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MPD chief a no-show at community forum on police violence

MPD chief a no-show at community forum on police violence

Sep. 27 | Harteau’s absence attributed to ‘public safety’ threats   By Khymyle Mims Contributing Writer This past Thursday night, citizens from across the city gathered at the Sabathani Community Center in South Minneapolis to take part in a “listening...

Youth Coordinating Board lauded for making Downtown Mpls safer

Youth Coordinating Board lauded for making Downtown Mpls safer

Feb. 26 | By Jerry Freeman Senior Editor   Members of the YCB recognized for their work: (l-r) James Everett, Jernell McLane, Byron Hawkins, Johnell Hallman, Terrall Lewis, (front row) Sarah Klouda, Tameika Williams, Evan Barnett, (back row) Wendell Johnson...

The MSR 2013 year in review

The MSR 2013 year in review

Dec. 26 | The local Black press continues to publish stories “from our own lens”   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer This year, 2013, was historic as well as a year-long full of highs and lows: Two MSR reporters were among the national and international...

Family of Terrance Franklin: ‘We will fight’

Family of Terrance Franklin: ‘We will fight’

Oct. 2 | Attorney suspects cover-up of one officer’s ‘anger decision’  By Charles Hallman Staff Writer    Click here for Terrence Franklin autopsy report file   After a grand jury decision to not bring charges against Minneapolis police...

The chief reaches out — Harteau meets with Black officers

The chief reaches out — Harteau meets with Black officers

Aug. 28 |     The last couple of months have been challenging for the administration of Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau. She is showing she can meet challenges and seek solutions. The incidents embarrassing to the department — in Apple Valley,...

County Attorney Freeman on Terrance Franklin case:  ‘It’ll be up to a grand jury’ —  MSR inquires into historical failures to prosecute police for misconduct

County Attorney Freeman on Terrance Franklin case: ‘It’ll be up to a grand jury’ — MSR inquires into historical failures to prosecute police for misconduct

Aug. 14 |             By Charles Hallman Staff Writer     Historically, many local Blacks believe that no matter what evidence is presented, nothing happens to Minneapolis police officers for misconduct against people...

Family suspects police cover-up in Terrance Franklin shooting

Family suspects police cover-up in Terrance Franklin shooting

Jun. 5 |   Uncle says ‘crazed individual’ profiled in media is not his nephew       By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Something happened May 10 after he allegedly was earlier involved in a theft. Exactly what happened in the basement...

Speculation runs wild in Franklin shooting case — Without an ‘official’ report, family and friends remain skeptical

Speculation runs wild in Franklin shooting case — Without an ‘official’ report, family and friends remain skeptical

May. 29 |     By Mel Reeves Contributing Writer   Terrance Franklin, the 22-year-old who on May 10 was shot and killed in the basement of a South Minneapolis home by police after a pursuit, appeared to have been shot five times in the back of...

Twin Cities suffers from de facto discrimination

Twin Cities suffers from de facto discrimination

May. 22 |     In the Twin Cities everywhere there are signs that the colorblind and just society that some have tried to convince themselves exists in liberal Minnesota is simply a fallacy. It’s a fallacy that allows all the well-meaning folks to...

MPD looking for ‘a whole  new breed of officer’

MPD looking for ‘a whole new breed of officer’

May. 1 |     Chief Janee Harteau expects cops to form relationships in the community   By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she wants a “values-driven department,” which includes improving relations...