The Associated Press
Mankato Officials Won’t Discipline Officers for Take-Down
Officials in Mankato have decided not to discipline two police officers accused of using excessive force when they took a college student to the ground outside his apartment six years ago.
Minneapolis Police Review Force Used in Homeless Camp Clash
The Minneapolis police department is reviewing use of force by its officers after their attempt to clear out a homeless encampment led to a violent clash between officers and civilians who tried to stop them.
Data: Minnesota Tops in the Nation in Fewest COVID-19 Hospitalizations
New national data shows how large the differences have been across the United States in coronavirus hospitalizations.
Minnesota Sees Record Spike in Gun Purchases Amid Virus
Gun advocates say Minnesotans bought thousands of self-defense firearms last month in response to potential civil unrest that could be spurred by the global coronavirus pandemic.