Minneapolis employs a network of microphones to detect gunfire in the city. Here’s what we know from that data.
According to the Wisconsin constitution, the governor has the legal ability to pardon a prisoner. But there is zero chance of that happening. Here’s why.
From racial disparities to the skyrocketing of meth use, criminal justice issues loomed large in Minnesota.
From 2007 to 2014, the percentage of Minnesotans who say they don’t believe in God jumped from 3 to 9.
Minneapolis has seen the highest number of murders since 2006; St. Paul has stayed more stable.
Native Americans and blacks were cited by Metro Transit police at rates five times higher than white riders.
Many of those protesting the shooting of 24-year-old Jamar Clark by Minneapolis Police say grand juries have proven ineffective in holding cops accountable.
Every year, roughly 40,000 people die in Minnesota. For some, it’s weeks or months before anyone finds their bodies. Meet the crew who comes in to clean up the mess.
In the coming year, legislators will be forced to come to terms with the state’s rising inmate population. Here’s how they’re likely to address the issue.
Sorting out the latest information about the shooting of five protesters in the aftermath of Clark’s death.
After the shooting of five protesters, protesters called the incident a “hate crime.” Here’s what the data tell us about these types of crimes in Minnesota.
Police officials have taken issue with the app, saying its “witness function” could do more harm than good by drawing crowds and possibly escalating situations.
Minnesota is home to 366, 990 veterans. In honor of the national holiday, here’s what Census data tell us about them.
The new law — creating five-year mandatory-minimum sentence for violent repeat offenders caught possessing ammunition — could create the need for as many as 114 more beds by 2019.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg calls connectivity a basic human right. Yet the number of Minnesotans who don’t have it may surprise you.
A 2001 law creating a felony-level offense for DWI had the biggest impact, according to data released Wednesday by the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission.