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Psychologist at Minnesota sex offender program charged with sexually assaulting two clients

Minn. Sex Offender Program psychologist assaulted two male clients, charges say.


Twin Cities man gets nearly 19-year term for fatally stabbing another man outside victim's Chisago County home

His girlfriend was also sentenced to prison for her role in the killing.


More serious charges filed against SUV driver who fired at 2 Guard members in north Minneapolis

Neither the state nor the federal charging documents offer a possible motive for the shooting.


IDs released of 2 men killed in fiery high-speed crash in Lowry Hill tunnel

A third occupant of the car was badly injured.


Derek Chauvin segregated from other inmates in state's 'most secure unit'

The fired Minneapolis police officer is under a form of solitary confinement called "administrative segregation" for his own safety, a corrections spokeswoman said.


Authorities ID 19-year-old man shot to death in north Minneapolis home

No arrests have been announced.


Chauvin guilty on all counts in case that transfixed world

A sheriff's deputy led former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin away in handcuffs Tuesday after jurors convicted him of murdering George Floyd.


Derek Chauvin cuffed after murder, manslaughter convictions in death of George Floyd

A masked Derek Chauvin showed no visible emotion as Judge Peter Cahill read the verdict on each count. Cahill said sentencing would be in roughly eight weeks.


A day-by-day recap of the Derek Chauvin murder trial

After nearly three weeks of testimony, the defense rested its case Thursday in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Here's a look back at each day's testimony.


What happened Tuesday in the Derek Chauvin trial

Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the killing of George Floyd.