Earlier today we told you about the explosive allegation made by a new video report -- that state patrol officers and county deputies have been giving drugs to young people hanging out near Peavey Plaza as part of an impairment study.Early this afternoon, City Pages spoke with Eric Roeske, State Pa ... More >>
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating the death.A man yet to be identified is dead after lying down on I-694 this afternoon, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Around 12:30, a car pulled over to the side of the road heading westbound near McKnight Road. The driver stepped out of the ... More >>
MN State PatrolThis hole is where the deer's head crashed through the windshield.The Minnesota State Patrol is trying to warn drivers about highway safety. In order to hammer home their point, they've released a pretty frightening video of a state trooper crashing into a deer.Or, rather, the othe ... More >>
"Group handcuffing."Derryl Jenkins ended up beaten and bloodied after a traffic stop in North Minneapolis almost two years ago because of bad police training, police Chief Tim Dolan now says.
The episode cost the City of Minneapolis $235,000, after Jenkins settled a police brutality lawsuit ... More >>
Mark Dayton scores another law-and-order win.The 900-member strong Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis is moving from the red to the blue column, announcing today that it was endorsing Democrat Mark Dayton for governor.
Dolan ordered to comply with a statute or argue in courtHennepin County Judge Susan N. Burke ordered Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan to either start listening to the Civilian Review Authority's recommendations to discipline officers or explain himself in court next month.
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When 42-year-old Derryl Jenkins was pulled over in February, the altercation that followed left him at the hospital with a bloodied and bruised faced. Jenkins said he was a victim of police brutality and now he has a squad video that shows it.
Minneapolis Police Chief Tim Dolan responded to allegations that made a lot of news last week after the family of a police shooting victim says the gun at the scene was planted by officers to justify the death.
A trail of audits and an internal investigation suggest there may have been millions of dollars worth of loss and theft at the bus company over the years. Dick Lindgren says he found out the hard way that his bosses didn't want to know.