Even before George Floyd was killed, the south Minneapolis precinct had a reputation for being home to police officers who played by their own rules.
Medaria Arradondo, the city's first black police chief, now finds himself in a harsh national spotlight, the face of a mostly white department that killed another black man.
Organized by the Minneapolis-based advocacy group Black Visions, the event began at Bottineau Field Park, passed by the police union headquarters and ended outside Mayor Jacob Frey's home.
The stencil offers artists another way to show solidarity
Owners and insurance experts estimate the costs of the damage could exceed $500 million. That would make the Twin Cities riots the second-costliest civil disturbance in U.S. history.
A week out from the height of the violence, a fragile calm is descending as neighbors reach for a new normal.
They know what happened to George Floyd, as well as to too many black men and women before him.
Cristo Rey students are graduating into uncertain world, but prepared to shine.
Kmart's liquidation sale stopped soon after it started with discounts ranging from 25% to 75% off merchandise as it wound down to the planned June 30 closure. Instead, the looting and violence that followed the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police accelerated the closing.
Both died of apparent gunshot wounds on Thursday night. One victim's body was found in a car parked near North Memorial Health Hospital.
Fiancé of police-shooting victim feels solidarity.
The swirl of rumors during the arson and looting illustrated how relaying accurate information is crucial for ensuring public trust and safety.
Groups are gathering donations and planning cleanup events.
Gov. Tim Walz said legislators should extend special session work on police reform "until we get it done."
A growing effort emerges to rebuild the Twin Cities and reform the criminal justice system after George Floyd's death.
The city will be watching to see whether infections rise following protests.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights is embarking on its biggest task yet, digging into a decade worth of Minneapolis police procedures, policies and practices.
For many, Friday's protests in St. Paul and Minneapolis were just one of many that they've attended this week in response to the killing of George Floyd.
Wayne Bugg got help to improve his life. Now he's paying it forward as he works to put the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store back together.
The agreement, still needing approval by a judge, arises from a state human rights investigation.