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No arrests had been made as of Friday morning.
Dr. Andrew Baker's expected testimony Friday about the cause of George Floyd's death could pose challenges for both the state and defense.
No arrests had been announced as of 2:30 p.m. Wednesday.
It was 'unequivocally ... the right decision to do," Medaria Arradondo said in a recorded interview.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo's testimony Monday was significant for a department whose culture has long discouraged officers from criticizing a colleague's conduct — at least not publicly.
Revelations about former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin's history and his conduct on the day George Floyd died have drawn further scrutiny of his training role over younger officers.
Minneapolis officers have been accused of assaulting handcuffed people in at least eight other instances before the death of George Floyd.
The suspected gunman has since been arrested and charged with second-degree murder.
The backlash came amid testimony of a key prosecution witness.
The incident was one of three shootings in Minneapolis on Monday.
Already, the differences between the two cases are stark.
It's not clear whether anyone has been charged in the case.
Suspect experienced medical emergency after tussle with police.
The underlying case involves a man charged with stabbing and seriously injuring another man at a Bloomington light rail station last September.
No arrests had been announced as of noon Wednesday.
The uniforms went from 'UPS brown' to navy blue.
The trial was set to start on March 8, but was temporarily postponed.
No arrests were immediately announced in the case.
The suspected shooter remained held on $1 million bond pending his initial court appearance on Tuesday.
It happened near North Memorial Health Hospital. No one had suffered serious injuries, a Robbinsdale officer at the scene said.
A police spokesman said he couldn't divulge the genders of the two people arrested or provide any other identifying information.
The assault allegedly occurred during a training session in December 2019.
The new outreach teams are expected to be in place before the crime-heavy summer months.
After months of quiet, the Justice Department has convened a grand jury and called police witnesses in the federal investigation, sources say.
Opinion piece blasting department rankles many.
Third person evaluated, interviewed; suspect apparently fled on foot.
The new ordinance follows months of lobbying by the POSTME (Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology and Military Equipment) coalition, which gathered thousands of signatures on petitions asking the City Council to address the issue.
Man died after overnight incident on Saturday.
Pandemic, shutdowns, unrest triggered a domino effect, leaders say.
It's the latest move to encourage transparency and accountability, officials say.
St. Paul police began their vaccine rollout last week.
Charlie Adams is a product of the area he polices.
Those who knew former Minneapolis North football star Charles Royston Jr. say the way they will remember him: always on the go, with a trademark grin that flashed through good times and bad.
With money diverted from police, city agency faces pressure to ramp up quickly, help stem crime surge.
Council member who backs prohibition says its use "feels dystopian."
A rough stretch of the North Side may provide a telling first test of a new strategy that prioritizes mental health care and drug treatment.
The encounter occurred along Dowling Avenue, according to authorities.
The disciplinary record was released Friday.
They were kidnapped from a northeast Minneapolis residence, authorities said.
An Amber Alert was issued about 4:16 p.m. Wednesday.
A sworn affidavit filed by a state BCA agent says that Idd — identified in the warrant as the suspected seller — showed up at the meetup spot, but when officers moved in to arrest him, a "gunfight ensued."
Video released by the Minneapolis Police showed that a 23-year-old man fired first before he was shot and killed by police officers during an attempted traffic stop.
Minneapolis police shot and killed a man they say fired first during a traffic stop on the city's south side Wednesday night.
Glenn Burton, 40, has been charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder.
A police spokesman said a confrontation preceded the shooting.
Police and fire officials say they expect most of their employees will take the vaccine when it becomes available.
The incident in question happened last March in north Minneapolis.
The decision comes almost a year to the day of the shooting.
The current assistant chief, Mike Kjos, plans to retire in January.
The officer, Rod Weber, was fired after a monthslong internal investigation found he'd violated numerous department policies.
The killing came on the second night of protests that followed the police killing of George Floyd last May.
Increasing use has caught the attention of civil liberties advocates, who say it's a threat to privacy and discriminatory.
The council votes 8-5 to pay a man assaulted by an off-duty officer, but objections remain.
They say 2017 footage with teen shows pattern of unreasonable force.
Khalilah Corey was a worrier, but she didn’t think much of it when her 19-year-old son told her he was going to the park to…
Minneapolis police can be heard on scanner traffic saying that they wouldn't respond to reports of gunfire in the area unless there was a victim, feeding into the perception that it was a "no-go zone" — an area where police are reluctant to respond.
The Minneapolis police union put out a call this week for retired officers to help serve as "eyes and ears" at polling sites in "problem" areas across the city on Election Day.
The lawsuit doesn't specify damages.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo demoted a high-ranking deputy whose comments in a Star Tribune article prompted an internal backlash. Art Knight said he was "disappointed" by his demotion.
The shooting happened in the 3500 block of 19th Avenue S.
Another person was injured during the shooting in the troubled area.
They were ages 13 to 15, and the pursuit stemmed from a carjacking, officers said.
Both incidents occurred on the city's North Side.
It's still unclear whether the man fired at officers, police said.
Transparency lacking over new contract, it says.
Police learned later that the homeowner and the victim were acquaintances and that the invasion was not random.
Vice President Mike Pence rallies with police and makes a surprise visit to north Minneapolis.
The surge in violent crime this summer included more prosperous neighborhoods that typically experience few such incidents while continuing to exact the heaviest toll in the city's poor areas, according to a Star Tribune analysis of police statistics.
Preliminary information suggested that the shootings weren't connected.
The officials told Medaria Arradondo of Minneapolis residents' frustrations with enforcement.
Officials at Patrick Henry High school ID'd the teen in a Facebook post and said that grief counselors would be available to students.
The north Minneapolis shooting death is the city's 59th homicide of the year.
A 34-year-old man has been charged in connection with the assault and attempted extortion of a south Minneapolis auto shop owner who was beaten unconscious…
Brandy Steberg said the city acted to appease activists.
None charged in Minneapolis riot crimes publicly linked to far-right groups.