'We Are Banding Together': Minneapolis Neighborhood Watch Groups On High AlertIf anyone drives past the intersection of East 51st Street and South 34th Avenue in Minneapolis' Nokomis neighborhood, they better believe there are eyes on them.
Minneapolis Residents Finding Incendiary Devices, Gasoline Stashed Around Yards, AlleysInvestigators say they have found devices meant to start fires hidden in neighborhoods around Minneapolis.
Virus-Proofing Sports Facilities Presents A Big ChallengeThe problem is that even the cleanest of air can’t keep the coronavirus from spreading; if someone coughs or sneezes, those droplets are in the air. That means outdoor ballparks have high contaminant potential, too.
'People Get It': Michael Brown Sr. Sees Unity In Aftermath of George Floyd's DeathPerspective on what this George Floyd movement is all about. That's something Mike Brown Sr. can provide. A police officer in Ferguson, Missouri shot and killed his son six years ago. On Sunday, Brown Sr. sat down with WCCO's Norman Seawright.
Nat'l Guard Discusses Scaling Back Presence In MinnesotaThe National Guard wants to make it clear they are not leaving altogether - just supporting personnel will be leaving.
DPS: Preliminary Investigation Indicates I-35W Truck Incident Was Not IntentionalThe world held its breath on Sunday afternoon when a semi-truck drove into a crowd of thousands of protesters on Interstate 35W, speaking out against the death of George Floyd.
Donations Pour In To Help Shattered Lake Street BusinessesChicago and Lake is possibly the worst hit area, where store after store is burned and broke, such as what remains of a popular Chinese restaurant, nail salon and plumbing supply shop all on the same side of the street.
Illinois Man Matthew Rupert Charged With Rioting, Possessing Explosives In Minneapolis, Chicago George Floyd ProtestsThe U.S. Attorney's office has charged Galesburg, Illinois resident Matthew Lee Rupert, 28, with causing civil disorder, a riot and possessing unregistered explosive devices in an effort to stoke chaos Friday night during protests for George Floyd in Minneapolis.
‘Peace On The Left, Justice On The Right’: Terrence Floyd, Brother Of George Floyd, Visits Memorial SiteOne week after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody ignited unrest across the country, his brother visited his memorial site and called for peace.

Politics

Officials See Extremist Groups, Disinformation In ProtestsAs demonstrations spread from Minneapolis to the White House, New York City and overseas, federal law enforcement officials insisted far-left groups were stoking violence.
Attorney General Keith Ellison To Lead Prosecution Of George Floyd's DeathGov. Tim Walz announced Sunday that he has asked Attorney General Keith Ellison to assist Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman in the forthcoming case surrounding the death of George Floyd.
Gov. Tim Walz Announces Extension Of Curfew, Highway Closures For Sunday EveningMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is extending the curfew, put in place in the Twin Cities to quell unrest, into Sunday evening. The curfew will be in effect at 8 p.m.
'Most Complex Public Safety Operation In The History Of Our State': Walz Deployed 5,025 National Guard Soldiers Saturday Night"I want to thank everyone who participated in our ability to restore trust in our streets," Gov. Walz said at a Sunday morning press conference. He said he appreciated the actions of the community, those who stayed home, the national guard, and first responders. 
As Cities Burn, Credibility Of Minnesota's Top Leaders Suffers Major BlowBy early Saturday morning, it was Gov. Walz who found himself struggling with the enormity of the challenge, conceding that he didn't have enough people to cope with the protests.
Biden Ally Sees Klobuchar As Less Likely Biden Running MateMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar seems a less likely choice to become Joe Biden's running mate on his presidential ticket following this week's death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis, a key ally of the former vice president said.

Crime

'We Are Banding Together': Minneapolis Neighborhood Watch Groups On High AlertIf anyone drives past the intersection of East 51st Street and South 34th Avenue in Minneapolis' Nokomis neighborhood, they better believe there are eyes on them.
Minneapolis Residents Finding Incendiary Devices, Gasoline Stashed Around Yards, AlleysInvestigators say they have found devices meant to start fires hidden in neighborhoods around Minneapolis.
'People Get It': Michael Brown Sr. Sees Unity In Aftermath of George Floyd's DeathPerspective on what this George Floyd movement is all about. That's something Mike Brown Sr. can provide. A police officer in Ferguson, Missouri shot and killed his son six years ago. On Sunday, Brown Sr. sat down with WCCO's Norman Seawright.
DPS: Preliminary Investigation Indicates I-35W Truck Incident Was Not IntentionalThe world held its breath on Sunday afternoon when a semi-truck drove into a crowd of thousands of protesters on Interstate 35W, speaking out against the death of George Floyd.
Donations Pour In To Help Shattered Lake Street BusinessesChicago and Lake is possibly the worst hit area, where store after store is burned and broke, such as what remains of a popular Chinese restaurant, nail salon and plumbing supply shop all on the same side of the street.
Illinois Man Matthew Rupert Charged With Rioting, Possessing Explosives In Minneapolis, Chicago George Floyd ProtestsThe U.S. Attorney's office has charged Galesburg, Illinois resident Matthew Lee Rupert, 28, with causing civil disorder, a riot and possessing unregistered explosive devices in an effort to stoke chaos Friday night during protests for George Floyd in Minneapolis.