Federal Officials Offer Reward For Info On Those Who Burned Minneapolis Post OfficesFederal officials are offering a reward for information on those who set fire to two Minneapolis post offices during the nights of unrest following George Floyd’s death.
Cub Foods To Open 2 Pop-Up Tent Locations To Fight Food Deserts After George Floyd UnrestTwo Minneapolis grocery stores damaged in the riots following George Floyd's death in late May will reopen to help communities struggling with access to fresh groceries.
South Dakota Town Named After Battle Of Gettysburg Removes Confederate Flag From LogoOfficials have confirmed that a logo that included a Confederate flag has been removed from police department cars, buildings and patches in a small South Dakota community named for the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg.
From Mall Of America To George Floyd Memorial, Protesters March For 'New America'The event was called the “New America March,” and was organized by the 10K Foundation.
WCCO Talks To Mayors Jacob Frey, Sharon Sayles Belton On Minneapolis's Path ForwardTwo leaders. Both elected into the same job as the mayor of Minneapolis, but decades apart. And a city now under scrutiny for disparity and lack of opportunity for people of color.
'What Independence Are You Celebrating?' Black 4th March Highlights Disconnect Many Black Americans Feel From 4th Of JulyA month removed from the riots and demonstrations that took over the Twin Cities in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, there is now the continuation of that movement.
Tou Thao, Ex-Officer Charged In The Death Of George Floyd, Released From JailTou Thao, one of the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the deadly arrest of George Floyd in late May, has been released from jail Saturday after posting bond, according to Hennepin County officials.
Lawyers For Ex-Officers In George Floyd Case Demand TV Cameras In CourtroomTou Thao, one of the four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the deadly arrest of George Floyd in late May, has been released from jail Saturday after posting bond, according to Hennepin County officials.
Duluth Police Change Use Of Force Policy, Emphasize De-EscalationA call for change is becoming a reality in Duluth.
Walz Asks Feds To Help To Rebuild From George Floyd ProtestsMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz on Thursday asked the federal government to help rebuild communities that sustained damage during the protests over the killing of George Floyd.
Aquatennial 2020 Canceled; Organizers Say It Doesn't 'Feel Like The Time To Celebrate'Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and in the wake of George Floyd’s death, there will not be an Aquatennial celebration in Minneapolis this year.
Minnesota’s Asian-Americans Renew, And Reflect On, Push For Racial EqualityThe death of George Floyd has renewed efforts to change systemic racism, an issue that resonates with every minority group in Minnesota.
Dems Object To GOP-Led Inquiry Into Riot Damages, Says Oversight Committee Lacks DiversityThe hearing began with a skirmish between the Republican chair and Lakeville DFL Sen. Matt Little, who gave up his seat to a fellow Democrat who represents the looted area.
'Very Serious Criminal Activity': Minnesota Senate GOP Spotlights Damage After George Floyd's DeathThe Republican-controlled Minnesota Senate opened hearings Wednesday on the unrest that rocked the state after the death of George Floyd, focusing on the destruction rather than the underlying issues of racism and policing on which Democrats have concentrated.
Federal Investigators Seek Public's Help Identifying More People Connected To Unrest In The Twin CitiesFederal officials are continuing to seek the public’s help in identifying people in connection to the unrest in the Twin Cities following the death of George Floyd.