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Who will decide what happens to 38th and Chicago?

As pressure mounts to re-open the intersection where George Floyd was killed, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and City Council members can’t agree on who’s...

Minneapolis Police Federation President Bob Kroll to retire this month

Minneapolis Police Federation President Lt. Bob Kroll will retire at the end of this month after 32 years on the force, according to a...

Volunteers who help manage George Floyd Square work with the Bloods...

Since George Floyd’s death under the knee of Derek Chauvin, a group of volunteers called “Meet on the Street” gather twice daily. They work...

Minneapolis police chief disciplines officer for speaking out about ‘toxic culture’

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo formally reprimanded a female officer who spoke to a journalist anonymously about the department’s “toxic culture” following the killing...

Minneapolis police release body camera footage of fatal shooting

The Minneapolis Police Department on Thursday shared a 28-second clip of a fatal police shooting from the night before that shows officers shooting into...

The year in 2020: Bad cops, housing crises and a butter...

I’ve been incredibly fortunate to help launch this new publication in a year that’s been catastrophic in so many ways, including for journalism. The...

Minneapolis city attorneys will be ’embedded’ in police misconduct investigations

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced on Tuesday that city attorneys will soon be “embedded” in police misconduct investigations, which...

How COVID-19 hollowed out a generation of young Black men

The Rev. Dr. Kejuane Artez Bates was a big man with big responsibilities. The arrival of the novel coronavirus in Vidalia, Louisiana, was another...

Six months after court order, Minneapolis has yet to publish any...

Following the police killing of George Floyd, the city of Minneapolis entered into an agreement with the state’s Department of Human Rights to reduce...

Ex-Minneapolis cop had history of kicking people in the face

Newly released disciplinary records detail five instances of excessive force by ex-police officer Blayne Lehner, whose misconduct was outlined in a Reformer investigation of...
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