Good Question: Why Don't Police Just Try To Hurt Suspects?Over the past week, WCCO has devoted significant coverage to officer-involved shootings from the death of Jamar Clark a week and half ago to a Columbia Heights man early Tuesday morning. So why don't police just try to hurt suspects? Good Question.
Family: Funeral Set For Jamar ClarkFuneral plans are set for a black man whose fatal shooting by Minneapolis police has sparked protests.
Gov. Dayton, Mayor Hodges Meet With NAACP Leaders About Clark CaseNational and state leaders met Friday afternoon at the Governor's Mansion in St. Paul to talk about the investigation of the shooting of Jamar Clark, and the demands protesters are making.
A Look At The Officers Involved In Jamar Clark's ShootingSunday morning's shooting death of Jamar Clark brought two Minneapolis police officers into the public eye. That single action of pulling the trigger put officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze under an intense investigation.
BCA Has Partial Video Of Jamar Clark ShootingAuthorities investigating the shooting of an unarmed black man by Minneapolis police say they have several videos of the incident but none that show it in its entirety.
Police: Standoff Ensues After Homeowner Pulls Gun On Roommate Officials in the north metro say they responded to a domestic situation Sunday where a homeowner pulled a gun on a roommate who was moving out.
Red Wing Reconsiders Police Hate Crime ResolutionThe Red Wing City Council is reconsidering a resolution that would make attacks on police officers a hate crime. After an outcry on social media, city leaders are promising to take another look, this time with public input.
Police Investigating After Night Of Violence In The Twin CitiesIt's been a violent 24 hours in the Twin Cities. Police in Minneapolis are investigating a deadly shooting that happened in the area 30th Avenue North and Emerson Avenue just before 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Bicyclist Believes He Was Attacked In Mpls. A Minneapolis bicyclist believes he was assaulted last month while riding home on the city’s streets. According to a GoFundMe page for Zac Schneider Roberts, the 22-year-old was biking home on Sept. 9 when he suddenly lost consciousness. He woke up in an ambulance, with severe injuries to his face.
'Blue Light Service' Held At State Capitol Honors Fallen Law EnforcementOn Saturday night, services were held at the State Capitol to honor those who died in Minnesota. The program encourages communities to display blue lights during the holiday season in honor of our fallen law enforcement. The color blue is symbolic of peace.
Police Investigate Arrest Of 15-Year-Old St. Paul BoySt. Paul police said they are reviewing the circumstances surrounding the arrest of a 15-year-old boy that was captured on video. According to the police report, the incident happened on the 700 block of Edmund Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
Rally Held In Support Of Police At State CapitolSaturday is national "Thank A Police Officer Day." Supporters say officers should be respected every day, but they believe that's not happening, as protests against police continue.