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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.
Changes come as retail and restaurant customers in Minneapolis must start wearing masks Tuesday night.
Problems surfaced almost immediately: Test samples were ruined because they were not stored in coolers, and oral swabs were used instead of nasal ones.
In sticking with the routines they've developed, they say they're doing their part to help medical workers, flatten the curve and reduce the spread.
As of Monday, state health workers had confirmed 194 COVID-19 cases among workers at the Pilgrim's Pride poultry processing plant — more than double the 83 cases just four days ago.
Increased testing among local processing plant workers has established the central Minnesota community as a COVID-19 hot zone.
For many, the weeks in quarantine have instilled a sense of concern — or fear — that won't be easy to shed.
It was David Goulette’s rich bass singing voice that first caught Carol Carver’s ear at a choir audition decades ago. It was his almost-heavenly organ…