The Strib’s Neal St. Anthony reports the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced $10 million in Main Street revitalization grants for Minneapolis corridors to rebuild after George Floyd’s death.
Susan Du of the Star Tribune writes Minneapolis City Attorneys claim that the City Council doesn’t have the power to halt evictions from homeless encampments.
WCCO TV’s Dave Schuman reports about how social workers will become embedded in Minneapolis Police Precincts.
Sarah Thamer, MPR’s Sarah Thamer reports a Cedar-Riverside resource has been opened for Afghan refugees.
KARE 11’s Kent Urdahl reported that traffic has returned, but is not driven by commutes to work.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s Cynthia Maya reports Black Garnet Books, the state’s first Black-owned bookstore, opened in St. Paul’s Hamline-Midway neighbourhood.