Minneapolis Police Announce Department-Wide Implementation Of Body CamerasOfficers on the North Side are going through training this week. Downtown officers already have them.
Harteau Tells Kroll To Stop Wearing Police Uniform In InterviewsThe chief of the Minneapolis Police Department is telling the head of the police union to stop wearing his uniform during interviews with the press.
Neighbors Come Together To Improve North Mpls. NeighborhoodSome residents in north Minneapolis are working to make their neighborhood better.
Ceremony Marks Tip Off Of Target Center RenovationAs one stadium is close to being finished, another is undergoing a major renovation. Target Center in downtown Minneapolis is beginning an 18-month remodeling project.
MPD Union Leader: 'Black Lives Matter Is A Terrorist Organization'The president of Minneapolis Police's union says the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark are vindicated after a federal investigation cleared them of any wrongdoing.
Hodges’ State Of The City Focuses On Gun Violence, EquityMinneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges delivered her 2016 State of the City address Tuesday to city leaders and community members at the MacPhail Center for Music.
Chanhassen, Mpls. Plan Permanent Prince MemorialsAs people around the world celebrate music icon Prince, his neighbors are figuring out how to honor him at home. The fence outside Paisley Park in Chanhassen has become a temporary memorial for the legendary Minnesotan.
Mpls. City Council Unanimously Approves $800M Boost For Streets, ParksThe Minneapolis City Council unanimously voted in favor of a capital funding package Friday, providing millions annually for improving the city's streets and parks. City officials say the package will give $33 million each year for up to 20 years to park and street projects.
Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau, Police Union Head Respond To Jamar Clark RulingMinneapolis mayor, police chief and the president of the police officers union responded Wednesday to the Hennepin County Attorney's ruling that the two officers involved in the November 2015 shooting death of Jamar Clark will not face charges.
Timeline Of The Jamar Clark CaseThe officer-involved shooting death of Jamar Clark last November has rocked Minnesota. It sparked a nearly 20-day protest outside of Minneapolis Police’s 4th Precinct Building, led by the group Black Lives Matter.
Minneapolis Inches Closer To Comprehensive Paid Sick LeaveThe city of Minneapolis is one step closer to implementing the most sweeping paid sick leave policy in the state. The proposal, which advanced Wednesday out of a city council committee ...
Rubio Brings Campaign To Minneapolis; DFL Leaders Gather For Clinton EventOne week before the Minnesota caucus, Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio is visiting Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon. The senator from Florida spoke to about 1,600 people at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis before heading to Michigan.