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Dispatcher Unafraid of Being ‘Snitch’ Reports Floyd Arrest
A 911 dispatcher who was apparently watching in real time as a Minneapolis police officer pressed a knee into the neck of George Floyd called a supervisor to tell him what she saw, not caring if it made her look like a "snitch."
ATF Offers $70,000 in Reward Money for 14 Arson Suspects
Federal agents are offering $70,000 in reward money for information that helps catch 14 people suspected of setting fires during protests following George Floyd's death in Minneapolis.
Minnesota Pardons Black Man in Century-Old Lynching Case
Minnesota has issued a posthumous pardon to a black man in a century-old case that became notorious for the lynchings of three other black men.
Regents Endorse University’s Fall Reopening Plan
University of Minnesota leaders have mapped out a plan to reopen classrooms, dormitories and other common spaces this fall amid the coronavirus outbreak.
St. Paul Police Squad Car Hit By Gunfire, No One Hurt
Gunfire struck a St. Paul police squad car, but no officers have been injured.
WATCH: Columbus Statue Pulled Down in St. Paul
Protesters have pulled down a statute of Christopher Columbus outside the Minnesota State Capitol.
Minneapolis Withdrawing from Police Union Negotiations
The Minneapolis Police Department is withdrawing from police union contract negotiations.
Minneapolis Mayor Doesn’t Support Police Force ‘Abolition’
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey told protesters during a demonstration in the city where George Floyd died at the hand of police that he didn’t support the "full abolition" of the police department.
As Antifa, Alt-Right Blamed, Protest Records Show Scant Evidence
President Donald Trump has characterized protesters who are clashing with law enforcement in the wake of George Floyd’s death as radical-left thugs engaging in domestic terrorism.
NBA OKs 22-Team Restart, Minnesota Timberwolves Season Over
The NBA Board of Governors has approved a 22-team format for restarting the season in late July at the Disney campus near Orlando, Florida.
Minneapolis to Ban Police Chokeholds in Wake of Floyd Death
Negotiators for the city of Minneapolis have agreed with the state to ban the use of chokeholds by police and to require police to report and intervene anytime they see an unauthorized use of force by another officer.
Judge: $750K Bail for 3 Ex-Officers Accused in Floyd’s Death
A judge has set bail at $750,000 apiece for three former Minneapolis police officers charged with aiding and abetting in the death of George Floyd.
Walz, Citing Credible Threats, Sends Guard to Clay County
Gov. Tim Walz is sending Minnesota National Guard troops to state's western border because of what he says are credible threats of violence during demonstrations planned in neighboring North Dakota.
Property Damage In Minneapolis is $55 Million and Rising
The city of Minneapolis says the looting and property damage that following the death of George Floyd in police custody has caused least $55 million in destruction so far.