Police: 1 Dead In South Minneapolis ShootingMinneapolis police say one person is dead after a homicide Sunday night on the south side of the city.
Former Minneapolis Cop Convicted Of On-Duty AssaultA former Minneapolis police officer has been convicted of assaulting a man while on-duty.
Man Convicted In Minneapolis Mechanic's Beating DeathA 25-year-old man was convicted of murder Thursday in the January beating and stabbing death of a neighborhood mechanic in Minneapolis.
MPD Body Camera Audit Shows Need For ImprovementsTwo months after Minneapolis police were criticized for a lax body camera policy, an independent audit reveals the need for improvements.
Community Leaders Camp Out For Youth HomelessnessDozens of community leaders are sleeping outside Sunday night to draw attention to youth homelessness.
Police: 1 Critically Hurt, 1 In Custody In Minneapolis StabbingOne victim is hospitalized in critical condition and a suspect is in custody after a stabbing in Minneapolis early Sunday morning.
Minneapolis Police Warn Ride-Share App Users After Multiple Reported AssaultsOver the past two weeks, four people have reported being inappropriately touched by a driver who claimed to be with a ride-sharing service.
Audit Reveals How Mpls. Police Are Using Body CamerasAre Minneapolis police officers using their body cameras properly? We now have more answers after an audit of camera use was released Tuesday morning.
Man, 21, Arrested In Crash That Killed St. Thomas StudentMinneapolis police say a 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection to a fatal crash in north Minneapolis Sunday morning.
Arradondo: Police Body Camera Use Up After Policy ChangeMinneapolis' police chief says he's seeing an increase in use of body cameras since he required that officers turn them on when responding to any call.
Minneapolis Police Officer Arrested For Criminal Sexual ConductA Minneapolis police officer has been arrested, following a report of a sexual assault.
Arradondo Publicly Sworn In As MPD's 1st Black ChiefMinneapolis leaders, community members and civil rights advocates spoke of unity and a new chapter in police-community relations as they celebrated the city's first black police chief.

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