Republican National Convention
A second activist will begin the process of suing the city of St. Paul over police action during the RNC, but taxpayers won't pay any of the legal fees or losses stemming from the suits.
St. Paul's formal review of security actions during the Republican National Convention will focus on interactions between police officers and the community.
Two Texas men indicted on charges of trying to disrupt the Republican National Convention with homemade explosives pleaded not guilty today.
The St. Paul City Council will hear today from two high profile attorneys who are leading a review of police actions during the RNC.
The RNC ended three weeks ago, and tensions are still running high in St. Paul. More than 150 people packed the City Council chambers last night for a community hearing.
Two Texas men accused of planning to disrupt
the Republican National Convention have been indicted on weapons
charges by a federal grand jury.
The public is invited to weigh in on the impacts of the Republican National Convention this evening before members of the St. Paul City Council.
The city attorney won't pursue misdemeanor charges against journalists who were arrested during the Republican National Convention protests.
St. Paul business owners vented about their experiences during the Republican National Convention this morning. But local businesses also offered their thoughts on what went right -- and what city officials could do better if a convention this size ever returns to St. Paul.
The Minneapolis police department will put together a report about events during the Republican National Convention, but council members will not be able to influence the content of the evaluation.
Now that the Republican National Convention is over, crews at the Xcel Energy Center are laying down a new sheet of ice for the upcoming pro hockey season.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan says Matthew Bradley DePalma of Flint, Mich., will remain in custody. DePalma is charged with one count of possessing unregistered firearms -- specifically Molotov cocktails.
It could take months for the cases of people arrested during the Republican National Convention to work their way through the courts.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak says the convention was a success overall, but he says there are several matters that deserve a closer look. The Minneapolis City Council is also pushing for reviews.
A company helping police prepare for the convention went to the shop to copy training documents. Those documents later turned up on
the Web site of an anarchist group that promised to "crash the convention."