Swift show of force in Mpls. pushes out curfew violators

34 minutes ago
After a peaceful day, law enforcement swiftly moved in, using tear gas and making arrests near the Fifth Precinct police station in Minneapolis and the Lake Street/Marshall Avenue Bridge. The intention was to get everyone to leave, a message delivered earlier by Gov. Tim Walz.

Attention turns more to the role of out-of-state rioters

People from all corners of the country have increasingly turned up as the protests have grown in size and violence.

Need help? Want to help? Twin Cities groups offer resources for folks hurt by riots

Nicollet Baseball Park

Reusse: Baseball memories of Lake Street turn to ashes

 Don't Miss
Grim milestone: 1,000 Minnesotans have died from COVID-19

Grim milestone: 1,000 Minnesotans have died from COVID-19

What lives they led. They were spouses, grandparents, siblings. They came from farms and from cities. They were teachers, engineers, homemakers, executives. They fished and sang and danced. They raced motorcycles and made quilts and raised champion dogs. And in the end, they died of COVID-19.
Minnesota has purchased the Bix Produce Co.’s former cold storage facility in St. Paul to use as a temporary morgue, bracing for a peak in COVID-19

Pandemic leads to 20% increase in overall deaths in Minnesota