Winter weather and new restrictions are making it increasingly difficult for the Occupy Minnesota protest to keep its place on the Hennepin County Government Plaza, which protesters have been occupying since Oct. 7.
Police moved in Thursday morning to break up the latest protest by Occupy Minnesota, which eventually led to two people being arrested.
Anti-Wall Street protesters in Minneapolis are defying a judge’s order and pitching tents on the plaza outside the Hennepin County Government Center.
The Occupy Minnesota protest, which has demonstrated on Hennepin County’s Government Plaza since Oct. 7, has cost the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office nearly $300,000, a county spokesperson said.
Occupy Minnesota protesters are planning a new protest next week in defiance of a judge’s ruling.
A retired Plymouth woman says she’s planning to surprise anti-Wall Street protesters with a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota filed a lawsuit Monday against Hennepin County for allegedly restricting Occupy Minnesota protester’s right to free speech.
Two men arrested during an Occupy Minnesota protest in Minneapolis remain in custody.
Occupy Wall Street protesters said they won’t let the snow stop them from spreading their message.
Occupy Minnesota protesters put up with Saturday’s snow and cold, but Hennepin County might not put up with them if the temperature drops too low.
Eleven protesters connected with the Occupy Wall Street movement have been arrested on the 10th Avenue Bridge for creating a public nuisance or obstructing traffic.
Minneapolis area authorities who declined to remove anti-Wall Street protesters from a government plaza when a ban on sleeping there overnight went into effect declined to say Tuesday when or if they will begin enforcing the new law.
There are some new rules coming for the protesters who have been occupying a downtown Minneapolis government plaza for more than a month.
For over a month now, Occupy Wall Street protesters have been camping out in front of the Hennepin County Government Center. But on Sunday, their protests moved — into a backyard.
The Hennepin County Board has approved new restrictions on protesters who have been occupying a downtown Minneapolis government plaza for more than a month.