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City allowed unlicensed 'rooming house' to continue operating for years despite warnings, orders

Big Lake's new police chief on leave, under internal investigation

Recruiting Realities: Police staffing crisis not the same in every city, data shows

State Patrol pushes back on trooper who described massive 'purge'

Hidden History: Federal investigation generates new interest in Minnesota's American Indian boarding schools

Prosecuting the Police: Conflicts, optics and pressure put AG in the spotlight

Longtime prosecutor who gave up Kim Potter case: 'It broke my heart'

Lawmakers, transparency advocates question Minnesota State Patrol 'purge'

State Patrol engaged in massive 'purge' of emails and texts immediately after George Floyd protests, court records show

Minneapolis City Council can’t ban MPD's use of less-lethal weapons

Minnesota's biggest school districts don't know how many teachers are vaccinated

A Pattern of Abuse: Investigation reveals warning signs long before 8-year-old's murder

As lawsuits stack up, records show police fired at least 4,000 rubber bullets during riots

Former state trooper receives probation for sending nude photos of woman to his phone

Policing the Blue: Minneapolis Police can expect long, drawn-out federal investigation, reforms

Emails show Metro Transit downplayed safety issue described as 'horizontal guillotine'

Policing the Blue: Resistance to change from officers could follow DOJ investigation of Minneapolis Police

Policing the Blue: Interactions between community and officers crucial to DOJ investigation of Minneapolis Police

Long-awaited changes coming to Minnesota's controversial forfeiture law

Expert who enhanced recording of Terrance Franklin shooting: 'I knew we had something purposeful'

'We have to be honest about what we're seeing': Transit leaders, riders react to light rail safety investigation

Policing the Blue: DOJ investigation of MPD could lead to years of oversight

Lawmakers push for statewide body camera policies after 5 INVESTIGATES found police officers turning off cameras