Chauvin pleads guilty to federal civil rights charges in 2 cases
Prosecutors said he violated the rights of both George Floyd and, in 2017, a 14-year-old boy.
Chauvin will change his 'not guilty' plea in federal civil rights case
He'd previously pleaded not guilty in the case.
State settles sexual harassment cases with Renaissance Festival, 2 others
The state says the three businesses didn't have or didn't implement policies to prevent sexual assault and harassment.
Rev. Al Sharpton to lead George Floyd remembrance rally in Mpls
The anniversary of Floyd's death is May 25.
Vikings to honor Floyd family, promote social justice during opener
The Vikings open the season against the Packers on Sunday at noon.
Vikings players, coaches reignite social justice discussion
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3 months since George Floyd's death, anger over Kenosha police shooting
An organized call for justice for Jacob Blake will be held in Minneapolis Monday evening.
MN Supreme Court rules in favor of employment protections for unpaid interns, students
The case stemmed from a St. Mary's University doctoral student's experience at a practicum.
Burning continues in Twin Cities, with new fires starting Friday
Parts of south Minneapolis look like a war zone.
Feds promise 'robust investigation' into George Floyd's death
U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald, the Justice Department and FBI are investigating whether officers broke civil rights laws.
Rev. Al Sharpton arriving in MN to address George Floyd death
The civil rights leader will speak near the site of Floyd's arrest.
Pioneering former St. Paul City Council president dies at 79
Bill Wilson was the first African American elected to the city council.