A woman brought her dog to the peaceful demonstration at the Governor's Mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota Monday, where the dog helped comfort many grieving people during the sit-in.
Community members are pitching in to help the Minneapolis and St. Paul residents impacted by the riots that have erupted after the death of George Floyd.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's administration has launched a civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department following the death of George Floyd.
Dozens of people protesting the death of George Floyd were arrested at the Minnesota State Capitol Monday night.
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.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced Monday he is extending the curfew for Minneapolis and St. Paul for two more days amid unrest over the death of George Floyd, although he says there has been a big change in the situation in the Twin Cities over the last few days.
A Minnesota National Guard soldier earned a loud ovation from protesters gathered outside the State Capitol Monday evening after days where protesters and law enforcement have clashed following the death of George Floyd.
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.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden held a virtual roundtable Monday with several city leaders. The group, which included St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, discussed ways to curb the recent violence in the Twin Cities, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A.
The FBI's Minneapolis office is asking the public to report photos and videos that show acts of violence in Minneapolis and St. Paul during the riots that followed 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.
Approximately 2,000 people gathered for a peaceful protest outside the Governor’s Mansion in St. Paul Monday afternoon and hundreds of them went to the State Capitol afterwards.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said Monday the National Guard troops deployed to Minneapolis and St. Paul to quell the escalating unrest in the area will start going back home in an “orderly way.”
A total of 276 people were arrested Sunday and early Monday amid the protests over the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
Protesters taking part in a rally at the Minnesota State Capitol took to the streets on Sunday as unrest continues in the wake of George Floyd's death.
UPDATE: MnDOT has moved ahead the highway closures to begin at 5 p.m.
Police in St. Paul, Minnesota released information Sunday showing that 15 people were arrested overnight, most for either curfew violations or weapons violations. Almost all of those arrested held Minnesota addresses.
With more than 4,100 National Guard soldiers and airmen moving onto the Twin Cities, state officials said Saturday police were in a stronger position to control unrest in the metro.
Several local and national journalists are sharing photos and videos of their experiences covering the riots in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
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.