St. Paul Police Honor Civilians Who Held Back Armed SuspectSome local heroes were honored Wednesday in St. Paul. Police Chief Todd Axtell handed out five "Life Saving Awards."
Board Votes To Not Name Police Training Fund After Philando CastileGov. Mark Dayton called for the fund to be created and named after Castile earlier in July.
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Woman Says Mpls. Cop Responding To Burglary Alarm Shot Her DogsA woman in north Minneapolis says a city police officer responding Saturday ngiht to a home burglary alarm shot her two dogs.
Cops Called To Shut Down Slip-And-Slide, Take A Ride Down The Hill InsteadWhen the Asheville police were called to shutdown an innocuous slip-and-slide, they instead decided to ask if they could have a turn.
Off-Duty Cop Dressed As Batman Stops Shoplifter Stealing Batman MovieOff-duty police officer Damon Cole stopped a shoplifter attempting to steal a copy of Lego Batman while dressed as Batman.
U.S. Police Chiefs Meet With Paul Ryan In His Hometown Police chiefs from around the country have converged in Janesville to discuss ways to reduce the use of deadly force.
Trump Expected To Lift Limits On Military Surplus GearIf president-elect Donald Trump keeps his promise, surplus military grenade launchers, bayonets, tracked armored vehicles and high-powered firearms and ammunition will once again be available to state and local U.S. police departments.
Canadian Cops Threatening Drunk Drivers With NickelbackCops in Canada appear to have taken a page from their counterparts in Minnesota in threatening to subject drunk drivers to disagreeable pop music on their rides to jail.
Body Cams To Soon Be On All Mpls. Cops Responding To 911 CallsStarting this fall, every Minneapolis police officer who responds to a 911 call will wear a body camera.
Mpls. Cop Fired For Use Of Force Returning To The StreetsA Minneapolis police officer who was fired for use of force will soon be returning to work.
Report: Police Across The U.S. Abuse Confidential DatabasesPolice officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found.