4 Things To Know: Fierce Lynx, Jamar Clark Decision & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Wednesday, June 1. They include the red-hot start for the Minnesota Lynx.
Sources: Federal Investigation Into Jamar Clark Shooting CompleteThe Department of Justice and FBI were investigating whether or not the officers violated Clark's civil rights.
Celebration Planned For Jamar Clark’s BirthdayFriends and family of Jamar Clark plan to celebrate the life of the young man killed by Minneapolis police.
4th Precinct Reoccupation, MinnRoast March Planned For Jamar ClarkThe shooting death of Jamar Clark by Minneapolis police has sparked a movement of change.
Black Lives Matter Activists Disrupt Light Rail Ahead Of Twins OpenerA group of mostly white supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement protested outside the Twins Home Opener today.
Dems Propose Creating Special Office For Deadly Force CasesSome lawmakers want to set up a special state prosecutor to handle police deadly force incidents. Minneapolis Democratic Sen. Scott Dibble introduced a bill Monday to create the new office to investigate and prosecute all cases of deadly force in Minnesota.
Black Leaders Lay Out Requests To Close Equity GapsLeaders and advocates from Minnesota's black community laid out their requests Wednesday for millions of dollars to start an investment program for minority-owned businesses and fund a summer job program for black teens, answering Gov. Mark Dayton's call for input to assemble a plan to tackle economic gaps.
Interview Audio Released Of Officers In Jamar Clark ShootingWe are hearing for the first time from the Minneapolis police officers who shot and killed Jamar Clark. Officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze were called to Plymouth Avenue in November on reports of a domestic situation where the alleged abuser was still at the scene.
Freeman: Thousands Looking At Evidence In Jamar Clark CaseDespite questions raised by community members, the man who made that decision stands firm, and it appears people are taking up his offer to review the evidence for themselves.
Groups Call For Jamar Clark Case To Be ReopenedBlack Lives Matter and the Minneapolis NAACP demand a reopening of the Jamar Clark Case and the appointment of a special prosecutor.
Jamar Clark's Alleged Victim Under ScrutinyRayAnn Hayes insists Jamar Clark did not beat her the night of Nov. 15, 2015. "First they're saying that I said he didn't do it, then it says on page 12 it she did do it. What do you mean?" Hayes said.
Community Continues Call For Prosecution In Jamar Clark CaseDozens of community members are continuing the call for the prosecution of two Minneapolis police officers despite Mike Freeman's decision not to press charges.
More Demonstrations For Jamar Clark Planned For FridaySupporters of Jamar Clark plan to gather again Friday inside the Hennepin County Government Center, asking for justice and solidarity.
4 Things To Know: Jamar Clark Rally, Apple's 40th Birthday & MoreFrom a rally planned at the Hennepin County Government Center in support of Jamar Clark to Apple's 40th birthday, here's a look at the four stories to know from April 1, 2016.
Exclusive: Alleged Jamar Clark Victim Speaks OutThe woman with Jamar Clark the night police shot and killed him is telling her story in a WCCO exclusive.