After Buffalo shooting, police chiefs call for added ‘discretion’ on gun permits

The Lost Souls: More Minnesotans are falling into criminal justice system 'gap' than ever before

5 INVESTIGATES: Federal COVID-19 aid used to buy riot gear, 'civil unrest equipment'

Threat from Within: Current and former federal officials in Minnesota see unprecedented surge in extremism

'It's not safe': Transit workers say crime still top concern despite pandemic, fewer riders

Civil forfeiture reform bill moves forward in Minnesota House

As civil forfeiture faces statewide reform, some departments are making changes now

Donations from university regents to lobbying group under increasing scrutiny

Bus drivers using duct tape to secure dangerous panels that Metro Transit hasn’t fixed

Months after 'historic' police reforms, few want job of police arbitrator

COVID-19 relief money for city's golf course clubhouse project could now go to 'payroll costs'

From riots to COVID-19, record-setting year marks dramatic shift in role of National Guard

'Operation Safety Net': National Guard could be deployed indefinitely while officers in Floyd case stand trial

AG did not fully disclose campaign contributions from firm tapped to lead fight against JUUL

City gets public backlash for spending federal COVID relief money on golf course clubhouse

State health officials turn to vaccine 'ethics guide' it created decade ago to decide who gets first COVID-19 shots

Worthington settles excessive force lawsuit for nearly $600,000

'Still Unprotected': 1 year after deadly fire, public housing high-rises are without fire sprinklers

DEA: ‘Garage manufacturers’ flooding underground drug market with fake pills

A Mother’s Plea: Death of 8-year-old exposes 'system failure' and need for change, advocates say

Isanti settles excessive force case for nearly $250,000

DEA: Dangerous amounts of addictive narcotics flooded streets following pharmacy looting this summer

State of Resignation: How Minnesota 'cleans the record' for once-fired employees