The Minneapolis teenager who filmed the police killing of George Floyd is being honored with a prestigious courage award from PEN America, the literary and human rights organization.
A self-described member of the anti-government extremist group the “Boogaloo Bois” is facing federal charges for allegedly firing 13 rounds into the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct during the civil unrest over the death of George Floyd in May.
Former Minnesota governor and professional wrestler Jesse Ventura shared harsh words for non-mask wearers amid the pandemic, saying had Americans refused to make similar sacrifices during World War II that Adolf Hitler would have won the war.
The body camera video of George Floyd's previous arrest in 2019 will be released to the public after a Hennepin County judge rejected the state's motion to seal it.
An Anoka, Minnesota man has some big time bragging rights after his massive pumpkin was crowned champion in the “Super Bowl” of pumpkin weigh-offs out in California.
A team of health workers conducting random COVID-19 testing was recently confronted by armed residents in a Minnesota neighborhood, though state officials have not said when or where the incident occurred.
The family of George Floyd announced Thursday they will formally launch a nonprofit foundation in honor of him at a homelessness event in Minneapolis this weekend.
Prosecutors say two members of the anti-government Boogaloo movement sought to work with terrorist organization Hamas as part of a plot to overthrow the U.S. government in the aftermath of George Floyd's death.
The mysterious, umbrella-carrying man seen in a viral video smashing the windows of the Auto Zone during the Minneapolis riots is believed to be a member of the Hell’s Angels biker gang whose actions were intended to incite violence and racial tension in what had previously been peaceful protests, according to police.
A simple trip to the store for Raphaela Mueller and Ben Ruesch turned into a strange moment on Saturday when they noticed a couple wearing Nazi flag face masks at the Marshall, Minnesota Walmart.
Update (Monday, July 20): Aurora died in the hospital on Sunday, July 19, according to the family's GoFundMe page.
George Floyd's family attorney Benjamin Crump and his co-counsel are announcing a federal civil rights wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Minneapolis and its police officers Wednesday. Crump is announcing the lawsuit at noon with co-counsel Antonio Romanucci.
A pregnant woman was shot and killed in the Powderhorn Park neighborhood of Minneapolis Sunday night, according to the Minneapolis Police Department.
A Minnesota State Patrol trooper was charged with felony stalking for taking a woman’s cell phone and using it to send himself nude photos of her, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo released a statement Monday, detailing some of the department's training history in light of the death of George Floyd.
A 911 dispatcher called a Minneapolis Police sergeant over her concern of the way officers were handling the deadly arrest of George Floyd Memorial Day night, according to newly released data from the Minneapolis Police Department.
A group of 14 Minneapolis police officers penned an open letter Thursday condemning Derek Chauvin, the now fired officer charged with murder in the death of George Floyd, and pledging to embrace change.
A group has made good on its promise to tear down the statue of Christopher Columbus standing on the Minnesota State Capitol grounds.
Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced Wednesday he is withdrawing from contract negotiations on the unfinished contract with the police union and restarting an effort to identify troubled police officers through early warning signs.
A journalist who was blinded in one eye during the Minneapolis riots is suing Minneapolis and Minnesota state officials after she says officers shot her with foam bullets, injuring her and causing her blindness.