'It's Scary Stuff': Cyber-Security Expert Says Recording-Device Investigation At Hyatt Hotel Is Not UncommonPolice are investigating a report of recording devices found in guest rooms at a Minneapolis hotel.
Police Investigating Report Of Recording Devices Found In Hyatt Hotel Guest RoomsMinneapolis police are investigating a report of recording devices found in guest rooms at the Hyatt Hotel.
Minneapolis Budget Now Looks To Recruit, Train A New Class Of OfficersFollowing opposition from community members, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey’s proposed budget will now put resources toward recruiting and training a new class of police officers instead of hiring a specific number of them.
MPD Holds First Women’s Leadership Academy To Recruit More Female OfficersRight now, women make-up only 20% of the Minneapolis Police Department, but they are hoping to change that statistic with a new recruitment tactic called the Women's Leadership Academy.
'Unjustifiable Mistake': Mpls. Officials Say City’s Backlog Of Untested Rape Kits Is Around 1,700Minneapolis officials announced Friday that the city’s untested rape kit backlog is at around 1,700, not 194 as initially reported in 2015.
Update: 1 Of 2 Missing Juvenile Siblings Found In MinneapolisMinneapolis police say one of two juvenile siblings who went missing Wednesday afternoon have been found.
Police: 1 Hurt In Minneapolis ShootingPolice in Minneapolis are investigating a shooting that left one person injured Friday night.
MPD Chief Releases Statement Ahead Of POTUS Visit, Asks Attendees To Avoid Bringing Certain ItemsMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo says his police department, along with other law enforcement agencies, will be focused on ensuring the public safety for all during the President Donald Trump rally later this week.
Death Of Man Shot In Minneapolis Ruled HomicidePolice say the death of a 28-year-old man who was shot on a north Minneapolis street corner in June has been ruled a homicide.
Police: Woman In Custody Following Double Stabbing In MinneapolisA woman is in custody following a double stabbing Friday night in Minneapolis.
City Officials Say Rising Crime Downtown Minneapolis Will Not Become The 'New Normal'Business leaders say rising crime is keeping customers away from downtown Minneapolis.