Family members of George Floyd called for justice following Friday’s pre-trial motion hearing for the four fired Minneapolis police officers charged in connection to Floyd’s death.
Authorities tightened security around the Hennepin County Family Justice Center in downtown Minneapolis Friday morning in anticipation of protests following the pre-trial hearing for the four former police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
All four former Minneapolis police officers charged in connection to the death of George Floyd will be in Hennepin County District Court Friday for a motion hearing in the case. This will be the first time Derek Chauvin appears in court in-person after making his previous appearances over a video feed from the Oak Park Heights prison.
Four Minnesota men are now federally indicted in connection to the arson of the Minneapolis Police Department's Third Precinct, which was damaged during the riots following the death of George Floyd.
A vandal spray painted George Floyd’s mural outside his 38th and Chicago mural Wednesday, prompting bystanders to catch and question him, according to a report.
In a new filing in the case against a now-fired Minneapolis police officer involved in the killing of George Floyd, the officer’s attorney alleged that Floyd overdosed on fentanyl while resisting arrest and in doing so contributed to his own death, arguing the charges against the officer should be dropped.
The brothers of George Floyd led a moment of silence in the early moments of the Democratic National Convention for the man whose death sparked a national movement on racial injustice.
President Donald Trump’s campaign team wanted to have the president visit south Minneapolis Monday during his trip to Minnesota, multiple sources in government and law enforcement say. Gov. Tim Walz says he spent the weekend telling the White House why it was a “really bad idea.”
One day after the body camera video from former Minneapolis officer Tou Thao was released, his interrogation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has been released as well.
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The body camera video from two of the now-fired Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd was released to the public Monday. On Friday, Hennepin County District Court Judge Peter Cahill ordered copies of the footage from officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng to be released.
The reopening of a Goodwill store in St. Paul's Midway neighborhood is just one of the signs of hope and resiliency after riots in May.
California lawmakers are pushing to enact nearly a dozen policing reform laws driven by nationwide outrage and protests after George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis in May. Lawmakers have until Aug. 31 to approve and send legislation to Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Judge Peter Cahill ruled Friday the that videos from the body cameras of Thomas Lane and J. Kueng taken on the night Floyd died will be made publicly available, though it is unclear how or when the footage will be released.
The hologram will tour the southern U.S., "replacing sites of racist symbols with one of hope and transformation," organizers said.
Police declared a riot Saturday afternoon after another day of peaceful protest was hijacked by looters who injured 21 police officers, lit "explosive" fires and caused widespread damage in the city's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Protesters and journalists in U.S. cities including Portland, Oregon, must be able to take part in peaceful demonstrations without risking arbitrary arrest, detention, the unnecessary use of force or other rights violations, the U.N. human rights office said Friday.
The mayor of Portland, Oregon, was tear gassed by federal agents late Wednesday as he stood with protesters at a fence guarding a federal courthouse.
Officer Richard Nicoletti, 35, has been charged with three counts of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, official oppression, and one count of possession of an instrument of crime.
President Donald Trump believes St. Louis’ top prosecutor committed an “egregious abuse of power” in charging a couple who displayed guns during a protest outside their mansion.