Attorney: Minneapolis, Family Of Jamar Clark Reach Tentative $200K SettlementThe city of Minneapolis has offered the family of Jamar Clark a tentative $200,000 settlement more than three years after he was fatally shot by police, according to a lawyer involved in the case.
'There Ain't Been No Justice': Advocates For Jamar Clark Call For $20M Death SettlementJamar Clark's family is still trying to settle with Minneapolis more than three years after he was shot and killed by police.
Mediation To Continue In Civil Case Of Jamar Clark's ShootingA federal judge in Minnesota has ordered city leaders in Minneapolis to appear in court Wednesday to discuss the status of a lawsuit over the police shooting of a black man in 2015.
Demonstration Against Police Shootings Planned For Wednesday Evening In Downtown MinneapolisA demonstration is planned for Wednesday evening in downtown Minneapolis to show solidarity with the victims of police shootings in the wake of the Mohamed Noor trial verdict.
Dozens March In North Minneapolis To Mark 3rd Anniversary Of Jamar Clark's DeathAbout 200 people reportedly gathered in north Minneapolis Thursday night to mark the third anniversary of Jamar Clark’s death.
'My Family Is Still Fighting': 3 Years Since Jamar Clark ShotThe shooting happened on Nov. 15, 2015. Officers were responding to a report of a woman being assaulted.
Events Planned To Mark 2 Years Since Jamar Clark ShootingJamar Clark was shot and killed by Minneapolis police officers on Nov. 15, 2015.
Dozens Rally, Show Solidarity With St. LouisOn Friday in St. Louis, a white, former police officer was acquitted of shooting a black man.
Justine Damond Case Heads To Attorney's Office For Possible ChargesThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension announced Tuesday that its investigation into the shooting death of Justine Damond at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer is complete.
Mpls. Mayor Hodges' Re-Election Prospects Up In Air After Police ShootingHodges has approached the job as head of Minnesota's most liberal city differently than her popular, crowd-surfing predecessor R.T. Rybak.
A Look At High-Profile Police Shootings Of Blacks In The U.S.A former Wisconsin police officer was acquitted of first-degree reckless homicide in the fatal shooting of Sylville Smith, a black man whose death sparked riots in a predominantly African-American neighborhood of Milwaukee.