Brandon Stahl | Star Tribune
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Brandon Stahl covers Hennepin County courts, reporting on criminal justice, civil lawsuits, juvenile and family law. He previously worked as the investigations editor at the Duluth News Tribune, where his stories on physician malpractice and medical errors, drug abuse, tax dollar waste, sex offenders and police misconduct have won numerous state and national journalism awards.


Minnesota Supreme Court again suspends attorney Randall Tigue

Randall Tigue, who is best known for his adult entertainment clients, must wait two years before he can be reinstated.


BCA gets warrant to examine phones of police in Damond shooting

Search prompted by the Hennepin County attorney's office


Jury acquits after video shows cops kicking man at Vikings game

The man was charged with trying to disarm a peace officer. But security video shows that as the officers walked him through a corridor they took him to the ground, then tased, kicked and punched him.


Federal jury clears Minneapolis cop in civil lawsuit

Two protesters sued officer Kenneth Tidgwell, accusing him of excessive force


Survivors of 2014 explosion in Cedar-Riverside neighborhood file lawsuit

The cause for the Minneapolis blast still is undetermined, but victims blame CenterPoint and the building owner.


Fatal stabbing puts safety at downtown Mpls. parking ramps in the spotlight

Before the killing of Mai Yer Cha, parking areas near Target Field had seen a spike in violence.


BCA gets warrant for officers' training records in Damond shooting

Investigation into Justine Damond shooting continues.


Blair Charnley, journalist and adventurer who asked 'Why not?', dies at 73

He pioneered a group of Minneapolis journalists who sailed down the Mississippi and into the Atlantic Ocean in their home-built boat.


Will officer Noor ever have to give a statement on Justine Damond shooting?

He may have to talk with police internal affairs, but that information couldn't be used in a criminal case.


Trial date scheduled for ex-Minneapolis cop accused of kicking man in face

Christopher Reiter wants trial moved due to video leaking.