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In conjunction with May Day protests happening across the country, Occupy Minneapolis and local labor groups are expected to turn out in the hundreds tomorrow in Loring Park and other parts of the city during a day-long protest.
The national "Day Without the 99 Percent" movement is encouraging peop ... More >>
In a statement released late this morning, Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan announced that as of 2013, he will no longer serve as the city's top cop
"I have given notice to Mayor R.T. Rybak that I will not be seeking a third term when my current term as Chief expires in January of next year," he ... More >>
Chad Nelson, the photojournalist who was man-handled by a Minneapolis police officer while filming for KSTP Saturday night, has decided to file a criminal complaint.
That's according to his news director Lindsay Radford, who was in a meeting with him this morning. It's still not certain who the off ... More >>
The Occupy movement staged a re-occupation on Saturday, and the TV media
showed up to cover the news event. Little did KSTP cameraman Chad Nelson know that
he would be assaulted by a cop, who totally thrashes his expensive video
camera.The entire event was caught on tape by Rogue Media and dutifu ... More >>
During a "Re-Occupy" Minneapolis demonstration on Saturday night, protesters learned from police they would not be allowed to erect tents in Peavey Plaza. After they marched in the street in protest, 12 people were arrested on Nicollet Mall for public nuisance and impeding traffic.
KSTP cameraman C ... More >>
Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan has responded to a video showing one of his officers pushing a news camera off the shoulder of photographer Chad Nelson on Saturday night.
"From my preliminary review of the video regarding Mr. Nelson, the officer's interference does not appear to be necessary," h ... More >>