A Minnesota State Patrol trooper was charged with felony stalking for taking a woman’s cell phone and using it to send himself nude photos of her, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
Police are investigating after 11 people were shot early Sunday morning in Uptown Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo released a statement Monday, detailing some of the department's training history in light of the death of George Floyd.
Former Minneapolis police Officer J. Alexander Kueng was released from prison on bail on June 19.
The second of four former officers charged in connection with the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis has been released on bail, jail records show.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo held a news conference Tuesday afternoon to confirm that seven officers have left the department since May 25, the day George Floyd died in police custody.
A 23-year-old Brainerd, Minnesota man is charged with aiding and abetting the arson of Minneapolis’s Third Police Precinct Tuesday after his arrest in Breckenridge, Colorado Sunday.
A 911 dispatcher called a Minneapolis Police sergeant over her concern of the way officers were handling the deadly arrest of George Floyd Memorial Day night, according to newly released data from the Minneapolis Police Department.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is eligible to receive pension benefits during his retirement years even if he's convicted of killing George Floyd, according to the Minnesota agency that represents retired public workers.
A group of 14 Minneapolis police officers penned an open letter Thursday condemning Derek Chauvin, the now fired officer charged with murder in the death of George Floyd, and pledging to embrace change.
A group has made good on its promise to tear down the statue of Christopher Columbus standing on the Minnesota State Capitol grounds.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Wednesday he is withdrawing from contract negotiations on the unfinished contract with the police union and restarting an effort to identify troubled police officers through early warning signs.
A journalist who was blinded in one eye during the Minneapolis riots is suing Minneapolis and Minnesota state officials after she says officers shot her with foam bullets, injuring her and causing her blindness.
Just four days after the death of George Floyd, and the day before former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was arrested, federal and state prosecutors were negotiating a possible plea deal with Chauvin, the FOX 9 Investigators have learned.
Law enforcement has released images and videos of persons of interest in several Minneapolis fires during riots in the city after the death of George Floyd.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin made his first court appearance Monday in the death of George Floyd, where a judge set his bail at $1.25 million with no conditions. Chauvin, a veteran police officer, was seen putting his knee on the back of Floyd’s neck’s as he repeatedly said he could not breathe.
Video showing a deputy puncturing the tires of two cars was part of a strategy to keep automobiles from being used as weapons against protesters or police, according to law enforcement.
Since the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted social life for millions of people around the world, many have been forced to creatively reenact certain “normal” instances in a very abnormal time.
Nine members of the Minneapolis City Council announced their support for de-funding the Minneapolis Police Department and replacing it with a community-based public safety model at a rally in Powderhorn Park Sunday afternoon.
Sunday, nine Minneapolis City Councilmembers joined a call for the city to defund and dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department.