'Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied': Hundreds Rally In Downtown Minneapolis To Call For Swift Police ReformsHundreds rallied in downtown Minneapolis Thursday night to say police reforms aren't happening fast enough.
Coalition Of Black Minneapolis Leaders Back Police Chief Arradondo, Call For Police Union Head To Step DownLeaders within the Minneapolis Black community are standing behind Police Chief Medaria Arradondo, and they want to see a change of leadership within the police union.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Call To Prayer To Be Broadcasted 5 Times Daily In Minneapolis During RamadanThe broadcast will be generated from the Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque and organizers expect it will reach thousands of residents, from sunrise to shortly after sunset.
Minneapolis Park Board Reaches $170K Settlement With Families Of Somali Teens Held At GunpointThe families of four Somali-American teenagers have reached a settlement after Minneapolis Park Police officers handcuffed the boys and held them at gunpoint in July of 2018.
Minnesota American-Islamic Relations Group Denounces Somalia BombingAt least 79 people are dead and 149 more injured after a massive car bomb exploded at a busy intersection on the outskirts of Somalia's capital.
'Go Back To Where You Came From': Muslim DoorDash Driver Says He Was Attacked By Customer Near Lake MinnetonkaA DoorDash delivery man says he was punched and told to go back to his country after making a Sunday morning delivery to a home near Lake Minnetonka.
'A Zero Tolerance Policy With Somalis': Scream Town Owner Apologizes For PostAn advocacy organization is calling for a human rights investigation after the owner of a Halloween attraction singled out Somalis.
Somali Community Grapples With Noor Charges In Damond CaseMohamed Noor was the first Somali-American officer in the Minneapolis Police Department. Now he's charged with manslaughter and murder.
FBI Reviewing Islamic Cemetery Vandalism In Castle RockAn Islamic cemetery that was initially denied a permit in suburban Minneapolis has now been vandalized.
Limited Travel Ban Still Stokes Islamophobia, CAIR-MN SaysCAIR-MN executive director Jaylani Hussein says Monday's decision "emboldens" what he calls the Trump administration's "Islamophobic policies."
CAIR-MN Asks Non-Muslims To Help Counter Hateful MessagesThe head of a Muslim civil rights group in Minnesota says his organization is taking a new approach to countering hateful messages — and he's asking non-Muslims to get involved.