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"My video proves what really happened" to George Floyd, said the woman who was among several witnessing the incident.
The shooting occurred after a confrontation between multiple people at a party.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said authorities are investigating three or four other cases.
New cases are filed against people accused of breaking state's stay-at-home guidelines.
The Burnsville man showed signs of impairment, the charges said, and had a breath test at the scene that registered a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.129 percent.
A drunken driver and a tobacco shop owner are among new offenders.
The victim screamed and honked her car horn to thwart the attack.
The woman needed 10 staples in her head and her dog's ear had to be reattached.
Star Tribune is asking for jurors' names, related information.
Maria's Voice aids in work on domestic violence.
Maria Fury's reported disappearance led to a search involving a helicopter on April 30 and a large-scale search May 1.
Most of the new cases include other charges, from stalking to theft.
Hennepin County District Court’s first chief judge of color will take the post this summer. Hennepin County District Judge Toddrick S. Barnette was elected to…
Recent incidents also have some drivers and operators questioning how Metro Transit communicates with employees.
Mustafa Shabazz, a former high school assistant, has a history of inappropriate conduct with underage girls, authorities allege.
An allegedly intoxicated woman who pushed and kicked EMTs was among those newly charged.
The Hennepin County Public Defender's Office is concerned there aren't enough safety measures in place.
As a refugee, Mae Gam fled several times when the Japanese bombed her native China during WWII, and ran for her life at least once…
Mohamed Noor's attorneys call for new trial in killing of Justine Ruszczyk Damond, citing improper decisions
Mohamed Noor's constitutional right to a public trial was violated, his attorneys argued.
Monique Robbins had obtained an order of protection against the suspect a few weeks before he killed her.
The 39-year-old Minneapolis man has since been released from jail.
A total of 33 Minnesotans have been charged with violating Gov. Walz's COVID-19 orders.
Judges must appear in-person for defendants who are in jail.
Failure to comply with the terns of her reprimand could result in further discipline for Mary Moriarty.
Metro Transit bus driver sexually assaulted; in separate case, passenger grabs at bus steering wheel
The two cases come months after Metro Transit announced new safety measures for drivers and operators.
Police and prosecutors often added the charge to unrelated offenses that included drunken driving, shooting paintballs at houses and driving with a canceled license.
Law enforcement agencies say it's imperative to keep responders safe.
The delays will cause the companies hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses, the lawsuit said.
Law enforcement groups say members are testing positive after coming in contact with those with COVID-19, but ACLU says the request raises privacy concerns.
The ACLU of Minnesota questioned police tactics in charging some cases.
Matthew Tuhkanen was unarmed, but his movements caused officers to fear he was reaching for a weapon, authorities said.
The judge declined to open up all hearings in the county to full public access.
First responders urge Minnesota lawmakers to ease path to workers' compensation for those with COVID-19
The measure impacts those on the front line who are at risk of contracting the disease.
Christopher Brown, 23, was charged with one count of second-degree murder and two counts of attempted second-degree murder.
Barring the public from courtrooms violates the state and federal constitutions, the defendant argued.
Mary Moriarty was placed on leave in December.
Some judges "have insisted" that inmates appear in court, instead of with remote hearings, the agency said.
The court has been asked to certify as an adult a 16-year-old charged with attempted second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree assault.
Minnesota Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Gildea broadened protective measures in a new order issued Friday.
Some court records will not be independently available as public computer terminals close.
Public defenders are also rallying to release nonviolent inmates
"Matthew's Law" would set standards to protect those who help officers.
The State Public Defender’s Office is rallying its staff to demand the release of jail inmates across Minnesota to protect them from the spread of…
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.
Video shows Brian Krook shot suicidal man as he was being talked down.
Kipp W. Baldwin made more than $126,000 in five years selling copper as scrap.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman on Monday called for Sen. Amy Klobuchar to request a federal investigation into a years-old murder case that dogged her in the final days of her presidential bid, pushing back on her request for him to seek an outside review.
The victim's identity has not been released. He suffered several gunshot wounds to his back, side and the back of his head, the charges said.
Varnell Allen pleaded guilty to shooting Enzo Herrera-Garcia in the chest.
County attorney said the cop "reasonably believed" the man was an immediate threat to ex-girlfriend, others.
Hennepin County attorney says senator not responsible for Burrell murder conviction.
Officers at the single-family home found two males and one female dead from apparent gunshot wounds. All were adults.
An 8-year-old boy and 1-year-old girl were not harmed, but their dad suffered scrapes and bruises.
The companies requested juror names, juror profiles and juror questionnaires, among other information, be made public for "news gathering and reporting."
Monique Baugh's parents thanked the community for its support in the evolving case.
Two of four people charged in the New Year's Eve kidnapping and killing of real estate agent Monique Baugh have been indicted on first-degree murder charges.
Bernhardson was appointed to the bench in May 2007 and was elected in 2008 and 2014. Her term was set to expire next year.
Mikaela E. Devitt, 38, was charged with one count of second-degree manslaughter.
Calvonzo D. Burnett, 29, was charged with one count of third-degree murder.
Quayshun Felton, 16, died from a single gunshot wound to the head.
It comes after Hennepin County District Judge Kathryn Quaintance issued a fourth order in January sealing their names.
Engineers quickly fixed the problem, averting deadly consequences.
Authorities allege that David Kruchten hid cameras in two air freshener cans and one smoke detector.
Wong died peacefully in his sleep on Jan. 25 of age-related health issues.
Three men were left in critical condition and three others were injured on July 9.
Minneapolis officers killed Chiasher Vue at family's home in December.
Yuridia Hernandez Linares is undocumented and could face deportation because of her conviction, her attorney said.
Case has been tried twice, but new report raises questions over evidence, informants.
The charges did not specify a motive for the attack.
Two men and a woman set up victim Malik Tyree Dewayne Lamont Smith last December.
A Minneapolis woman who was kidnapped and shot weeks after her romantic partner was killed in 2018 was charged Friday in his death, as court…
A man scaled a fence at North Memorial Health Hospital in December and shut off oxygen to the entire hospital, causing a situation that could…
Judge Kathryn Quaintance cited public interest and ongoing media coverage of the former Minneapolis police officer as key reasons to keep jurors' names private.
An attorney for Elsa Segura asked that her client be relocated in the county jail due to an unusual amount of interest from fellow inmates in her case.
A husband-wife team are accused of cheating dozens of employees out of workers' compensation insurance.