Duluth woman pleads not guilty in Lake Superior dismemberment case; investigation ongoing
With forensic test results awaited, and new charges filed in Wisconsin, a judge gave the parties until April to determine next steps in the court process.
A court is expected to hear testimony in April on the death of Clyde "Jody" Atwood, as defendant Joel Ammesmaki seeks dismissal of a manslaughter charge.
Commissioners voted to extend the county building mask policy and have the policy be reviewed in April.
Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane are charged with violating Floyd's civil rights during his arrest on a road outside a Minneapolis grocery store in May 2020, video of which sparked street protests against racism and police brutality around the world.
Shand was granted the release at a pretrial and detention hearing on the afternoon of Monday, Jan. 24, by Magistrate Judge Hildy Bowbeer, of the U.S. District Court of Minnesota.
Test results show source of deadly gas that killed Minnesota family of 7
The case of the Hernandez-Pinto family's deaths is now closed, according to Moorhead police.
The DFL proposal’s emphasis on a “community-centered” response to violence that includes proposed funding for restorative justice and social service centers stands in contrast to Republican public safety proposals for this session, which include harsher sentences for certain offenses.
Along with increased fees, the report recommends that there should be 40 to 50 license exam stations statewide. That would be a decrease from the 93 locations the state plans to have back in operation this month following COVID-19 closures.
By the 2023-2024 school year, school officials want to start transitioning the entire elementary to an outdoor, play-and-inquiry-based, environment-focused school.
The court will consider what test courts should use to determine what constitutes "waters of the United States" under the landmark 1972 Clean Water Act, the answer to which determines whether the property is subject to oversight.
The three are charged with violating Floyd's civil rights during the arrest of the handcuffed Black man on a road outside a Minneapolis grocery store in May 2020, video of which sparked street protests against racism and police brutality around the world.
Britain said it was withdrawing some staff and dependents from its embassy in Ukraine in response to "a growing threat from Russia," a day after the United States said it was ordering diplomats' family members to leave.
The FBI alleges in search warrant affidavits that Feeding Our Future, the state’s largest independent sponsor of federal food programs, submitted false reimbursement records and conspired with business owners who stole and laundered funds as part of a “massive fraud” involving shell companies, kickbacks and dozens of bank accounts.