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    Feb 15

    Mostly cloudy and not as cold 32°Lo 21°
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    Snow or flurries possible 37°Lo 22°
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    Mostly cloudy with flurries 38°Lo 23°
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    Cloudy with occasional rain 38°Lo 19°
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Mostly cloudy and not as cold

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Cloudy; a bit of ice in the evening followed by a little snow and sleet late

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Temperature History - Feb 15

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  Today Normal Record 2/15/2015
High 32° 29° N/A
Low 21° 12° N/A


Sunrise / Sunset Illustration

Rises at 7:13 AM with 10:27 of sunlight, then sets at 5:40 PM


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Moonrise / Moonset Illustration

Rises at 11:29 AM with 14:46 of moolight, then sets at 2:15 AM

Saint Paul Weather Report

Minneapolis: Brutally cold air to grip city through week

February 10, 2016; 3:06 PM ET

Minneapolis will endure a week of brutally cold conditions before a return to normal temperatures next week. more >

FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

BCA's investigation into Jamar Clark shooting complete, full investigation far from over

The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) announced Wednesday afternoon they've completed their investigation into the officer-involved shooting death of 24-year-old Jamar Clark, which happened about 3 months ago.

The bureau's findings have been turned over to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office for review, who says this investigation is far from over. Attorney's Office spokesperson Chuck Laszewski said the investigation will be concluded and documents and video from the incident can be released to the public once a potential trial is over should they choose to prosecute the officer, or if they choose not to. The bureau initially said those videos would not be released until its investigation was complete.

The Minneapolis Police Department requested the BCA investigate the incident.

Jamar Clark was shot by Minneapolis police at 12:45 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 15 outside of an apartment on the 1600 block of Plymouth Avenue N. Clark died Monday, Nov. 16 after he was removed from life support. Witnesses have said Clark was in handcuffs and unarmed at the time of the shooting, but Minneapolis police said preliminary reports indicate Clark was not handcuffed.

According to the BCA, Minneapolis police officers responded to a request for assistance from paramedics who reported that Jamar Clark was disrupting their ability to aid an assault victim. Minneapolis police have said Clark was a suspect in the assault. At some point during an altercation that ensued between Clark and the officers, an officer discharged his weapon, striking Clark.

On Tuesday, American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota and the NAACP chapter in Minneapolis announced they'd be suing the state's Department of Public Safety hoping to access the videos that show the fatal shooting. On Nov. 23, investigators allowed Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to view the videos of the shooting. The governor concluded that the video doesn't confirm the allegations of witnesses or police.

"I will urge that the tapes be provided to the family and released to the public as soon as doing so will not jeopardize the Department of Justice's investigation," Gov. Dayton said.

In their lawsuit, the ACLU and NAACP said "Gov. Dayton's right to view the videos is no greater than the public's right to view the videos."

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