Peter Cox

Reporter
Minnesota Public Radio

Peter Cox Feature Archive

Booking photo of Al Flowers
A longtime critic of the Minneapolis Police Department says officers came to his house to arrest a family member and ended up beating him up. (07/28/2014)
Andrew Billingsley, Jr. of Minneapolis was shot at a gas station parking lot at Penn Avenue North and North 26th Avenue just before 7 p.m. Thursday. (07/27/2014)
Israel supporters
The Israelis are "defending themselves against Hamas' terrorism," he told the Community Gathering for Israel, an event put on by the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas. (07/25/2014)
"The late Saado Ali was well-known back home. She was a legend. This woman spoke about injustice, corruption, law of government. She was a brave human being," said Jabril Afyare, president of the Somali Citizens League in Minneapolis. (07/24/2014)
Mark Zup, owner of Zup's Fishing Resort and Canoe Outfitters on Lac La Croix Lake got a call around 3 a.m. Tuesday that two campers had been hit by downed trees in the BWCA. At first light, he jumped in a boat. (07/23/2014)
McNamara helped raise funds for major athletic buildings like TCF Bank Stadium and supported the University's academics. (07/21/2014)
As the water recedes, some residents are asking why it took weeks to get the barriers and pumps in place. Others wonder about the scale of development around Prior Lake given the flooding. (07/18/2014)
The new transit hub is part of a 22.5-acre, $15 million project on the former Heritage Square site. (07/17/2014)
he game ends the nearly week long celebration of baseball. And officials with the city of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Twins say there will be lasting impact from the game for years to come. (07/16/2014)
Major League Baseball has appointed former outfielder Billy Bean, who came out as gay after his playing career, to serve as a consultant in guiding the sport toward greater inclusion and equality. (07/15/2014)
Though the rules changed this year to showcase more players and speed up at-bats, the point of the derby remained the same: To win, a player had to hit the most home runs. (07/15/2014)
One man is dead and another injured after they were stabbed in a North Minneapolis residence overnight. (07/13/2014)
Hundreds of merchants from all over the country are preparing to sell to thousands of visitors over the five day FanFest, the merchandising arm of the All-Star Game Week. (07/11/2014)
A Minneapolis city council panel also proposes an easing of some regulations for taxi companies. (07/08/2014)
Brooklyn Center Police Cmdr. Brian Peters said the family member attempted to move an SUV to make room around a barbecue grill (07/08/2014)