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Black Lives Matter Chant Called ‘Disgusting’ By Police Leader

Traffic disruptions and loud messages aren’t the only things memorable about Saturday’s Black Lives Matter march to the gates of the Minnesota State Fair. One of the chants heard from protesters is being called “disgusting” by rank and file St. Paul Police officers.

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Police: 1 Hurt In St. Paul Shooting, No Arrests Made

Authorities say one person was injured early Monday morning after a shooting in St. Paul and a suspect is at large. St. Paul Police were called at about 3:30 a.m. to a shooting on the 900 block of Thomas Avenue.


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Police Identify Victim In Fatal St. Paul Shooting

Police in St. Paul have identified the person killed in a shooting Monday night. According to the St. Paul Police, the victim was 26-year-old Parnell Robinson, of St. Paul.


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Police Questioning Person Of Interest After Fatal St. Paul Shooting

St. Paul police are investigating a deadly shooting. They found a man dead outside a home in the 1500 block of Ames Avenue around 6:00 p.m. Monday night.


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3 Teens Behind Bars After Robbery Turned Fatal Shooting

Three teenagers are behind bars in connection with a robbery that left another teen dead. Investigators say the four teens were attempting to rob a couple in Shadow Falls Park along Summit Avenue in St. Paul.


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St. Paul Police Investigate Overnight Shooting

St. Paul police are investigating after shots were fired Sunday night in the same location where a man was killed over the weekend.


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St. Paul Police Investigate Shooting In Shadow Falls Park

One person is dead after a shooting in St. Paul late Friday evening. According to St. Paul Police, around 10:30 p.m. officers responded to a call of a robbery in the area of Summit Avenue and Mississippi River Boulevard.


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MN Business Celebrates National Hot Dog Month Chicago Style

It’s National Hot Dog Month and the official day to celebrate the summer classic is on Thursday. But WCCO is celebrating a little early.


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St. Paul Police Ask For Public Feedback On Body Cameras

The St. Paul Police Department is asking for the public to weigh in on the use of body cameras. They have released a 15-question survey that focuses on whether or not people think they would be effective in improving trust between the community and law enforcement.


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Wal-Mart Shoplifting Suspect Charged With Illegal Firearm Possession

A Wisconsin man suspected of pointing his gun at an off-duty police officer while shoplifting from a St. Paul Walmart has been charged with carrying an illegal firearm.


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Police Chiefs To Seek Temporary Curbs On Body Camera Footage

Some Minnesota police chiefs plan to ask a state agency for temporary restrictions on access to police body camera footage after failing to convince Minnesota lawmakers to limit public availability.


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Woman Charged With 2nd Degree Murder In St. Paul Stabbing

A St. Paul woman has been charged with murder after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death Thursday. Natalie Jonelle Pollard, 33, has been charged with one count of murder in the second degree.


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St. Paul Police Investigate Dogs’ Death

St. Paul police are investigating the discovery of two dogs found dead in a car. Sgt. Paul Paulos says the two pit bulls were found dead Monday about 7 p.m. on the city’s east side.


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St. Paul Police Seek Suspect In Wal-Mart TV Theft

The St. Paul Police Department is looking for a suspect who allegedly walked out of a Wal-Mart store with a large television.


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St. Paul Police Seek Public’s Help ID’ing Suspect

The St. Paul Police Department are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in a recent crime.


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Charges: St. Paul Teacher Touched Student Inappropriately

A 47-year-old St. Paul teacher is accused of inappropriate sexual contact involving one of his students, according to charges filed Monday in Ramsey County Court. Vam Ntxaij Yajzt was charged with one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection with the incident, which happened May 7.


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Police Seek Help Locating Suspect(s) In Package Theft

The St. Paul Police are asking for the public’s help in locating the person(s) suspected of taking two packages from a home on Wednesday evening.


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On Body Cameras, Lawmakers Weigh Privacy Versus Transparency

A debate over police body cameras is stirring a call to action by a group that previously shut down Minnesota freeways while protesting law enforcement tactics. The Senate Judiciary Committee was considering the body camera legislation Thursday.


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Lawmakers Advised To Set Data Policy Beyond Police Body Cams

Minnesota lawmakers are being advised to think beyond police officer body cameras as they consider how to manage loads of data being scooped up by newer law enforcement tools. Government data policy expert Don Gemberling told the House Civil Law Committee on Tuesday that fast-evolving technology makes it important that any rewrite of access laws isn’t too narrowly focused.


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Twin Cities Cops Attend Funeral Of Slain New York Officer

Nine Twin Cities police officers are among the estimated 25,000 paying their respects to one of the officers shot to death in New York.


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St. Paul Police Rewarding Kids In Partnership With YWCA

St. Paul Police have taken up a new assignment–a new way to help children in need.


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Coleman Calls For Review After Arrest Video Appears On YouTube

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman is calling for a review after video of an arrest was made public. Chris Lollie shot a video as St. Paul Police arrested him in a skyway in January. It was posted to YouTube this week.


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US Defense Helicopter Training Continues In Twin Cities

Residents of downtown Minneapolis may have been alarmed Monday night by the sight of low-flying helicopters near city buildings. But the police departments of Minneapolis and St. Paul say the public has nothing to fear, as it’s all part of a Department of Defense training exercise.


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Low-Flying Helicopters In Twin Cities Part Of Military Exercise

If you’re hearing or seeing helicopters around the Twin Cities metro, don’t be alarmed. The St. Paul and Minneapolis police departments say it is part of a training exercise involving military helicopters.


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Man Allegedly Attacks Cop In Attempts To Steal Gun

A St. Paul, Minn. police officer was allegedly attacked by a Hudson, Minn. man attempting to take the officer’s gun. Anthony Michael Nickson, 49 faces two counts each of terroristic threats and attempting to disarm a police officer, and one count of terroristic threats during a violent crime.