Judge Rules Lane, Kueng Body Camera Footage Can Be ReleasedA Hennepin County judge ordered video from George Floyd's death to be released to the public after a group of media organizations, including WCCO, challenged restrictions on the release.
Homeless Veterans On The Road To Permanent Shelter With Help From MACVDale Rumble wanted to help the community and he did by providing security for people who used 38th and Chicago as a place of healing and unity, but that place of peace would turn violent at night.
#IRide4Them: Cyclist Riding 846 Miles To Honor Black People Killed By Police In MinnesotaFor most people, riding a bicycle 84.6 miles in a single day is a grueling athletic feat. The distance is more than halfway between Minneapolis and Duluth. But it’s what a young Black cyclist is doing for 10 days straight to honor Black people killed by police in Minnesota.
George Floyd Case: Motion To Remove Hennepin County Att’y Mike Freeman DeniedA Hennepin County judge has denied a motion to remove the county’s attorney Mike Freeman from the George Floyd case.
Resiliency In The Twin Cities: St. Paul's Midway Goodwill Store ReopensSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, Councilwoman Mitra Jalali and other company and city leaders said this is one big step for the people who work here and the community they serve.v
St. Paul Police Sorting Through 'Monstrous Haystack' To Bring George Floyd Unrest Criminals To JusticeMonths after the destructive unrest that followed the death of George Floyd, a group of investigators and data analysts are working to hold people responsible for $82 million in damage to more than 300 St. Paul businesses.
Ex-Cop's Lawyer: Hennepin Co. Attorney Mike Freeman 'Must Be Removed' From George Floyd CaseAn attorney for a fired Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd wants the local prosecutor dropped from the case.
Lawsuit Filed Against MPD Over Response To George Floyd Protests On 35WThe suit calls the officers' actions -- including pepper spray and rubber bullets -- blatant displays of excessive force, saying protesters were already dispersing.
Minneapolis Forward: Community Action Now Coalition Outlines Recommendations To Help Minneapolis RebuildOn Thursday, community leaders suggested ways to help the city recover after the civil unrest following the death of George Floyd.
As Police Face Increased Scrutiny, Rep. Tom Emmer Launches Initiative To Thank CopsAs leaders in Minneapolis push to defund the city’s police department, a Minnesota congressman is encouraging people to recognize and appreciate police officers.
'We All Came Together As Humans': Mike Max Reunites With George Floyd Protester Patrick EtimWCCO’s Mike Max reunites with a protester Patrick Etim, who shares a message of hope, and the work that still needs to be done.
Gov. Walz, Minneapolis Mayor Give Differing Accounts Of Why National Guard Response To Unrest Was DelayedWith large sections of Minneapolis and St. Paul still in ruins, the charred question lingers: What took so long in those dark days to get the National Guard on the streets?
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey: City Seeks Right Mentors For New Officers, 'Full-On Culture Shift'Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said the city is working to pair new police officers with “the right individuals” for field training following George Floyd's death, in which a senior officer rejected a younger colleague's question about how Floyd was being restrained.
Cup Foods Reopens Months After The Death Of George FloydAfter being closed for more than two months following the death of George Floyd, Cup Foods has reopened in south Minneapolis.
Planning Commission Passes Commemorative Street Name For George FloydThe City of Minneapolis Planning Commission on Monday voted unanimously to place a commemorative street sign for George Floyd near the site of his death.