Local and state law enforcement officials have a plan in case a threat arises.
Local, state and federal law enforcement say they're prepared after learning of credible threats of violence in Minnesota and elsewhere on Sunday.
It comes as federal authorities prepare for potentially more violence following the assault on the U.S. Capitol.
Commissioner John Harrington says there "are few known active threats" to the Minnesota State Capitol.
Activists held a press conference Thursday demanding an apology from Gov. Tim Walz and that all charges against protesters be dropped
The group is accused of throwing fireworks at police.
A judge dropped the lesser charge against former officer Derek Chauvin, but upheld all the other charges against the four men.
The 35-year-old from Otsego is also facing a gross misdemeanor charge.
The move was due to the state's COVID-19 restrictions.
The former officer charged in George Floyd's death posted bond Wednesday and was released, prompting the largely peaceful protests in Minneapolis.
One out of three officers involved was indicted, but only for causing damage to a neighboring property, not Taylor's death.
More than 130 were arrested over last week's rioting.
Calls for peace have followed the night of damage and violence.
A chaotic night in downtown Minneapolis.
Three of the four were previously charged.
The school space will allow MTCS to "continue rethinking education."
An organized call for justice for Jacob Blake will be held in Minneapolis Monday evening.
The human rights organization says it identified 125 violations in protests across the U.S.
They included a march to St. Anthony Main and a "Roll 4 Justice."
The Minnesota Freedom Fund was a popular choice for donors after George Floyd's death.
The musician leads the worship at California-based Bethel Church.
False information led to some residents thinking police had shot and killed a teenager.
Thousands have been attending demonstrations.
"Hopefully George is looking down right now and saying this is a great thing that’s happening for our country," the president said.