuana concentrate, much coming from states where it's legal.
Keegan Rolenc has been an influential voice on criminal justice reform. Frey said he's "gutted" to learn of the charges.
William Kyle Sutor III said he paid "runners" to recruit clients.
She was deported in 2016 after serving time for causing fatal bus crash.
Darnell Stennis has a history of meeting women on Facebook and forcing them into prostitution.
The Minnesota-based clinic, often referenced in pop culture for treating celebrities, says the likeness has confused patients and families.
Rep. Dean Urdahl criticizes board members for breaking open meeting laws.
Photos, recording banned at public meeting about $200M North Side project.
The judge said Ed Adams "knew more than most" that he was breaking the law.
Attorney General William Barr named Erica MacDonald to the 18-member board, which Barr said reflects "the best there is in law enforcement."
The first-of-its-kind report also reflects some people are staying in isolation for long periods of time.
Brandon Mark Bjerknes is serving 25 years in prison for preying on kids online, but some victims say the school should pay too.
Jill Sanborn will return to Washington, D.C., to serve as assistant director.
The charges do not detail the alleged acts.
The recent attack during a Hanukkah celebration in Monsey, N.Y., hit close to home for many rabbis in the Twin Cities, who are asking questions about how to balance security without creating fear.
One of the Twin Cities men convicted in the 2016 landmark terror trial is asking a federal judge to drop or reduce his sentence, arguing…
The families left homeless will begin moving Friday night to an unnamed hotel in Bloomington. A long-term housing solution remains a concern.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey credits that to the quick response to the Christmas fire at the Francis Drake Hotel.
The psychologist said she believes Tnuza Jamal Hassan has a mood disorder, but is not schizophrenic.
Police understand why, but solutions remain elusive.
Olga Marina Franco del Cid was deported in 2016.
Brett Stimac is charged with trespassing on Indian lands to kill the bear.
Lennie and Randy Brooks will face 30 and 20 years, respectively, in a spate of robberies that targeted elderly business owners.
For many in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, Wednesday's fire echoes an earlier tragedy that killed three.
The case marked a rare example of a police officer in Minnesota being charged for using force on the job.
Panel to decide if kicking of bystander was a crime.
The provocative approach, published on the website "onmeth.com," elicited widespread criticism.
Technology increasingly shows how one gun can change hands and travel across cities and states, leaving a trail of dead or injured victims in its wake.
The case, stemming from the June 2016 incident, marks a rare example of a police officer being charged criminally for using force on duty.
The shooting was captured on surveillance video.
Twin Cities man charged with shooting his sister's boyfriend with a rifle.