Minnesota State Capitol
Security fencing returns to State Capitol ahead of planned protests
The security fence is back up.
Criminal charges possible for woman who drove on State Capitol grounds
She drove on the sidewalk and lawn, and at one point waved a large "Trump 2020" flag out the window.
MN House votes to condemn insurrection and false election claims, 8 GOPers vote against
The resolution condemned violence at the U.S. and state capitols and declared support for 2020 election results.
Amid huge police presence, weekend rallies at state Capitol were tiny and peaceful
Officials across the U.S. remain on alert for possible violence ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.
DPS Commissioner: No credible threats to state Capitol, but ready if something arises
Local and state law enforcement officials have a plan in case a threat arises.
Watch live: Gov. Walz discusses Capitol safety concerns ahead of potential weekend protests
He'll be speaking at noon.
2 events approved for Minnesota State Capitol this weekend
Local, state and federal law enforcement say they're prepared after learning of credible threats of violence in Minnesota and elsewhere on Sunday.
MN House Republicans condemn violence in DC, rhetoric in St. Paul
"Those who made threats of violence at the rally in St. Paul should be investigated and held accountable," the letter states.
DPS prepared for protests, potential violence ahead of Inauguration Day
Commissioner John Harrington says there "are few known active threats" to the Minnesota State Capitol.
'There's going to be casualties': GOP activist speaks in support of insurrection at St. Paul rally
The Minnesota DFL has called on the state's Republican party to remove Alley Waterbury from party leadership following comments at a rally at the state Capitol.
Man who led protest to topple Columbus statue gets community service
This came following a restorative justice process that explored the underlying reasons and impact of the statue's illegal removal.