Judge Denies Motion To Delay Trial Of Former MPD Officer Derek ChauvinHennepin County Judge Peter Cahill has denied a motion to re-join the trial of Derek Chauvin with three other former officers accused in his death.
George Floyd Square: Minneapolis Mayor, City Council President Spar Over Site's FutureMinneapolis city leaders are at odds over how to reopen streets around the George Floyd memorial site.
Months After Its Destruction By Rioters, Minneapolis Police's 3rd Precinct Moves To 2nd Temporary HomeOfficers with the Minneapolis Police Third precinct are now working out of a building near City Hall.
State, With Support From Epidemiologist Osterholm, Requests Delay Of George Floyd TrialsThe State of Minnesota is once again requesting a delay in the trials for the former officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
NBA’s Kyrie Irving Buys House For George Floyd’s FamilyBrooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving bought a house for the family of George Floyd, former NBA player Stephen Jackson said in a recent interview.
U of M Study Finds Less-Lethal Weapons Used During George Floyd Protests Inappropriate For Crowd Control, Violated UN GuidelinesLess-lethal weapons like rubber bullets are not appropriate for crowd control. That's the finding of a new study looking at the unrest in the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd.
Community Activists Blindsided, Concerned About Two Separate Trials In George Floyd CaseVoices from within the community are speaking out and want to be heard about two separate trials for four former Minneapolis Police officers involved in the death of George Floyd.
George Floyd Case: Derek Chauvin To Be Tried Alone In March, Other 3 In Late SummerThere will be two trials for the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis last May.
BLM Protesters March Through Downtown MinneapolisThe group marched from the Hennepin County Government Center to the Minneapolis Police Department precinct downtown.
Minneapolis Officer Reprimanded For Speaking To GQ About 'Toxic Culture'A Minneapolis police officer who criticized the department in a magazine article after the death of George Floyd has been reprimanded for speaking to the media without seeking permission.
'We Look At Our Protest As Art': Future Of George Floyd Square Becoming ClearerA vision of what is to come for George Floyd Square in Minneapolis is taking shape.
George Floyd Killing: No Ruling Yet In Request To Delay TrialThe Minnesota judge overseeing the case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd said Thursday that he would take under advisement a prosecution request to delay the trial by three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
No Charges For Police Official Who Went Undercover With George Floyd Protesters In FargoNo criminal charges will be filed against a former police official who went undercover without telling anyone during a May gathering in memory of George Floyd in Fargo.
Fund For St. Paul Businesses Hurt By Unrest Still Has $800,000The fund has distributed $91,000 to four businesses damaged by vandalism in May, as well as given seven grants to community nonprofits ranging from $5,000 to $9,000.
State Asks For Trial In George Floyd's Death To Push To June Due To COVIDThe state argues that, even with COVID-19 protocols put into place, there could be serious disruptions to the trial given the scope.