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Gov. Tim Walz Announces Extension Of Curfew, Highway Closures For Sunday EveningMinnesota Gov. Tim Walz is extending the curfew, put in place in the Twin Cities to quell unrest, into Sunday evening. The curfew will be in effect at 8 p.m. WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
Longfellow Block Club Protects Minneapolis Neighborhood Amid RiotsWCCO’s Mike Max ran into the Longfellow block club early Sunday morning along Lake Street. They were out patrolling their own neighborhood and protecting their block from rioters for the last few nights (). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
Leaders Work To Protect North MinneapolisNorth Minneapolis has been mostly spared from the violence happening in South Minneapolis -- but not entirely. Norman Seawright met with community members working together to address the need there (3:59). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
6 A.M. Weather ReportAs Mike Augustyniak reports, the metro area can expect a cool start to the morning with a warmer afternoon with highs in the mid-70’s (3:52). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 30, 2020
St. Paul Clean Up To Begin After Nights Of UnrestWCCO’s Christiane Cordero is live in St. Paul where parts of the city were looted and damaged earlier in the week (1:35). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
Progress Made After Another Night Of Unrest In MinneapolisWCCO’s Reg Chapman recaps protests and riots overnight Saturday in the Twin Cities (2:36). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
I-35W, I-35E, I-94, I-394 & Hwy 55 Reopen Sunday MorningAll of the major highways around the metro are back open this morning, Heather Brown reports (0:24). WCCO Sunday Morning – May 31, 2020
Past Halfway Point, Corrections Commissioner Says Things Remain Under ControlMinnesota Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell provides a post-midnight update on the status of law and order in the Twin Cities (26:16). WCCO 4 News - May 31, 2020
Seward Businesses Standing Their Ground All NightThe owners of businesses that have yet been untouched by fires are committed to staying up and standing their ground against arsonists, Erin Hassanzadeh reports (5:19). WCCO 4 News - May 31, 2020
From The Center Of Solemnity To A Hail Of Rubber Bullets: 38th & Chicago Vigil RaidedJeff Wagner began his live shot describing the vigil at Cup Foods as a place of peace and serenity, to running to avoid being struck by a hail of rubber bullets (12:56). WCCO 4 News - May 31, 2020
‘They Will Not Be Overtaken’: Businesses Protect Their Property During Mpls. UnrestWCCO’s Mike Max drives by Lake Street businesses that are protecting their property during unrest. (12:11) WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Residents On Lyndale Grateful Fire At Nearby Auto Parts Store Didn’t Ignite Their HomeWhat used to be an O'Reilly Auto Parts on the left and a Family Dollar on the right is now gone from an overnight fire started by agitators, Marielle Mohs reports (2:16). WCCO 4 News - Mayu 30, 2020
Minneapolis Mayor Speaks With WCCO As Unrest Reaches Overnight HoursMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey spoke with WCCO early Sunday morning during continued unrest. (9:56) WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
'We Still Have A Lot Of Work To Go': Minneapolis Mayor Speaks With WCCO During Overnight UnrestMinneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey speak with Amelia Santaniello and Frank Vascellaro early Sunday morning amid continued unrest in the Twin Cities. (9:05) WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
WCCO’s Mike Max Speaks With Group Protecting Little Earth Native American CommunityWCCO’s Mike Max speaks with an American Indian Movement member who is with a group protecting the Little Earth Native American Community in Minneapolis Saturday night. (4:44) WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Video Shows Woman Bleeding After Being Struck By Apparent Rubber BulletDavid Schumer describes a scene that went down at Lake Street and Hiawatha Avenue (3:51). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Video Appears To Show Law Enforcement Shooting Paint Rounds At Citizens On Their PorchTanya Kerssen posted the video to Twitter shortly after 9:30 p.m., showing the Minnesota National Guard and Minneapolis police sweeping her residential street in the Whittier Neighborhood (3:51). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Medic Describes Working On Injured Protester Before Cops Moved InMike Max talks with some lingering in South Minneapolis following curfew (3:24). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Law Enforcement Sweeps Through Kmart Parking LotJeff Wagner describes when two all-black vehicles swooped through the Lake Street Kmart parking lot and began firing rubber bullets at them (5:05). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
10:30 P.M. Status Update On Saturday's Law Enforcement Operations In Twin CitiesMinnesota Department of Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell discusses Saturday night's efforts to quell rioting in the Twin Cities (19:48). WCCO 4 News At 10 - May 30, 2020
Law Enforcement Extinguishes Fire In South Minneapolis IntersectionMike Max was on 34th Street when he caught this scene (7:47). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
WCCO Veteran Photographer Struck By Rubber Bullet, Arrested By State PatrolA Veteran WCCO Photographer is under arrest, taken into custody by the State Patrol Saturday evening. Award-winning photographer Tom Aviles was struck by a rubber bullet. During the arrest, they forced him onto ground. He’s OK and CBS attorneys have been called. WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Raw Video: Law Enforcement Moves In To SeparateJeff Wagner was with a group of protesters marching up Nicollet Mall after the curfew when a group of State Troopers moved into place to cut the march in half (6:39). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020
Curfew Goes Into Effect, Hundreds Remain At 5th PrecinctChristiane Cordero reports in the moment that the curfew went into effect (6:50). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020

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