Justice Dept.: Sedition charge may apply to protest violence

Black scientists call out racism in the field and counter it

Vikings to honor family of George Floyd at season opener

Lawyers for ex-cops raise Floyd's history of crime, drug use

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in court facing tax fraud charges

Jacob Blake speaks out for first time since police shooting
Summer of protest: Chance for change, but obstacles exposed
QAnon conspiracy emerges in some state legislative races including Minnesota
Solidarity March in Rochester
Unions threaten work stoppages amid calls for racial justice

Alleged Boogaloo members face terrorism charges in Minnesota

NY attorney general to form grand jury after Prude death

BLM rallies, memorial for man killed in Portland shooting

Racial tensions roiling US pose target for election meddling

Postal chief DeJoy has long leveraged connections, dollars

Rochester Community talks race, police and healing

Defense lawyer in George Floyd case requests change of venue for trial

Prosecutors depict ex-officer as complicit in Floyd's death

Decades later, Sharpton still insists: No justice, no peace

Four indicted in connection to Minneapolis Police Third Precinct arson

Floyd's death sparks new activism among communities of color

Police investigate after car drives through Iowa protesters

Aunt, grandmother came on fatal shooting scene by chance

George Floyd mural defaced in Minneapolis

DFL House candidate apologizes for rally language

Local teens talk with man seen writing divisive message on mural

Chief: Protesters vandalize Minneapolis police precinct

New push on training officers how to stop abuse in own ranks

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Despite policies on the books for years that require officers across the United States to stop colleagues from using excessive force, there has been little or no effort to teach officers how to intervene, law enforcement officials and experts say.

Ex-cop's video captures crowd's horror during Floyd arrest

More body camera video in George Floyd arrest made public

Activist charged in toppling of Minnesota Columbus statue

VIDEO: Civil rights attorney and NPA spokesperson react to new George Floyd video

Officers' body camera video in Floyd case released to public

People come together in Rochester for 'Pray on MLK' event

States race to pass policing reforms after Floyd's death

Judge allows media and public to have access to police body camera video of George Floyd's arrest

George Floyd's family gathers in Virginia to unveil hologram

Charter commission to vote on amendment to replace Minneapolis Police Department

City to vote on renaming part of avenue near Floyd memorial

Minneapolis panel rejects proposal to remove police minimum

Barr defends aggressive federal response to protests

Barr to condemn rioting at much anticipated House hearing

Businesses burned in Floyd upheaval weigh next steps

Minneapolis council shifts police media duties to city staff

Gov. Walz signs police accountability bill Thursday

Body found in Minneapolis pawn shop that burned during riots

Minnesota lawmakers ban neck restraints after Floyd's death

Workers protest racial inequality on day of national strike

How the Black Lives Matter generation remembers John Lewis

Police contracts can stand in the way of accountability

Rochester Go Red For Women Gala goes Virtual
Double Homicide Investigation Latest
ACT to offer remote proctoring by Winter
Mayo Clinic launches COVID-19 tracking tool, features county level data