Truck driver didn't intend to hit protesters on 35W bridge, state officials say

Kroll, Minneapolis police union head, blasts city's riot response in letter to officers

State recommends COVID-19 tests for Minnesota protesters

Several hundred people listened to speakers outside of Cup Foods on Thursday, May 28, following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. State health

State health officials say such mass gatherings could be breeding grounds for COVID-19, though outdoor air could lessen the risk.

'We came to riot': Illinois man livestreamed lighting fires in Minneapolis

Riots, arson leave Minnesota communities of color devastated

The riots left destruction in their wake around Minnehaha Avenue and Lake St.

The spasm of violence following the death of George Floyd in police custody has destroyed numerous other immigrant- and black-owned businesses.

Protesters blocked off Central Avenue and had a street party where they danced, drank and smoked marijuana during the protest in Duluth on Saturday, M

Duluth lifts curfew as officials dismiss rumors of problematic outside protesters

Shorter curfew imposed in Minneapolis, St. Paul, starting 10 p.m.
State recommends COVID-19 tests for Minnesota protesters
Medical examiner classifies Floyd's death as 'homicide'

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Sports world won't stand idly by in the wake of George Floyd's death

MLB owners willing to move on wages, but over much shorter season
Our favorite games: Awed by the Minneapolis Miracle. 'This is so much fun'
Big Ten Commissioner Warren creates anti-racism coalition

Scores, schedules, and stats
UnitedHealth Group headquarters in Minnetonka.

UnitedHealth to donate $10M to George Floyd family, rebuilding causes

St. Paul barbershop reopens despite unrest, COVID-19
Minneapolis' Longfellow neighborhood almost food desert after riots
Union protests in Duluth over Essentia's plan to lay off 900 employees

Minnesotans gather May 28 in a third day of protests following the death of George Floyd while in police custody.

Behold the desperation of the oppressed

A much-needed boost from helpers in Minneapolis, St. Paul
Too much violence, too little accountability for both police and society
Reader Write: Leadership, policing by consent, cleaning up, deaths in police custody

Sack cartoon: 100,000 COVID-19 deaths
100,000 COVID-19 deaths

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Kim Johnson, left.

WCCO parts ways with morning anchor Kim Johnson

A black parent is at a loss for words in talking to her kids about George Floyd
St. Paul rapper Dua Saleh issues single 'body cast' in response to George Floyd tragedy
Summer 2020 reading guide: Books to help you escape when you're stuck at home

Scoggins: Young people need mentors like North's coach McKenzie

The legendary North High boys' basketball coach keeps replaying the video of George Floyd in his mind. "That could've been me. That could've been my son. That could've been any of my players."

Souhan: Strong statement needed, and Vikings signing Kaepernick would do it

Signing Colin Kaepernick would signal the Vikings care about social justice, and that the NFL acknowledges its wrongful blackballing of a talented quarterback. It would also make football sense.

New apartments near U.S. Bank Stadium offer affordable housing amid luxury

The 169-unit complex has risen from a former church parking lot east of 6th St. and Chicago Avenue.

Gov. Tim Walz listened as Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison spoke at the press conference on Friday, May 29, about the unrest in the wake of th

AG Keith Ellison to take over case in Floyd killing

Show of force shifted momentum on the streets of Minneapolis, St. Paul
Trump took shelter in White House bunker as protests raged
Medical examiner classifies Floyd's death as 'homicide'

A sign posted near the entrance to the Kimberly Hall South nursing home shows the home closed to visitors, Thursday, May 14, 2020 in Windsor, Conn. Th

Sobering U.S. nursing home death report as lockdowns ease

With rare candor, employees protest Facebook's Trump policy
Black Liberty U. alums rebuke Falwell after blackface tweet
Protests, mayhem continue, lead to more California curfews

People gather in Trafalgar Square in central London on Sunday, May 31, 2020 to protest against the recent killing of George Floyd by police officers i

Anger about death of George Floyd reaches around the world

Trump postpones G7 meeting, seeks expansion of members
As big economies plan to start up, climate change is at a crossroad
Pope presides over virus prayer in hint normalcy returning

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC), a federally recognized Indian tribe, opened the SMSC Organics Recycling Facility (ORF) in the fall of

How do organics get recycled in Minnesota — and how good are we at it?

How many Minn. breweries existed before the microbrewery boom?
Why was the career of Minnesota's first congresswoman cut short?
Why are Minnesota's pro teams named after the state, not a city?

A protestor confronted riot police on Central Ave Saturday after they made an arrest during the protest in Duluth. , MN on Saturday.

Duluth protests over George Floyd's death called unprecedented

In Duluth, ODs spike as pandemic decreases access to aid
Minnesota judge rules 'Miracle on Ice' player competent to stand trial in assault case
Group proposes bold vision for I-35 in Duluth: Make it a parkway

In this Dec. 16, 2019 photo, Spike Lee arrives at the world premiere of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" in Los Angeles. The nationwide unrest follo

Spike Lee on what's different about these protests

Celebs take to streets for historic demonstrations
Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies
Fox News reporter attacked, chased from demonstration

Corn planting around the U.S. this spring suggests a record crop is going in despite slumping demand and ultralow prices.

Corn prices keep slumping, and Minnesota farmers keep planting more

U.S. farmers will get $16 billion in direct aid because of COVID-19
Long Prairie Packing latest Minnesota meatpacking plant to have COVID-19 outbreak
JBS reopens Worthington plant to kill pigs without processing them

Jack Traxler is a senior on the golf team at Cretin-Derham Hall. Despite balance and vision problems from a brain tumor, he excels at golf.

When a brain tumor cut short his hockey dream, Cretin-Derham Hall student took up golf

Metropolitan State garden experiment helps students sow human connections
Minneapolis Legal Rights Center celebrates 50 years of rebalancing legal disparities
An 8-year-old St. Paul girl is taking her neighborhood on a space walk