The governor said that some Minnesotans do not believe that justice has been served in the case of George Floyd's death.
One of the officers fired earlier this week in the killing of George Floyd was taken into custody Friday afternoon and charged by the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, according to Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
Numerous businesses in the Dinkytown area were boarded up to avoid theft: TCF Bank, the Target Express, Dinkytown Wine & Spirits and Al’s Breakfast were among the shuttered properties
While the protest started out peacefully, demonstrators and police officers clashed in the rainy night outside the Minneapolis Police Department 3rd Precinct building.
Jory Wiebrand was charged with sexual assault and kidnapping from an incident in Marcy-Holmes last February.
Episode 57: How the pandemic changed University life, plus an interview with College Jeopardy! champion Nibir Sarma
In the final episode of the spring 2020 semester, all three reporters of "In the Know" examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the lives of students, reflect on their favorite stories of the year and discuss how students have gathered around one student after he won College Jeopardy!
Stuck at home and unemployed, some students seek out sugar dating for companionship, financial support
When Sarah* got laid off from her full-time job due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she figured she may as well try getting paid to date online.
A couple of University professors talk about how to maintain a healthy relationship during a pandemic, whether miles apart or stuck in the same apartment.
Closures, delays and contagion: How UMN’s 1918 influenza pandemic response mirrors COVID-19 efforts today
A century later, the COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to look eerily similar to the 1918 influenza outbreak.
Following the lead of Duluth, the Twin Cities campus is drafting its own land acknowledgment statement.