'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.
'I Am Determined To Reclaim My Health': Mike Freeman To Enter Alcohol TreatmentHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says he will enter an alcohol treatment program after announcing last week he was taking a medical leave of absence.
Hennepin Co. Att'y Mike Freeman Taking Leave To 'Deal With Health Issues'The announcement follows allegations made against Freeman concerning his alleged inappropriate behavior at a community event at the Urban League of Minneapolis Thursday evening.
Police: Man Convicted Of Hiding Girlfriend's Body, Now Charged With MurderOn Monday, 35-year-old Joshua Dow was charged with second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Adelle Jensen.
'Your Prayers Are Working': Family Of Boy Thrown From MOA Balcony Says He's Still In Intensive CareThe family of the boy thrown by a stranger from a Mall of America third-story balcony has given another update on his condition Tuesday afternoon.
Charges: Woman Swindles $80K From Nonprofit While On Probation From Previous Swindle SchemeHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced charges Tuesday against a woman who is accused of identity theft and theft by swindle involving the nonprofit where she worked, while under investigation for defrauding a different nonprofit.
Joseph Porter Sentenced To 20 Years For Girlfriend's Strangulation DeathTwenty-six-year-old Joseph Porter was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to murdering his girlfriend in January of last year.
Hennepin Co. Attorney: Sayoc's Charges In Minnesota Would Not Have Put Him Behind BarsHennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman issued a statement about the man who allegedly mailed several bombs to public figures last week and the decades-old charges the man once faced in Minnesota.
'Next Time It Could Be You': NAACP Responds To Decision In Thurman Blevins Shooting The Minneapolis chapter of the NAACP is calling the decision not to charge the officers who shot and killed Thurman Blevins the continuation of a system that doesn't value the lives of black men.
'He Pleaded & Begged For His Life': Relatives Say Blevins Wasn't A ThreatThe family of Thurman Blevins came to the County Attorney's press conference to hear the truth and call for justice, but instead, they say what they heard made them angry.
Protests Interrupt Hennepin Co.'s Press Conference On Blevins ShootingThe Hennepin County Attorney’s Office press conference discussing the shooting of Thurman Blevins was cut short Monday due to protests.
Hennepin Co. Leaders Working To Keep Juveniles Out Of JailLeaders in Hennepin County are trying to keep teenagers out of jail.
Local Officials, Students Appear In Ads For Tighter Gun Control You may have noticed a new series of TV ads promoting tougher gun control measures in Minnesota. The ads feature Minnesota students, law enforcement officers, and a mother who owns a gun. They're trying to influence Minnesota lawmakers and voters.
In Damond Shooting Trial, A Tough Prosecution AheadThis is believed to be only the second time an on-duty officer has been charged in a shooting in Minnesota.
Neighbors, Friends Of Justine Damond Rally After Officer Charged In ShootingJustine Damond's neighbors and friends are coming together to provide comfort and support.