Every once in a while in the rock 'n' roll timeline, a band comes along and blows the lid off the conventional definitions of "loud" and "fast." Most folks remember names like the Ramones, the MC5, and the Stooges but the legendary Tacoma, Washington, garage band the Sonics predated all of them. In ... More >>
The flash-bang grenade caused third-degree burns to Rickia Russell's calf.At around 8:30 p.m., two days after Valentine's last year, Rickia Russell was at her boyfriend's home. It was a week after her birthday, they were settled in for the night with a friend. They drank vodka and dug into a stea ... More >>
A city attorney's report notes that Walter Childs "did not resist arrest or attempt to flee," but that "an injury to his left leg" was "later diagnosed with a vertical fracture through the medial aspect of the lateral tibial plateau."
John Delmonico defends those who serve and protect. Whether they deserve it or not.
In penance for Britney Spears, radio stations will play 11 hours of local tunes
Seven years ago Tony DiIoia was a bright-eyed Minneapolis rookie. Then came the beatings, the lawsuits, and the pink slip.
Minneapolis police say the chase that ended in the deaths of two bystanders on I-94 was by-the-book. Some other cities are throwing out that book.
Minneapolis police are involved in too many dangerous high-speed chases, according to a local civil-rights attorney. He says the city needs to take steps to protect bystanders and do something about its "cowboy" officers.
St. Paul police officers roughed up a quadriplegic man who couldn't obey orders to put his hands in the air. Chief William Finney upheld the man's complaint, but didn't discipline the cops.