The cost of that overtime comes out to $43,500. The police department has also taken officers from other precincts, special operations division and strategic information center away from their daily duties to focus on protest duties.
Patrick Beverley returns but Jazz rout Timberwolves
The Jazz avenged last season's 0-3 record with a blowout victory.
Winter storm watch expands north, includes parts of Twin Cities
Everyone in southern Minnesota will want to keep an eye on forecast changes.
5-year-old boy fatally shot on Thanksgiving identified
Police said a few juveniles at the home were making a social media video when the gun went off.
Pig Ate My Pizza will close at the end of the year.
Its leaders plan to relaunch and "get back to the humble beginnings of Travail."
Allina parts ways with 53 of 27,000 employees over vaccine mandate
That's about 0.2% of the health care system's workforce.
Matthew Coller: How will Vikings fans react on Thursday night?
Will years of disappointment be revealed if the Vikings struggle against the Steelers?
Health officials encourage getting vaccinated and tested before the holidays
The state has launched a "Celebrate Safely, Minnesota" campaign to make it easier to get tested and vaccinated.
Charges: Parking dispute, scuffle preceded fatal stabbing
The suspect said he was upset about neighbors and their friends regularly parking on his property.
Hennepin Co. Sheriff injured in rollover, admits to drinking beforehand
The sheriff, in a statement, called it an "inexcusable decision."
COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in MN dominated by unvaccinated
The latest figures from October show a disproportionate number of deaths among the unvaccinated.
Police arrest two OccupyMN protesters over the weekend in Minneapolis
Two activists are charged with burglary, trespassing and obstruction of justice charges. The TC Daily Planet reports they were part of the ongoing Occupy Minnesota protest that moved to a foreclosed home in Minneapolis.
OccupyMN protesters occupy foreclosed home
The TC Daily Planet is reporting some demonstrators connected to the OccupyMN movement have occupied a foreclosed home in north Minneapolis to keep the residents from being evicted. The protesters say they intend to stay in the home and in tents on the property until U.S. Bank agrees to renegotiate the mortgage. They say they will resist if authorities try to forcefully evict the residents.
Occupy Duluth protesters say they'll comply with police orders but will maintain a presence
A police order effective Sunday night forbids protesters from spending the night at Duluth's Civic Center Plaza. Leaders of the Occupy Duluth movement say the group will abide by it, but hinted some individuals may challenge it on their own. The group says it will maintain some presence in Duluth through the winter.
Anoka-Hennepin teachers save thousands of dollars by creating custom, online textbook
The district was due to replace its high school math textbooks this year when some teachers stepped forward with a better idea. They proposed developing their own online textbook.
St. Paul fire department to cut rescue squad, overtime
St. Paul's fire department will cut one rescue squad next year -- leaving only two specialized groups to perform search-and-rescue and hazmat tasks. The Pioneer Press reports the department will also cut all overtime pay in order to close the gap.
Law enforcement agencies prepare for Wall Street-like protest in Minneapolis
The demonstration is expected to be similar to the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York -- which calls for the end of corporate greed. Organizers of the protest say they're planning for a long-term occupation of Government Plaza in front of the Hennepin County Government Center.
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