Local Officials, Students Appear In Ads For Tighter Gun Control You may have noticed a new series of TV ads promoting tougher gun control measures in Minnesota. The ads feature Minnesota students, law enforcement officers, and a mother who owns a gun. They're trying to influence Minnesota lawmakers and voters.
In Damond Shooting Trial, A Tough Prosecution AheadThis is believed to be only the second time an on-duty officer has been charged in a shooting in Minnesota.
Neighbors, Friends Of Justine Damond Rally After Officer Charged In ShootingJustine Damond's neighbors and friends are coming together to provide comfort and support.
Mpls. NAACP Praises Noor Charges, Notes 'Vastly Different Outcomes' In Jamar Clark CaseThe Minneapolis NAACP says Justine Damond's death at the hands of a Minneapolis Police officer has led to "earth-shattering moments" in the city.
Decision On Justine Damond Shooting Won't Come Before 2018The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says it’s yet to reach a decision on whether or not to charge a Minneapolis police officer for the shooting death of Justine Damond.
Justine Damond's Family Questions Investigation After Freeman CommentsDamond's father John Ruszczyk says her family was deeply concerned about the possibility "the initial investigation was not done properly."
Hennepin County Attorney Apologizes For Comments On Damond CaseHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman publicly apologized Monday for his comments last week on the investigation into the Justine Damond shooting.
Dayton Responds After Freeman's Damond Shooting CommentsGov. Mark Dayton is defending investigators from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension who are looking into the police shooting death of Justine Damond.
Freeman: I Can't Charge MPD Officer Yet In Damond's Shooting DeathHennepin County’s attorney told union members Thursday that he does not have enough evidence yet to file charges against the Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian woman last summer.
Former Twin Cities Paramedic Sentenced For Drug TheftsA former Twin Cities paramedic accused of stealing narcotics from an ambulance service has been sentenced to 180 days in the county workhouse and could face prison time.
New DNA Evidence Leads To Charges In Teen's 1983 MurderThe Hennepin County Attorney says he now has enough evidence to charge a man for the 1983 murder of 17 year old Lorri Mesedahl.
Hennepin Cty. Atty.: Decision On Charges In Damond Shooting Should Come By End Of YearHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says a decision in the case of the Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian woman should come by the end of the year.