This summer, there has been a lot of violence in the news. Just on Sunday evening in Minneapolis alone, police are trying to find the gunman responsible for the city’s 16th deadly shooting this year.
Community leaders are coming together in the aftermath of the death of a little boy, and hoping that people can work together for change.
Five people were arrested early Monday morning at a downtown Minneapolis nightclub following a concert performance. According to police, the arrests happened after a series of fights that broke out at Epic nightclub at about 2 a.m.
In about a 48-hour span, four people have been killed in a Brooklyn Park suburb. Now, police are meeting with residents to talk about the homicides – and offer solutions to the violence.
There have been six mob attacks, in all, since February. Now, Police are now wondering if an 8 o’clock curfew keeping anyone 17 and under from two downtown streets will stop the violence.
A call to action will be held in North Minneapolis on Saturday after gun violence took another life earlier this week.
Community groups in Minneapolis and Duluth are holding events Sunday to call for an end to gun violence.
Friends and neighbors would rather be celebrating the new year with Terrell Mayes Jr., than remembering the life of the 3-year-old who died after being hit in the head by a stray bullet.
The New York Times has been writing about Derek Boogaard’s role as a fighter on the ice and how it affected him. It got us wondering about big fights and hits on the ice and on the field.
More than 600 people are taking part in a day-long summit to end violence in Minnesota.
A teacher in Mexico is being celebrated after she kept a class full of young students calm during a gun battle outside their class. Read the story and check the video.
It was a very violent holiday weekend in Minneapolis. Five separate shootings kept police busy Sunday night and early Monday morning.
Shocking video of a police officer in Phoenix violently tackling a 15 year old. See the video and read the story here.
It’s National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, and this year’s observance recognizes that victims of crime often face the task of reshaping their lives, while authorities pursue offenders.
Here’s a story from CBS News on a violent confrontation in a Las Vegas court room. A woman was going to be taken into jail and she exploded.