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Brainerd man sentenced to 4 years for fire at Floyd protest
A Brainerd man who pleaded guilty to helping set fire to a Minneapolis police station during protests over the death of George Floyd was sentenced Wednesday to four years in federal prison.
Charter school buys longtime south Minneapolis site of St. Joseph's orphanage
The orphanage closed last year. The purchase price was not disclosed.
Cedar-Riverside store owner recounts robber fatally gunning down friend, fleeing
The gunman walked into the store about 7 p.m., pulled out a gun and pointed it at Hassan Shire, the owner. "Give me money, give me money," the gunman said, according to Shire.
Legislature OKs $7.8M for Derek Chauvin trial security costs
Gov. Tim Walz signed the package late Tuesday. Minnesota Democrats say they want police reform passed this session, too.
Employee at Cedar-Riverside shop shot and killed in suspected robbery
It is the city's 24th homicide of the year.
Hennepin County Board rejects resolution condemning use of chemical weapons and less-lethal projectiles
Commissioners also discussed the use of the Government Center's public plaza for protests.
Minneapolis man pleads guilty to killing girlfriend's ex
A Minneapolis man pleaded guilty Monday to fatally shooting his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend last year in a western suburb.Rodney Velho, 45, pleaded guilty in Hennepin County…
Sarna, a Minneapolis legislator who saved the Stone Arch Bridge, dies at 86
If county officials had their way, light rail trains might today be the main users of the Stone Arch Bridge.But Rep. John Sarna, along with…
Mpls. panel issues statement after removing references to George Floyd, Chauvin trial
The city attorney' s office had advised the Civil Rights Commission against issuing a statement, saying it lacked the authority and the judge had asked the city to stop discussing the case.
Chauvin sentencing in Floyd death pushed back to June 25
Sentencing for former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death has been pushed back to June 25, according to online court records.
Arson expected in fiery SUV explosion near Lake St. in Minneapolis
Gasoline was used to set the blaze, according to the Minneapolis Fire Department.
Minneapolis considers making Juneteenth a paid holiday for city employees
If approved, the city would join a growing number of employers honoring the day celebrating emancipation in the United States.
Police investigating north Minneapolis shooting that injured infant, two adults
An infant was one of three people wounded Monday in a shooting in north Minneapolis.Officers were called to the 1800 block of N. Lowry Avenue…
Murder charges: Suspect shot St. Paul man in auto body shop to avenge his brother's death
Police were told the man was avenging the death of a relative.
South Minneapolis man dies nearly two weeks after his apartment caught fire
Fire officials suspect the fire originated in an oven in the third-floor apartment.
Authorities ID man, 19, shot to death at south Minneapolis street corner
A preliminary investigation suggests that the suspect and victim were familiar with each other, according to police.
BCA raced against the clock to investigate George Floyd's death
As the first protesters took to the streets the day after George Floyd's death last year, BCA investigators were already racing to get to the bottom of what happened — and why.
High-ranking sheriff's major sees policing's potential, gaps
Dawanna Witt supervises 500 employees at the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office as the major in charge of the courts and the jail. Many around her hope she helps open the door for change.
Big payouts in police shootings raise stakes for smaller cities
Insurance limits and lack of funds are not a defense that will shelter Brooklyn Center — or any city — from multimillion-dollar judgments in fatal police shootings, legal scholars say.
As tech evolves for severe weather warnings, Hennepin County leads the way
New equipment assists with evolving plans for warnings.
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