BCA Has Interviewed Officers Involved In Jamar Clark ShootingThe Minneapolis Police officers who tried to arrest and ultimately shot Jamar Clark have been interviewed by state investigators. The head of the Minneapolis Police Federation said the interviews wrapped up late Tuesday night.
Harteau: 2 Minneapolis Squad Cars Damaged In Shooting ProtestsMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said at least two squad cars were damaged Sunday night and one arrest was made Monday in the protests following the officer-involved shooting of Jamar Clark.
Black Lives Matter Demands Names Of Officers In Weekend ShootingBlack Lives Matter Minneapolis has announced it will hold a press conference at the Minneapolis 4th Precinct on behalf of protesters who want answers in the officer-involved shooting of a young man Sunday.
Gov. Dayton: Planned Protest Outside Fair 'Inappropriate'Gov. Mark Dayton says the group Black Lives Matter has raised valid concerns about vending opportunities at the Minnesota State Fair. But, Dayton says the group's planned protest outside the fairgrounds is "inappropriate."
St. Cloud Protesters Say Speaker Made Negative Comments About Somali RefugeesAccusations of racism are dividing one Minnesota community. A group protested in St. Cloud Saturday after a speaker allegedly talked about the effects of Somali immigrants moving to the city.
In Madison, Police Protests Stay PeacefulWhen a white police officer killed an unarmed biracial teen in Wisconsin's capital city, the shooting quickly heightened tensions and stirred up protests.
Black Lives Matter Plans More Events For FridayAn estimated 1,500 protesters took to the streets of downtown Minneapolis Wednesday night in solidarity of the city of Baltimore. Officials with Black Lives Matter Minneapolis released a statement Thursday, thanking those who came out to support Freddie Gray and the city of Baltimore.
4 Things To Know: Baltimore Protests Go National, NFL Draft & MoreFrom nationwide protests spawning from Baltimore to the NFL Draft's arrival, here are the four stories you need to know for Thursday, April 30.
Protests After Unarmed Black Man, 19, Killed By Wis. PoliceA 19-year-old black man died Friday night after being shot by an officer in Madison, authorities said. The man was shot after an altercation with the officer and died at a hospital, Police Chief Mike Koval said.
10 Charged In MOA 'Black Lives Matter' ProtestThe Bloomington City Attorney announced Wednesday that 10 people have been charged in connection with the "Black Lives Matter" protest at the Mall of America on Dec. 20, 2014.
Black Lives Matter Mpls. Urging Action to Prevent ChargesBlack Lives Matter Minneapolis -- the group involved in the Mall of America protest -- has responded to the possibility of charges from Bloomington attorney Sandra Johnson.
'Black Lives Matter' Protest Brings Thousands To MOA; Some Shops Locked DownDespite warnings of arrest, a group protesting the recent deaths of black men by police say they will show up to Mall of America Saturday.
U Of M Medical Students To Take Part In Nationwide 'Die-In'Students from the University of Minnesota Medical School's chapters of Physicians for Human Rights and Student National Medical Association participated in a "die-in" on Wednesday afternoon. The "die-in" is part of nationwide protests against the lack of indictments for police killings in Ferguson, Mo. and New York.
Another Round Of Protests In Mpls. SundaySunday marked another day of protests in Minneapolis. The protesters are joining a nationwide effort to demonstrate against what they consider police brutality. It follows the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, two men who were killed by police officers. In both cases, grand juries reviewed the evidence and did not indict the officers.
Protesters Rally Outside Mpls. Police Station SaturdayTwo days after protesters shut down 35W, they assembled in a quieter way Saturday.