The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Minnesota this November says law enforcement is under attack.
The Minneapolis Charter Commission is expected to vote Wednesday on a proposal to disband the city’s police department.
A new poll found that a majority of Minneapolis residents support a 2020 charter change that would create a Community Safety and Violence Prevention Department, officials announced Monday.
The Minneapolis City Council made a series of budget-cutting moves Friday, though the most controversial vote will save the city no money at all.
A Minneapolis police union official claimed she heard Gov. Tim Walz order a police precinct abandoned at the height of the May rioting, then appeared to backtrack after the governor's office said the statement was false.
As the Minneapolis City Council considers defunding the police department, city negotiators are asking the police union to accept scheduling changes and furloughs in their expired labor contract.
New data presented by a workgroup trying to change the way police respond to calls in Minneapolis shows mental health calls cost the city an estimated $467,000 per year.
Discussion grew heated at times as it relates to potential changes to the Minneapolis Police Department during a Charter Commission meeting Wednesday night.
Since the death of George Floyd, the Minneapolis City Council vowed to dismantle the Minneapolis Police Department. Now, a work group will help decide whether that question should be put to voters.
The City of Minneapolis is inviting the public to voice their opinions on a proposed charter amendment that would establish a new Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention. The amendment would also remove the police department as a charter department.
Two bars in Minneapolis will once again close their doors citing ongoing violence in Minneapolis, the owners announced on Saturday.
Two protests faced off on Saturday outside the Minnesota Governor's Residence in St. Paul, as Minnesota considers the future of policing.
The City of Minneapolis is spending $4,500 a day for private security for three council members who have received threats following the police killing of George Floyd, FOX 9 has learned.
The Minneapolis City Council on Friday unanimously approved a proposed amendment would remove requirements for the city to maintain a police department from the city’s charter. The 12-0 vote is step toward putting the issue in front of Minneapolis voters on the November ballot.
A new proposed amendment would remove requirements for the city to maintain a police department from the Minneapolis city charter while adding a new division for "law enforcement services" with licensed officers.
Two and a half weeks ago, nine members of the Minneapolis City Council stood up on a stage in Powderhorn Park and called for the disbanding of the Minneapolis Police Department. Now, those calls are under intense scrutiny as the city deals with an outbreak of violence.
More shootings and an uptick in violence across Minneapolis has neighborhoods looking for answers.
A campaign calling for the defunding and disbanding of the Minneapolis Police Department has raised more than $30 million. Now, they're trying to figure out the best way to make a difference with all of that money.
A longtime civil rights activist called an emergency meeting inviting every member of the Minneapolis City Council, but only one showed up.
All 12 members of the Minneapolis City Council co-authored and introduced a resolution Friday “declaring the intent to create a transformative new model for cultivating safety” in the city.