Vitals App Helps Police Approach People In CrisisA Minneapolis start-up is using its technology to help people when they come face to face with law enforcement across the country.
Black Law Enforcement Leaders Discuss Minnesota PolicingThe death of George Floyd continues to spark conversation about the future of policing.
After His First Week At Home, Wife Of Waseca Officer Arik Matson Thanks Community For SupportOfficer Arik Matson, the Waseca officer who was shot in the head in the line of duty, has been back home for one week.
Families Seek New Investigations Into Old Police Killings In George Floyd's WakeRacial injustice activists elsewhere, dismayed by a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge any officers in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, 26, are pressing authorities to give other cases a second look.
Standoff In Bloomington As Police Work To Arrest Someone On WarrantOn Friday afternoon, Bloomington police asked people to stay out of the area near Old Shakopee Road West and Brunswick Avenue South, as they were responding to a situation.
Some South Minneapolis Residents Concerned By Understaffing At 5th Police PrecinctPeople living in southwest Minneapolis are expressing concerns about safety in their neighborhood.
Kenosha Police Union Gives Detailed Perspective Of Jacob Blake ShootingThe Kenosha police union on Friday offered the most detailed accounting to date on officers' perspective of the moments leading up to police shooting Jacob Blake seven times in the back.
Attorney: Jacob Blake No Longer Restrained To Hospital BedJacob Blake is no longer shackled to his hospital bed, as he had been following a police shooting in southeastern Wisconsin that left him paralyzed, his attorneys said Friday.
City Council Person Phillipe Cunningham Pushes For Comprehensive Approach To Public SafetyWard 4 City Council person Phillipe Cunningham says he is pushing for a public health approach to public safety.
Overnight Crime In Minneapolis Continues, With One Homicide And Two ShootingsOn Friday night into Saturday morning, three shootings took place in Minneapolis, one of which left a man dead.
'Crime Is Out Of Control': Minneapolis Officials Address Uptick In ViolenceThe number of people killed in Minneapolis is up 95% from this time last summer. 39 victims have lost their lives since the beginning of the year.
‘Is This Really What You Want To Be Doing?’ Police Morale, Recruitment Low In Wake Of George Floyd's DeathGeorge Floyd's killing had an immediate impact on recruitment at police departments, at a time when hiring new officers in Minnesota was already near a 25-year low.
Minneapolis Council Members Pledge Thoughtful Police RevampMembers of the Minneapolis City Council are pledging a thoughtful approach to their proposal to dismantle the city's police department following the killing of George Floyd.
'We Don't Want To Put Our Neighbors At Risk': Powderhorn Residents Rethink Calling The PoliceThe neighborhood has put together a master list of resources in the community that can be used as alternatives to dialing 911.
Duluth Police Change Use Of Force Policy, Emphasize De-EscalationA call for change is becoming a reality in Duluth.