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May 31, 2020

Minneapolis residents step up to protect their neighborhoods from Little Earth to Longfellow
Residents have galvanized to try to stop the violence from reaching more businesses and their streets.... Read More

Duluth protests over George Floyd's death called unprecedented
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Walz: Minnesota attorney general to take lead in Floyd case
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said Sunday that the state's attorney general will take the lead in any prosecutions related to the death of George Floyd, a black man who was in handcuffs when a Minneapolis police officer pressed his knee into his neck as he pleaded that he couldn't breathe.... Read More

Tanker truck barrels into thousands of protesters marching on I-35W
A tanker truck barrelled north through a crowd of thousands of protesters marching on the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis just before 6 p.m. Minneapolis police surrounded the tanker after it stopped in the middle of the bridge and took the driver into custody.... Read More

Coronavirus pandemic is stopping some heart patients from seeking care
People experiencing signs of possible heart attack like chest pain and shortness of breath should contact their doctor, call 911 or go to the emergency room — even in the middle of the pandemic.... Read More

Massive show of force shifted momentum on streets
No significant injuries or major fires were reported on second night of curfew — the fifth night of unrest after the death of George Floyd in police custody on Monday. Saturday was "a day filled with tension unlike any other in Minnesota," Gov. Tim Walz said.... Read More

What you need to know about the extended Twin Cities curfew order
We looked up the rules from those who are exempted to what's allowed during curfew.... Read More

Star Tribune staff: Our favorite sporting events ever
This is Part 1 of a series in which members of the Star Tribune sports staff write about the favorite games they've covered. We're starting with college basketball.... Read More

Momentum builds as number, spirit and variety of Floyd protests grows
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Minnesota church attendance starts slowly this weekend
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Most of those arrested after curfew are Minnesotans, jail data shows
Most of those arrested in Hennepin County during Saturday's protests were Minnesotans, not those from outside the state.... Read More

Amid protests, 'sick and tired' group of friends dashes through streets with medical help
In effort to show solidarity, they march with protesters.... Read More

After four nights without police presence, neighborhoods protect themselves
Days of violence and damage led up to Saturday.... Read More

Minnesota health officials report 14 more coronavirus deaths, 664 newly-confirmed cases
Close contact at demonstrations in Minnesota and elsewhere sparks concern among officials of increased virus spread — but it's too early to tell.... Read More

Fewer N95 masks mean fewer appointments for Minnesota dentists
A persistent lack of masks and other PPE is a major limiting factor in dental offices returning to full scheduling.... Read More

Need help? Want to help? Twin Cities groups offer resources for folks hurt by riots
Groups are gathering donations and planning cleanup events Sunday.... Read More

As crowds swell and destruction mounts, attention turns to out-of-state rioters
People from all corners of the country have increasingly turned up as the protests have grown in size and violence.... Read More

Young people need mentors like Larry McKenzie to work through traumatic times
The legendary North High boys' basketball coach keeps replaying the video of George Floyd in his mind. "That could've been me. That could've been my son. That could've been any of my players."... Read More

Show of force scatters curfew violators in Minneapolis
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.... Read More

Before nightfall, Minneapolis residents debated what was safer: staying or going
From hoses to garbage cans, residents across the Twin Cities prepared Saturday for destruction reaching their neighborhoods.... Read More

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