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Minneapolis Police Arrest 17-Year-Old Homicide Suspect

Minneapolis police say they have arrested a 17-year-old who is suspected of fatally shooting a woman in Minneapolis.

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Officer Shot, Wounded During Minneapolis Burglary Call

A Minneapolis police officer was shot and wounded while responding to a burglary call.

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Police Officer Shoots At Shoplifters’ Vehicle In Minneapolis

Minneapolis police say an officer opened fire after he was hit by a vehicle occupied by shoplifting suspects outside a grocery store.

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Kansas Man Pleads Guilty In 1980 Stabbing Death

A cold case revived by Minneapolis police with newly discovered DNA evidence has resulted in a guilty plea to a 1980 murder.

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Ex-Minneosta Cop Gets Year For Sending Nude Photos

A former Minneapolis police officer has been sentenced to a year in the Hennepin County workhouse for sending nude photographs of himself to two teenage girls.

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Minneapolis Police Facing 61 Lawsuits Alleging Brutality

The Minneapolis Police department is currently facing 61 lawsuits alleging that officers used excessive force that led to injuries.

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Man Shot At Downtown Minneapolis Strip Club

Minneapolis police are investigating a shooting at a downtown strip club. Sgt. William Palmer says the shooting happened around 2 a.m. Sunday at Augie's Bourbon Street Cabaret.

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Harteau Sworn In As Minneapolis Police Chief

Minneapolis has sworn in Janee Harteau (juh-NAY' HAR'-toh) as the city's new police chief.

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Police to Issue Timeline on Minneapolis Shootings

Police plan to release a timeline Monday showing what happened when a fired employee went on a shooting rampage at a Minneapolis company.

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Minneapolis Fights Award In Fatal Police Shooting

The City of Minneapolis is challenging a jury's $1.8 million award to the family of a man fatally shot by police in 2006. Attorneys for the city and the family of Dominic Felder are scheduled to meet in federal court Friday. The city argues the civil award is "grossly excessive" and that a new trial should be ordered - or the award reduced to $105,300 or less.

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