Kim Potter guilty of manslaughter for killing Daunte Wright
The jury found her guilty on first- and second-degree charges.
'It just went chaotic': Kim Potter takes the stand in her trial
She's charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
Brooklyn Center approves $1.3M public safety budget, including policing reforms
The city will use some money from the police department for the new programs.
Brooklyn Center increases communication ahead of Potter's trial
The former officer is charged in the death of Daunte Wright. Her trial begins Tuesday with jury selection.
AG's office adds 1st-degree manslaughter charge against Kim Potter
She faces criminal charges in the shooting death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.
Mpls. council member releases privileged memo on 'less lethal' weapons
It says quite directly that the city council doesn't have the authority to restrict their use.
MPD, city attorney to reduce enforcement of select low-level traffic violations
The new policy applies only in specific situations, and is meant to address racial disparities.
Trial of former police officer Kim Potter will not be live streamed
Potter is charged in the April Killing of 20-year-old Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center.
Prosecutor originally handed Kimberly Potter case resigns
He said "vitriol" and "partisan politics" were to blame.
AG Ellison's office to lead prosecution against officer charged in Daunte Wright's death
Activists and Wright's family had requested Ellison's office handle the prosecution.
Trial of former police officer Kimberly Potter starts Dec. 6
Potter is charged in the shooting death of Daunte Wright.
Brooklyn Center City Council votes to create department for noncriminal calls
The resolution is named after Daunte Wright and Kobe Dimock-Heisler, who were both killed by police in Brooklyn Center.
DOC worker filmed yelling at protesters has been fired
Sgt. Paul Gorder was captured on video yelling at protesters in April.
House and Senate discuss police bills, reform provisions as end of session nears
The legislative session ends May 17.
Brooklyn Center mayor proposes policing reform, including unarmed traffic enforcement
The resolution includes sweeping changes to policing in the wake of Daunte Wright's death.
Nearly two dozen COVID cases traced to Daunte Wright protests
State health officials made the announcement Thursday.
Hennepin Co. board votes against motion condemning use of tear gas, rubber bullets on protesters
Commissioners cited recent events in Brooklyn Center.
Woman yelling racial slur at Stillwater protesters fired from salon job
Her husband, a longtime corrections worker, has been placed on investigatory leave.
Corrections employee on leave following video of woman yelling racial slur at protesters
The man in the video is a longtime Minnesota Department of Corrections employee.
Daunte Wright's girlfriend has broken jaw after fatal traffic stop
Her mother claims police involvement, but this has been denied by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Mourners remember Daunte Wright, plead for justice
Wright was killed by a now-former Brooklyn Center police officer on April 11.
MN House passes omnibus public safety bill with police reform measures
The Senate previously passed its omnibus public safety bill without police accountability legislation.
Walz: Demobilization of troops, police to happen 'as quickly as possible'
It's unclear just when troops and police will pull out of the Twin Cities.
Walz declares emergency in Twin Cities, bringing in police from Ohio and Nebraska
The governor has asked the Legislature for emergency funding for the additional police.