Minnesota Supreme Court Judge Dismisses Efforts To Recall Gov. Tim WalzThe organizers behind the petition accused Walz of malfeasance following his stay-at-home and other emergency orders locking the state down amid the coronavirus.
GOP Opens Special Session Attacking Gov. Walz's Response To COVID-19, UnrestOn Friday, Minnesota lawmakers will start debating big changes that could change police departments statewide.
Minnesota's First Posthumous Pardon Granted To Black Man, Max Mason, Convicted In Century-Old Duluth CaseThis coming Monday will mark 100 years since the Duluth lynchings, a dark stain on Minnesota's past. And on Friday morning, the Minnesota Board of Pardons made history: It granted the state's first posthumous pardon to Max Mason.
Walz, State Legislators Unveil Sweeping Set Of Reforms Intended To Support Racial JusticeThe changes being called for involve changes in specific Minnesota laws that would fundamentally change when police officers can use force and how they can lose their jobs.
Charges Expected After Christopher Columbus Statue Toppled At Minnesota CapitolThe Minnesota Historical Society says that they have no knowledge of the whereabouts of the statue after it was removed.
Gov. Walz To Unveil Police Reform Package Ahead Of Special SessionAs far as the details go, the governor said he's prepared to put every solution on the table and debate them that way, knowing the Legislature will talk around police departments and unions.
Protesters Topple Christopher Columbus Statue At Minnesota State CapitolA group of protesters pulled down a statue of Christopher Columbus Wednesday outside the Minnesota State Capitol.
Gov. Tim Walz Says State Can Turn Dial Again, To Allow Indoor Dining, Limited Gym UseGov. Tim Walz says the state is ready to make another turn of the proverbial dial toward normal social restrictions.
Gov. Walz, Citing Credible Threats, Sends National Guard To Clay CountyGov. Tim Walz is sending Minnesota National Guard troops to state's western border because of what he says are credible threats of violence during demonstrations planned in neighboring North Dakota.
Gov. Tim Walz Announces Another Extension Of Nightly CurfewsOvernight mandatory curfews have been in effect for the last five nights now, and they're not ending just yet.
Gov. Walz Extends Curfew 2 Days, Shortens Nightly DurationGov. Tim Walz signed an executive order Monday to extend the curfew in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota National Guard: FBI Warns Of 'Credible Threat' Against Soldiers And AirmenMaj. Gen. Jon Jenson, adjutant general of the Guard, said that he has advised Gov. Tim Walz to allow soldiers and airmen to be armed.
'Most Complex Public Safety Operation In The History Of Our State': Walz Deployed 5,025 National Guard Soldiers Saturday Night"I want to thank everyone who participated in our ability to restore trust in our streets," Gov. Walz said at a Sunday morning press conference. He said he appreciated the actions of the community, those who stayed home, the national guard, and first responders. 
'We Are In A Position Of Strength Tonight': Minnesota National Guard Aggressively Clears Streets; Neighbors Defend Minneapolis BusinessesNever before has the Minnesota National Guard been fully mobilized to respond to a crisis in the state, but that is what happened Saturday night, with an unprecedented show of force that aggressively cleared the streets following three nights of unrest since the death of George Floyd.
'This Is Not About George's Death': Protesters Defy Minneapolis Curfew Order, Fires Rage During 4th Night Of UnrestProtesters are defying curfew orders in Minneapolis early Saturday morning, and firefighters are trying to put out several business and brush fires throughout the city during the fourth night of unrest after the death of George Floyd.