News reports, official documents and more on the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark, the protests that followed and the Minneapolis police investigation.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said evidence confirms officers' account that Clark grabbed one officer's gun and was not handcuffed when he was shot. Activists said some witness accounts were discounted.
Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says the evidence points to justifiable officer force after Jamar Clark attempted to take one of the officers' guns.
Activists immediately criticized Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman's decision to not charge the officers.
Here is a roundup of the known facts about the Nov. 15 killing of an unarmed black man by Minneapolis police and its aftermath.
A review of the events since the November shooting of Minneapolis resident Jamar Clark.
DNA and other evidence confirms officers' account that Clark grabbed one officer's gun and was not handcuffed when he was shot, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said. Activists complained that Freeman discounted some witness accounts.
The Hennepin County Attorney's Office on Wednesday released the findings of an investigation into the Nov. 15 killing of Jamar Clark by two Minneapolis police officers.
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.
The Hennepin County attorney faces pressure on all sides over his pending decision in the Jamar Clark case, Jon Tevlin writes.
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.
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.
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.
Minneapolis mayor and police chief requested the review by Justice Department officials.
Skip the grand jury and charge cops in police shooting, activists say.
The Hennepin County attorney said "a number of things were not completed and they were sent back [to the BCA] to get done." He still hopes to have decision on charges by the end of March.
The demonstrators plan to rally weekly at the Government Center.
Despite the divide in the latest Minnesota Poll, most Minnesotans — 86 percent — described relations between white and black residents as fair or good.
Hundreds of people, bundled in layers and faces wrapped in scarves, marched through downtown St. Paul to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday and speak out against injustice.
The plaintiffs say police struck them. The federal lawsuit is the first to come out of protests that followed the death of Jamar Clark, who was shot by police Nov. 15.
After filling the mall rotunda and getting warned about arrests, demonstrators moved the protest to nearby light-rail trains, taking the Blue Line to the Humphrey Terminal.
A coalition of community members and organizations calling for the release of the video of Jamar Clark's Nov. 15 shooting by police in north Minneapolis — among other demands — rallied and marched Saturday in Minneapolis.
It seems odd to some, but police say the practice ensures safety. Those incapacitated or killed by use of force may lie that way for hours, unless the handcuffs are removed for medical treatment.
A police sweep of the Fourth Precinct encampment sparked the march on City Hall and then on to Northeast.
Meanwhile, felony charges were filed against four men suspected of being involved in the wounding of five activists with gunfire.
Dustin Schwarze, then serving as a Richfield police officer, allegedly deployed a Taser and threatened to beat the passenger of a vehicle pulled over by troopers.
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.
Days after a YouTube video went public, four men were arrested in connection with Monday night's shooting of five protesters.
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.
Those who were shot sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Miski Noor, a Black Lives Matter representative, said that when protesters tried to herd a group of white supremacists away, three men started shooting.
Minneapolis NAACP chief says remarks reinforce need for public to see footage from shooting.
Family says the funeral for Jamar Clark will be held Wednesday in Minneapolis.
Some North Side residents see Jamar Clark's shooting as the latest example of the community's strained relationship with a police force.
More than 140 people have died in forceful encounters with law enforcement in Minnesota since 2000.
Minneapolis' top cop defended the conduct of her officers during the weeklong protests over the police killing of Jamar Clark, after Gov. Mark Dayton declared he would urge federal prosecutors to investigate "any matters…that may have violated the civil rights of any Minnesota citizens."
The governor asked the family of an unarmed black man shot and killed by Minneapolis police officers to meet with federal attorneys headed to Minnesota on Sunday.
An emotional vigil and march culminated a week of protests over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man during a scuffle with Minneapolis police officers.
Mayor Betsy Hodges is walking a political tightrope as activists protesting the death of Jamar Clark push her to rein in police.
Cornell William Brooks, who will attend a rally and vigil Friday, said his mission is "to lend body and spirit" to the activists in the street.
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.