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Mark A. Scerbo, of Mechanicville, N.Y., scared other passengers by calling them racial slurs, professing his love and claiming to be a prophet.
ATF says more people legally purchase weapons, then sell on black market.
Bryce Michael Williams is the last of four men to be sentenced for burning down the police station during riots after the murder of George Floyd last summer.
The lawsuit says Minneapolis uses a linguistic loophole to hold back records that should be public under state data law.
A judge sentenced a Richfield man to two years and nine months in prison Wednesday for conspiring to set fire to Target's corporate headquarters in…
It was Chauvin's first court date since he was convicted of murder and manslaughter.
A federal judge in St. Paul sentenced a 31-year-old man to more than five years in prison Friday for taking part in the thefts of…
Carolyn Cole and Molly Hennessy-Fiske say they identified themselves as media, but the troopers didn't stop.
The hospital system too often resorts to sedating, secluding and physically restraining patients — especially patients of color — who are deemed uncooperative, a group of doctors and nurses says in a petition.
The killing of George Floyd inspired a reckoning in major cities across the nation. But in a moment of intense political division, the future is far from clear.
Police say the shooter fired at a home out of a car and struck the young girl, who was playing in a yard.
The proposals will remake the city's police force with more independent oversight, prohibit arrests for low-level offenses and use unarmed civilians to handle minor traffic violations. The reforms also will make a new city department to oversee public safety.
Minneapolis police arrested Andre Moore with two pounds of meth. But when two public defenders started asking whether the informant really existed, the case fell apart.
The federal trial will not precede the state's trial.
The new charges allege Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao used their positions as police to deprive George Floyd of his constitutional rights.
Branden Michael Wolfe, 23, was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison in federal court this week.
The first in-person trial is scheduled to begin May 13.
Justice Department officials discussed arresting Chauvin in the courthouse in the civil rights case if he were found not guilty, according to sources.
The U.S. Department of Justice will undertake a sweeping investigation into whether the Minneapolis Police Department engages in a "pattern and practice" of illegal conduct, including whether officers routinely used excessive force during protests.
Hundreds gathered outside the courthouse to hear the jury's decision.
Andrew Thomas, 28, is charged with illegal possession of a firearm.
They net minor violations, target nonwhites, don't cut crime, research shows.
An estimated 800 to 1,000 protesters were outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department. Dozens of officers in riot gear, along with National Guard, stood on the other side of a metal fence. As the crowd shouted and shook the fence, police began deploying flash-bang grenades.
After post-curfew clashes outside the Brooklyn Center police station Monday night, officials said 40 people were arrested. In Minneapolis, more than a dozen were arrested for looting and curfew violations.
Jonah Westbury, 26, of Lindstrom, was arrested Friday morning. The charges will likely be unsealed later in the day.
Rochester woman will make her first appearance in federal court Thursday.
Michael Paul Dahlager, 27, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of possessing an illegal machine gun.
Matthew Rupert was the first to be charged federally in the riots. He faces a minimum of five years in prison.
The hockey legend was found dead in a residential treatment facility last month.
A Ramsey County Judge ruled the suit can be certified as a class action and add Gov. Tim Walz and Health Commissioner Janet Malcolm as plaintiffs.
Thomas Wilder Moseley, 29, is charged with carrying a gun "while being an unlawful user of, and addicted to, controlled substances."
Foster father convicted of killing 18-month-old girl.
Lawsuit: St. Louis County officer has a history of choking new employees.
Mohamed Hussein Abdi lit a fire in the school cafeteria and threw rocks at police officers, he said.
The far-reaching decision also gives a man convicted of third-degree sexual assault a new trial.
Autumn Larson says police violated her constitutional rights while she attempted to drive away from protests and riots taking place after the killing of George Floyd.
Search narrows to replace Trump appointee Erica MacDonald.
Jennifer Boutto worked for Fortune Bay Resort Casino.
The governor wants to turn the Fusion Center into a round-the-clock operation. Watchdogs worry about privacy violations of more surveillance.
A Lyon County man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal misdemeanor for shooting an oil pipe in Cottonwood, Minn., resulting in a $1.1 million cleanup…
Anders Folk, a graduate from Hopkins High School and University of Minnesota, will be sworn in Monday.
Samantha Wright 'was protesting near Lake and Nicollet.
After months of quiet, the Justice Department has convened a grand jury and called police witnesses in the federal investigation, sources say.
St. Paul school was set on fire after Floyd's death.
Advocacy groups sued Tennessee security firm over voter intimidation tactics.
Sumalee Intarathong, 59, made her first court appearance this week.
Gregory Ulrich, 67, faces seven charges, including murder and attempted murder, for the terror that left four injured, one dead. The investigation also revealed that despite a restraining order and an arrest for violating it, Ulrich used a permit from the Buffalo Police Department to purchase the handgun, according to a law enforcement source involved in the case.
Gregory Ulrich threatened to shoot up the hospital and violated restraining orders in the years before this week's tragic shooting.
Gregory Ulrich violated a restraining order at the clinic in November 2018, court records show.
Erica MacDonald will resign her post as U.S. Attorney in Minnesota this month.
Raymond Persaud, 22, apologized to the court Tuesday for inciting panic at the St. Paul college.
Senif Joel Garza, 24, faces a mandatory-minimum of 10 years in federal prison.
The video from May 3, 2020, bears striking similarities to footage showing three of the same officers — Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng — aggressively detaining Floyd.
Woman is awarded $30K after 2017 arrest, 5 hours in jail and ICE detention.
Woman says county detained her to contact immigration officials.
The city then claimed to hire an investigator to look into the incident but failed to do so, according to the allegations.
Jason Robert Karimi, 32, told the FBI agent he only meant "political pain."
Dayton Sauke remains jailed after cop-killing threats and gun charge.
Border patrol agents intercepted more than 40,000 illegal pills, worth a total of $12,000, destined for an address in Brooklyn Park.Officers in Minneapolis stopped the…
Undercover ATF agents arrested Dayton Sauke after he sold them a gun on Friday, just before the rallies.
The Minneapolis Police Conduct Oversight Commissions says it will renew the push to unlock 'coaching' cases, citing examples that some cases are more serious than city has let on.
About a dozen supporters of President Donald Trump who gathered for a "Freedom Fest" rally at the Minnesota State Capitol Saturday were vastly outnumbered by law enforcement.
Both men had outstanding warrants for violent crimes in their home country.
A man who ran a business manufacturing and selling homemade explosives out of a shed in southeastern Minnesota was sentenced to one year and…
Postal inspectors and law enforcement busted Victor Damien Armenta by creating a decoy package and waiting to see who picked it up.
Corey Roscell Chester, 29, is set to appear in court Tuesday on federal charges related to the 2019 robbery.
Police say they approached the man in a "felony stop," a loose term officers have yet to define, and the suspect shot at them first.
James Richard Ardito was convicted in 2009 for robbing the same bank.
Legal experts say the government must prioritize homegrown attackers, but some worry new laws could be abused to target protesters.
Dozens of state and federal charges show disorganized crowds with no single goal or affiliation that vastly outnumbered police and took advantage of a lawless scene following the death of George Floyd.
22-year-old could face up to 20 years in prison.
Another man pleaded guilty last month to the same charge.
In the end, it took jurors only half a day to convict Michael Hari: Guilty on all five charges.
Attorneys gave closing arguments Tuesday in the case against Michael Hari, 49, who is accused of masterminding the bombing of Dar Al-Farooq mosque in 2017.
The defense called its first witnesses in the trial Thursday morning.