4 Things To Know: Hillary Talks Election Loss, Avocado Prices & MoreFrom Hillary Clinton's recent thoughts on her election loss to Avocado prices increasing, here are the four things to know for Wednesday, May 3.
Man Gets 15 Years For Shooting 5 Black Lives Matter ProtestersThe man found guilty of shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters in November 2015 was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison.
Report: Room For Improvement In Mpls.' Response To 4th Precinct ProtestA federal review of an 18-day standoff outside a Minneapolis police precinct following the fatal shooting of a black man in 2015 has found problems with the city's coordination and communication.
Charge Dropped Against Friend Of Convicted 4th Precinct ShooterOne of the men who was with Allen Scarsella when he shot five protesters near the Jamar Clark protest encampment outside of Minneapolis' Fourth Precinct in 2015 will not be charged with a crime.
House Committee Passes Stiffer Penalties For Certain ProtestsThe penalty could be bumped up from a misdemeanor to a gross misdemeanor.
Scarsella Guilty In Shooting Of Black Lives Matter ProtestersThe man accused in the November 2015 shooting of five Black Lives Matter protesters was convicted of all charges by a Hennepin County jury on Wednesday.
Jury Deliberations Begin In 4th Precinct Shooting TrialJury deliberations begin Wednesday for a man charged with shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters in Minneapolis. The shooting happened in November 2015 during a protest following the police shooting death of Jamar Clark.
Scarsella Takes Stand, Defends Himself In 4th Precinct ShootingsThe Twin Cities man accused of shooting five Black Lives Matter protesters took the stand in his own defense on Monday.
Man Charged In 4th Precinct Shooting Takes Stand At Scarsella TrialFourteen months after the shootings of protesters at a Black Lives Matter encampment in Minneapolis, the trial for one of the shooters continues.
Protesters Shut Down House Committee Meeting Over HF 322Protesters shut down a House committee meeting Tuesday morning after lawmakers approved a bill that would make protesters pay, in some cases, for the costs of policing demonstrations.
GOP-Controlled Legislature Looks To Crack Down On ProtestsMinnesota officials responded to months of unrest last year after the death of a black man shot by police officers with funding meant to reduce the state's widespread racial disparities. This year, a new Republican-controlled Legislature is plotting a crackdown on protests, with tougher penalties for highway marchers and potentially putting some demonstrators on the hook for the enforcement costs at unruly protests.
Trial Begins For Man Accused In 4th Precinct ShootingFourteen months after the shootings of five protesters outside of Minneapolis' 4th police precinct, Allen Scarsella is now on trial.
New Bill Would Make Freeway Protesting Serious CrimeMinnesota lawmakers are proposing new legislation to get tough on freeway protesters.
Judge Denies Motion To Move Trial Of Accused 4th Precinct ShooterAllen Lance Scarsella, 24, is charged with one count of first-degree assault and five counts of second-degree assault in the Nov. 19 incident.
Community Meeting With Law Enforcement Cut Short When Tempers FlareAn opportunity for community members to engage with local law enforcement was cut short Saturday night.