'There are so many things that upset me with this text.'
The Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association wants the book removed.
The City Council passed a resolution Friday that will establish a truth and reconciliation process to address ongoing inequities among Black and Indigenous residents.
Someone daubed a Swastika and 'Trump 2020' on the sign.
The survey was aimed at learning more about COVID-19's spread in Minnesota.
The incident happened on a nature trail Saturday afternoon.
The Vikings open the season against the Packers on Sunday at noon.
The NBA had previously suspended Focke after the Twitter incident.
The group says the language is "deeply harmful" to Asian American communities in Minnesota.
The Wilfs issued a statement after Vikings players had an hours-long discussion.
Focke said he "mistyped," using the N-word instead of "Nuggets."
Focke said he said he made an error as he typed the word "Nuggets."
The arbitrator found in favor of officer Mark Bohnsack, who is allowed to resume his job after a suspension.
The officer won his job back in arbitration, which has the mayor calling for change to the process.
The district hasn't said if it is considering a name change or not.
The store initially posted to Facebook Friday saying it was hacked.
The chamber passed a resolution Monday saying it'll work to dismantle racism in the state.
The man's preliminary breath test was more than double the legal limit.
Earle Brown's name is used on several city buildings and sites.
The alleged incident took place on the evening of July 1.
The post drew the attention of Native Lives Matter.
An incident with a former employee two years ago was shared this past week.