Protesters Say They Aren't Leaving The 4th Precinct Protesters are rejecting a call from the mayor of Minneapolis that they end their demonstration outside a police station near where a black man was fatally shot by a police officer more than two weeks ago.
Gov. Dayton: Video Of Jamar Clark Shooting Is InconclusiveMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he's seen video recorded on the night a black man was shot by a Minneapolis police officer, but that the footage is inconclusive.
Protesters Hold Candlelit Vigil For Jamar Clark At 4th PrecinctSix days after Jamar Clark's shooting, chants of protest have turned to prayer, and police are there, making sure that group stays safe.
Gov. Dayton, Mayor Hodges Meet With NAACP Leaders About Clark CaseNational and state leaders met Friday afternoon at the Governor's Mansion in St. Paul to talk about the investigation of the shooting of Jamar Clark, and the demands protesters are making.
3 Activists Removed From Mpls. City Council MeetingThe Minneapolis City Council meeting received an unexpected interruption as one organization spoke out against the shooting of an unarmed black man by a police officer. Jamar Clark was shot and killed by Minneapolis Police early Sunday morning after officers responded to an assault call.
Family Says Jamar Clark Was Trying To Escape Troubled PastJamar Clark had been trying to escape a troubled past that followed him much of his life and now hangs over his death. Clark was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer after an altercation early Sunday morning.
Timeline Of Events In The Jamar Clark CaseThis is the fifth day that protesters have made their presence known outside Minneapolis Police's 4th Precinct building. Demonstrators have taken their message to the streets and faced arrest, while investigators figure out what led to the shooting.
Jamar Clark Shooting: 4 Things To KnowThe fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a Minneapolis police officer has prompted unrest in the city as the community demands answers, while authorities say they can't provide additional details because of the ongoing investigation.
Gov. Dayton Leads Discussion On St. Cloud Race RelationsPeople gathered in St. Cloud Tuesday to have an honest conversation about race. About 150 people -- including Gov. Mark Dayton, the mayor of St. Cloud and the city's police chief -- were on hand at the Great River Regional Library to help lead the conversation.
Mpls. NAACP Calls For Investigation Of Force Used In Light Rail ArrestThe Minneapolis NAACP is calling for changes to law enforcement practices following the arrest of a black man on the light rail last Wednesday. Video surfaced of 21-year-old Draon Armstrong being slammed to the ground during his arrest on the Green Line at Target Field Station on July 8.
MPD Chief Opens Probe Into Alleged Cop Violence Against Boy, 10Minneapolis Chief of Police Janee Harteau said she launched an investigation after allegations that police went too far, even potentially harming a young boy, while monitoring a rally outside city hall Wednesday evening.
Minnesotan To Meet: Mpls. NAACP President Nekima Levy-PoundsProfessor Nekima Levy-Pounds is powerful voice for civil rights. She was just named the new President of the NAACP and she played a big role in the recent Black Lives Matter rallies. Now, she's trying to overcome her critics who think she's too focused on police brutality issues.
Friends, Family Remember Man Killed By SPPDSt. Paul Police are releasing more information about the officer-involved shooting Wednesday that took the life of 24-year old Marcus Golden. Police were responding to a woman's complaint about getting death threats in text messages from Marcus when they say he drove at them. Marcus was shot and killed.
Man Shot, Killed By Police Had Violent Criminal HistoryThe man who was shot and killed by St. Paul Police has been identified as Marcus Golden. St. Paul Police say a man drove his vehicle at officers in the parking lot on University Avenue East.
NAACP Calls For Independent Investigation Into Officer-Involved ShootingThe NAACP in St. Paul says it will ask for an independent investigation into the Wednesday morning shooting death of a young man. Police say they were responding to a report that a man was texting death threats to a woman.