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Floyd attorney: 'The only overdose that killed George Floyd was an overdose of excessive force…'
The Floyd family and its attorneys decry as character assassination the defense efforts to portray him as a drug user.
Vikings try new ways to connect with fans for Sunday's Border Battle
It may be one of the most spirited NFL rivalries, but the Vikings-Green Bay border battle Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium will be remarkably subdued regardless of the action
Mpls. council members object to relocating Third Precinct station to nearby warehouse
The council was set to vote on the lease last month but allowed more time to gather public opinion.
Prison for carjacker who veered onto Lake St. sidewalk hit sister, brother
With time served in jail, the 49-year-old man will serve slightly more than 3 years in prison.
George Floyd's family launches foundation on social change
The family of George Floyd has launched a nonprofit foundation and will make the formal announcement Sunday during the annual National Homeless Day event in Minneapolis.
Hennepin County Board considering no property tax levy increase in 2021
Commissioners expressed concern about COVID-19 costs next year.
Hennepin County jury convicts 67-year-old in murder of Minneapolis landlord, friend
Defendant testified that a drug dealer he knew was the actual killer.
Live events stage workers march in Minneapolis
More than 100 workers from local theaters and music venues held a "Road Case March" through downtown Minneapolis to highlight initiatives to help live entertainment industry employees amid the COVID-19 shutdown.
Mpls. photographer accused of raping, terrorizing three women
Den-Zell Gilliard, 28, is charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and false imprisonment.
Attorney: HCMC employees looked at George Floyd's records without approval
The workers involved no longer work for the hospital, though HCMC declines to provide more details to the family.
Attorneys for former officers in George Floyd murder case want separate trials
A judge will hear oral arguments on the matter at hearing Friday.
Georgie Herman, a beloved University of Minnesota librarian, dies of COVID-19 at 88
For nearly three decades, reference librarian Georgianna Herman was a prime resource for graduate students in industrial relations at the University of Minnesota. Herman oversaw…
MSP Airport could waive millions in fees to airlines
Move intended to preserve air service here, but some disagree.
Former Mpls. officer Chauvin appears in court on tax evasion charges
Charges came after he was charged in the killing of George Floyd
At Minneapolis charter school, hybrid model brings students to classroom for online learning
Harvest Best Academy's "learning pod" model aimed at providing space and assistance for students to complete their distance learning.
Trooper heading to one crash scene gets in wreck of his own near U.S. Bank Stadium
The trooper had his lights and siren activated at the time, according to the State Patrol.
Mpls. Park Board plans $1M rehab of Cedar, Lake of the Isles channel
The project will replace crumbling retaining walls, add flowers, shrubs.
Back-to-back Labor Day carjackings in Mpls. may be linked
A Somali American community organizer and another driver were attacked on Labor Day.
Minneapolis police opened fire hydrants to deter drag racing on Sunday night
Some of the drivers were also spinning the tires on their vehicles.
Judge overseeing Floyd family's federal suit no stranger to high stakes litigation
Susan Richard Nelson is overseeing the Floyd family's federal lawsuit.
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Frey's budget envisions 100 fewer police, raises property tax for some
After George Floyd's death, 5 Hennepin Healthcare employees fired for file search
New look shows violent crime's spread across Mpls. this summer
A deeper look at areas most damaged by rioting, looting in Minneapolis, St. Paul
Charges: Man says he stole houseboat 'under maritime law'
Brooks: Work on Lake Street to recover from riots continues, even on Labor Day weekend
Schafer: All around Lake Street, hundreds of business owners now face difficult choices
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