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.
Exclusive: Mayor Jacob Frey Discusses What Led To The Abandonment Of 3rd PrecinctMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey has broken his silence about what ultimately led up to the Minneapolis Police Department's withdrawal from the 3rd Precinct building in south Minneapolis.
Unrest After George Floyd's Death: Violence Spans Twin Cities, 3rd Precinct Overtaken & Burned, CNN Reporter ArrestedMinneapolis has entered the fourth day of unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd's death, with protesters taking over the police department's 3rd Precinct building late Thursday night.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Addresses City In The Middle Of Night Of Violence"Brick and mortar is not as important as life," Frey said. "The symbolism of a building cannot outweigh the significance of life."
'I Believe In Minneapolis': Mayor Frey Says Last Few Days' Are Result Of 'So Much Built-Up Anger And Sadness'"In believing in our city, we must believe we can be better than we have been," he said. "We must restore the peace so we can do this hard work together."
Mayor Jacob Frey Calls On National Guard Following Violence In South MinneapolisThe Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul Police, and Metro Transit police officers were also called in overnight to support Minneapolis Police as buildings went up in flames along Lake Street.
Minneapolis Police Chief Urges George Floyd Protesters To Demonstrate SafelyMinneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo is warning people protesting the death of 46-year-old George Floyd for the second-straight day that violence will not be tolerated.
‘Shocked And Horrified’: Gov. Walz Calls For Thorough Investigation Of George Floyd's Fatal ArrestMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is expected to make a public statement on George Floyd’s death Wednesday afternoon.
Minneapolis Unveils Next Steps For Reopening Restaurants And BarsAs part of Gov. Tim Walz's Stay Safe Minnesota order, restaurants and bars are allowed to resume serving dine-in customers on June 1, with a number of restrictions.
'I'm Happy That Minneapolis Is Doing This': Minnesota's Largest City Gears Up For Face Mask RequirementStarting Tuesday, everyone will have to wear a mask or face covering when inside publicly-accessible buildings in Minneapolis.
Minneapolis Mayor Frey Signs Requirement For Face Coverings In CityThe order would pertain to "retail stores, hotels, government buildings, schools and universities, recreational facilities, and service centers."