Mayor Frey, MPD Chief Arradondo Want To Reopen 38th & Chicago While Honoring George FloydPolice chief Medaria Arrandondo and Mayor Jacob Frey are having daily conversations about how to reopen 38th and Chicago while respecting George Floyd's legacy.
Business Owners Near George Floyd Memorial Say Recent Violence Is Costing ThemTwo business owners believe their stores are suffering from a lack of customers because of the recent violence.
George Floyd Square To Reopen To Traffic After Chauvin TrialMinneapolis city leaders announced on Friday plans to reopen the 38th and Chicago intersection, but not until after the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin.
Iconic George Floyd Memorial In South Minneapolis Vandalized AgainThe iconic mural of George Floyd painted in south Minneapolis was vandalized for a second time.
Man Shot Near George Floyd Memorial While Intervening In Pregnant Woman's Murder To Lead Town HallA neighborhood protector says he's part of a plan to drastically curb crime in Minneapolis -- starting this weekend.
Future Of George Floyd Memorial Intersection Still Up In The AirThe Minneapolis City Council admits there is no consensus between the city and community groups about the future of the intersection of East 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, where George Floyd was killed while being detained by police on Memorial Day.
Protesters Call For Minneapolis Leaders To Meet Demands Before Clearing Barricades Around George Floyd MemorialThe protesters, activists and community members who’ve kept watch over the George Floyd memorial site since he died at the hands of Minneapolis police say that the city is planning to reopen the area of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue.
Authorities ID Teen Fatally Shot Outside Market Near George Floyd's Memorial In MinneapolisAuthorities have identified 17-year-old Mario Sanchez Mendieta as the teen who was fatally shot outside of a market last week near the site of George Floyd’s memorial.
Minneapolis Police: We Will Not Touch George Floyd's MemorialAs a memorial for George Floyd continues to grow at the place where he was killed in south Minneapolis, police announced Saturday that they have no intentions of touching it.