Missing Vulnerable Adult In Hutchinson Found SafeOfficials with the BCA say the vulnerable adult who hadn't been seen since Saturday night has been found safe.
Campaign Aims To Keep Truckers On The Lookout For Human TraffickingThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is working with truck drivers to help stop sex trafficking.
BCA: 55,000+ Permits To Carry Issued In 2017More than 55,000 permits to carry were issued to Minnesotans in 2017, according to the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
10 Months Later, Family Pleads For Answers In Police ShootingFamily says the Medical Examiner still has not released Darren Jahnke's body since the shooting last Easter.
BCA IDs Officer Who Fatally Shot Knife-Wielding ManAuthorities have identified the two officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man who the officers say came at them with two knives.
BCA: Twin Cities Man Killed By Police Fired FirstInvestigators say a Twin Cities man shot first before he was killed in an exchange of gunfire with two law officers on Minnesota's Iron Range.
New Techniques Train Officers To De-Escalate EncountersThe relatively new training approach is teaching officers that not all of their encounters require split second decisions.
BCA Video Shows Gunshot Narrowly Missing Police OfficerNew evidence released by the BCA shows how close a police officer came to being shot this summer.
St. Francis Police Search For Missing 15-Year-OldInvestigators say the girl has health concerns, and her family is worried about her well-being.
Officer, Victim In Stearns County Officer-Involved Shooting IdentifiedAuthorities have released the name of a Stearns County sheriff's deputy who shot and wounded a domestic assault suspect in St. Cloud.
BCA Investigating After Man Injured In St. Cloud Officer-Involved ShootingThe Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has launched an investigation after a man was injured in an officer-involved shooting in St. Cloud late Monday evening.
Hennepin Cty. Atty.: Decision On Charges In Damond Shooting Should Come By End Of YearHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says a decision in the case of the Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian woman should come by the end of the year.