Monticello Man Gets 2.5 Years For Role In Burning Wells Fargo Bank Amid UnrestA Monticello man was sentenced to two and-a-half years in prison for his role in burning the Wells Fargo bank in south Minneapolis amid last year’s unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.
After 8 Months On The Run, Couple Wanted For Arson During Unrest Captured In MexicoA Rochester couple wanted for arson and related crimes in connection to the unrest in the Twin Cities last May following the death of George Floyd were arrested this week in Mexico.
Lake Street Target Store Slated To Reopen By Mid-NovemberThe Target store on Lake Street, which was looted and destroyed following George Floyd’s death, is almost ready to serve the south Minneapolis community again.
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
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.
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.