Five days after the police shooting of Justine Damond in south Minneapolis, Police Chief Janee Harteau has spoken publicly for the first time.
There’s an enormous demand for answers into the details of Justine Damond’s death at the hand of Minneapolis police both in Minnesota and in her native Australia.
Rescuers came back to the riverfront on Tuesday to pay their respects to those lost and injured in the 35W bridge collapse.
Inside the University of Minnesota’s Masonic Children’s Hospital, heartbreak hopes for a miracle.
Buried in the heat of battle, Friday’s dignified return of James J. Hubert’s remains was long overdue.
Swanson says that she has numerous examples of consumers saying they were quoted at one price and then charged another.
A carjacking incident in central Minnesota ended in a fatal officer-involved shooting Monday morning.
As the Holy Family high school hockey players skate their summer training, junior defenseman Michael Spinner can only look on. He is sidelined for the next ten days after a near-fatal on ice accident.
People throughout the Midwest are heading into the holiday weekend cleaning up after powerful, tornado-producing storms.
Initial estimates are in for the June 11 hail storm that hit the north metro hard.
Moose sightings are increasingly rare as the population has fallen a whopping 58 percent over the past 10 years
The mother of Philando Castile has reached a nearly $3 million settlement in his death with the city of St. Anthony.
We’re getting a look at more of the case files and evidence from the Jeronimo Yanez trial, including items the jury didn’t see and some heartbreaking comments from Diamond Reynolds’ 4-year-old daughter.
For the first time Tuesday, the public was able to see what happened the night former St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez shot and killed Philando Castile.
A neighbor tells WCCO that a 3-year-old girl, her father and his friend were all shot in the incident.
The look on their faces showed obvious fatigue and stress.
Jeronimo Yanez is the St. Anthony Police Officer charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of Philando Castile.
A Minnesota officer who fatally shot a black motorist last July acted unreasonably, according to an expert on police use of force who testified that the officer had no reason to believe that the man was a threat.
Investigator Lindsay Garfield testified that the gun Philando Castile had on his person had a magazine in it, but there was no round in the chamber.
The girlfriend of a black man killed by a Minnesota police officer during a traffic stop was expected to return to the witness stand Tuesday in the officer’s manslaughter trial, which opened with differing accounts about whether he saw Philando Castile’s gun before firing.
Opening statements are expected to begin Monday in the manslaughter trial of a Minnesota officer who fatally shot a black motorist.
The trial for St. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez is set to begin Monday, and all the jurors have been seated.
There are now 14 potential jurors who could decide the fate of Jeronimo Yanez, the St. Anthony police officer charged with killing Philando Castile last summer.
Jury selection began Tuesday in a Minnesota case that’s received worldwide attention, with all but one of the 50-person jury pool being given questionnaires.
It was June 2015 when a contractor working on the island of Betio was digging up a parking lot. Suddenly, human remains appeared in the soil, the first of what would be many skeletal remains.