Minneapolis

Derek Chauvin, the ex-cop who was seen on video putting a knee in George Floyd's neck, has been arrested.

A white man in Minnesota woke up feeling dumb after losing his office space for not minding his business. On Wednesday (May 28), the owners of Top Figure, a Black-owned Minneapolis-based social media and branding agency, were exercising in the gym of their co-opted professional building when they were approached by Tom Austin, the managing partner of F2 Group, who threatened to call the police on the group because he didn't feel "they belonged." The exchange, which was caught on video and posted by Top Figure to Instagram, shows Austin questioning the three men about their office location before pulling out his phone to call the police. in the caption, the men explain in further detail why the questioning was asinine pointing out that the office space requires key cards to enter any space in the building that can only be obtained by being a tenant in the building.

A third night of protests in Minneapolis erupt, protesting the death of George Floyd. Protestors continued to set fire to more businesses throughout the night as Police were nowhere on the scene.

According KSTP,  a south Minneapolis club owner said Derek Chauvin and George Floyd both worked security at a night club with overlapping shifts up to the end of last year.

Minneapolis fights back after the death of George Floyd.

Ahmaud Arbery's killer may be charged in a hate crime, Central Park "Karen" goes viral after calling the police on a black man, and Minneapolis police officer kills a black man with his knee during an arrest.

Minneapolis Police Department is under fire after a video goes viral of a black man who loses his life during an arrest. 

They claim the 32-year-old was negligent because he was high on marijuana while driving and did not obey the officer's commands.

“Kids love Santa no matter what color you are,” says Larry Jefferson-Gamble.

The scholarship will go to an underprivileged Central High School student who plans to study education or child development.