9 new retailers moving in to Mall of America's Community Commons
The vendors get to operate rent-free at the megamall for the first few months.
New video, body cam footage shows police beating prone Jaleel Stallings
Stallings' attorney, Eric Rice, made the video public Monday.
Rochester woman who helped suspected arsonist husband escape pleads guilty
The two were arrested in Mexico months after the civil unrest in the Twin Cities.
Wayzata man gets prison for arson of Wells Fargo during riots
Marc Bell Gonzales was sentenced in U.S. District Court Wednesday.
Richfield man sentenced for role in arson at Target HQ in Minneapolis
He'll face more than two years in federal prison.
Monticello man sentenced to federal prison for Wells Fargo arson
He admitted to throwing items on the fire in hopes of making the building burn faster.
Minneapolis City Council committee votes not to provide Bob Kroll defense in lawsuits
On Wednesday, the Policy and Government Oversight Committee voted to deny Kroll indemnification in four lawsuits he is named in.
St. Paul man gets prison, ordered to pay $12M for burning of 3rd Police Precinct
He was among four Minnesota men charged in connection to the fires at the Third Precinct following George Floyd's murder.
Brainerd man sentenced to 4 years in prison for arson at Third Precinct
He's also ordered to pay $12 million in restitution.
Ramsey County sheriff, county manager quarrel over civil unrest funding
Sheriff Bob Fletcher has been in a dispute with the county manager over the reimbursement.
Walz: Demobilization of troops, police to happen 'as quickly as possible'
It's unclear just when troops and police will pull out of the Twin Cities.
Facebook labels Minneapolis 'high-risk,' will remove posts that incite violence
Facebook will remove posts that call for weapons to be brought to Minneapolis and anything that celebrates George Floyd's death.
Police back off on 5th night of protests in Brooklyn Center
No tear gas or any other crowd control munitions were used.
LIVE UPDATES: Protesters, police clash in Brooklyn Center
Tracking Monday night's clashing between law enforcement and demonstrators.
Curfew ordered for Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota and Anoka counties
The curfew is in place until 6 a.m. Tuesday.
Affordable housing, bank planned for Wells Fargo site damaged in May riots
The bank branch was demolished last month after being heavily damaged in the riots last May.
2 on the run following St. Paul arsons arrested in Mexico
They've been sought since the civil unrest following the killing of George Floyd.
Restaurant sues Minneapolis, claims it allowed destruction after Floyd's death
This lawsuit is the first one against Mayor Frey and the City of Minneapolis for property damage related to the civil unrest last summer.
Riot-damaged Cub Foods off Lake Street in Minneapolis reopens
The store features a global market and other departments designed to better serve the community.
Walz authorizes National Guard to assist with George Floyd trials safety
The potential for unrest has sparked arguments between leading lawmakers this week.
2 men plead guilty to arson at Target headquarters in Minneapolis
The two men were charged in the Aug. 26, 2020, arson that happened following false rumors about a police shooting.