Photo: Mike DvorakDuy Ngo spoke with City Pages about his ordeal in 2003Minneapolis police Officer Duy Ngo shot and killed himself at his Mendota Heights home on Monday only a few hours before he was due in court to be cross examined in a case about a woman accused of obstructing justice. H ... More >>
Compared to St. Paul, Minneapolis's numbers are way high: $700,000 v. $9.5 million from 2005 until today.
With Rapes on the Rise, There's a Shortage of Resources in the Department Dedicated to Solving Them
The MPD captain tries to outrun his most formidable opponent—his own checkered history on race—in a bid to be Hennepin County sheriff
Is the MPD's hiring process skewed against minority applicants?
Fifteen-year-old Gary Parker was the 26th of Minneapolis's 49 homicides last year—and one of the 54 percent of black male victims whose killings went unsolved.
How did Minneapolis's police chief become belle of the ball in San Antonio?
The May medal: How the MPD managed to embarrass itself and reopen old wounds
When R.T. Rybak brought Bill McManus to town to head the MPD, both men talked big about reforming the troubled department. But when the chief ran into political resistance, some say, the mayor blinked. Now their relationship has hit the skids, and the fut
Critics claim the MPD won't play nicely; Cops say it's a bad beat
In an age of shrinking budgets, the city of Minneapolis is spending more money than ever to settle lawsuits against the MPD
In just eight months, chief Bill McManus has alienated the media, the pols, and the MPD rank and file. He must be doing something right.
This year the murder rate has doubled in north Minneapolis. What's changed? Nothing, really. That's the trouble.
The Duy Ngo case: McManus bets the farm; Will Olson land on the hot seat?
Allina signs on to the Sears complex; McManus takes oath