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What happens in the city's drinking establishments over the next several weeks could have a real impact on the size and scope of an expected second wave of the coronavirus.
Each morning for more than 25 years, a beaming Don Hartzell greeted his students as they poured through the front doors of North Branch Elementary…
6-acre array, nearby plant could generate power for thousands of homes.
A crowd of several hundred gathered in downtown Minneapolis for two back-to-back protests calling for an end to police brutality and racism.
Neighbors and community leaders are discussing ways. Possibilities include a traffic roundabout, a peace garden or perhaps a sculpture.
The buses have started again, with plans to restart light-rail service Thursday, even as curfews have been extended until Friday morning.
And at the area where Floyd was pinned under an officer's knee, flowers and a mural now memorialize him.
Summit Avenue was swarming with thousands of peaceful protesters Monday afternoon as they demanded all four officers involved in the killing of George Floyd be jailed and prosecuted.
Hundreds in downtown Minneapolis ignored the curfew and were met with police lines and tear gas. Earlier, officials warned of continued arson attacks, after several caches of flammable materials were found in neighborhoods.
Freeman attempts to succeed a second time at what has been an exceedingly rare result — convincing a jury to convict an officer of murder.