The Minneapolis Police Department, the largest in Minnesota, has become the latest to equip its officers with body cameras in what officials say is an effort to improve transparency and hold police accountable. Thirty-six officers will test two camera models over the next several months, with plans to roll them out department-wide by late 2015.
A growing number of young adults in the Twin Cities need some help before they’re able to enter the workforce.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minneapolis Urban League is getting ready for its annual gala, which is being held on Thursday evening. The keynote speaker this year is Andrew Young, a former U.S. Ambassador to the […]