Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's administration has launched a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department following the death of George Floyd.
The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's report released Monday ruled the death of George Floyd a homicide.
Minnesota Senator Tina Smith is calling on the Department of Justice to investigate the practices of the Minneapolis Police Department, she announced Monday, also taking aim at Police Union President Lt. Bob Kroll.
Forty-six-year-old George Floyd died in Minneapolis police custody seven days ago on Memorial Day night. The moment ignited a chaotic, historic and emotional week in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Metro Transit announced that due to the unrest in Minneapolis and St. Paul, all bus, light rail and Northstar service will remain suspended through at least Tuesday, June 2. Bus and Northstar service is expected to resume on Wednesday, and light rail service is expected to return Thursday.
Community members are cleaning up areas of the Twin Cities damaged during protests that were held in reponse to the death of George Floyd.
A group of St. Paul Police Officers and at least one State Patrol deputy were seen kneeling in solidarity with peaceful protesters outside the Governor's Mansion Monday afternoon.
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged with murder in the Memorial Day death of George Floyd, will make his first court appearance on June 8 at 1:30 p.m.
Former Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau and others are calling for Police Union President Lt. Bob Kroll to step down after a letter to union members surfaced in which he blamed politicians and local leaders for the riots in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd.
UPDATE: Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington confirmed Monday it appears Sunday's incident was not an intentional act. The driver was already on the freeway when it closed and did not go around any barricades.
A fund created to support the rebuild of businesses along the street that's seen perhaps the most destruction during riots in Minneapolis has raised more than $2 million.
Police have swept in and are starting to make arrests Sunday night as the city works to enforce another curfew.
The Department of Public Safety warns flammable liquids and materials have been found near sites of destruction in the Twin Cities and elsewhere in recent days.
Hospital officials say Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis has cancelled scheduled surgeries for Monday as safety concerns continue for the city in the wake of riots over the last week.
The overwhelming majority of people arrested in connection with the Minneapolis unrest have Minnesota addresses, a search of the online Hennepin County Jail log shows.
St. Paul police warned members of the public to avoid the area of the Marshall Avenue bridge as police worked to disperse a crowd of about 1,000 people coming from Minneapolis.
Police say a suspect fired shots at officers along Lake Street in Minneapolis as the city and state used force to deal with rioting.
As soldiers, police, and troopers have pushed through the Twin Cities in hopes of restoring order after days of riots, some residents have decided to defend themselves from any trouble.
As troopers, officers, and the National Guard join efforts to break up crowds in Minneapolis, President Trump praised the efforts of soldiers while critcizing the city's mayor.
The National Guard has begun moving into the Twin Cities on Saturday as the state readies for another night of expected unrest.