94 Arrested During Super Bowl Sex Trafficking StingMinneapolis police announced Tuesday that 94 arrests were made over the Super Bowl during a sex trafficking sting operation.
Police: $924K Bought In Fake Super Bowl Tickets, 19 ArrestedPolice arrested 19 people for counterfeiting over Super Bowl LII weekend. In all, more than $924,000 in fake tickets was spent.
Jury Acquits Minneapolis Cop Who Shot At CarA jury has acquitted a Minneapolis police officer who shot at a car full of club-goers nearly two years ago.
NFL Praises Law Enforcement Who Kept Super Bowl SafeThe NFL said Minneapolis executed one of the best public safety plans in Super Bowl history.
MPD Says Super Bowl Arrest Numbers Lower Than ExpectedMore than 3,000 officers from 60 different law enforcement agencies worked the areas in and around Super Bowl events.
App Developed For Minneapolis Police To Aid In Super Bowl SecurityAn app developed specifically for the big game at the request of Minneapolis Police will go live Friday.
Jury Gets Case Of Man Charged In North Minneapolis Grandmother's DeathBirdell Beeks was sitting in a van with her granddaughter on May 26, 2016, when a stray bullet killed her.
Minneapolis Police On Alert For Any Outcome Of NFC Title GameIn Minneapolis, police are taking precautions as restaurants and bars will be packed for public viewing parties.
After Years Of Preparation, Super Bowl Safety Plan In PlaceA comprehensive safety plan developed over the last two years for Super Bowl LII will be put to the test in the weeks to come.
Minneapolis Police Looking For New Way To Evaluate RecruitsThe Minneapolis Police Department is working on a new way to pre-screen, evaluate and determine fitness for duty for its officers and new recruits.
Who Is Helping The Homeless When Temps Dip Below Zero?Many of us are fortunate enough to have a warm house to retreat to when temperatures dip below zero. But many people across the Twin Cities are desperately trying to get into shelters.
Minneapolis Police: Help Vulnerable People In Extreme ColdThe Minneapolis Police Department is asking for help from residents as the Twin Cities faces dangerously cold conditions.

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