Disaster Relief: Providing shelter, food, and water: About 75 homes were damaged or destroyed when a suspected powerful tornado ripped through the small town of Forada in west-central Minnesota on Monday. The apparent twister shredded homes along the shore of Maple Lake, which is located on the south side of Forada, which is home to about 160 people about five miles south Alexandri, and toppled trees onto houses in the western city of Marshall and cars flipped over in Douglas County. The aftermath shows devastation, and pictures from the ground reveal metal wrapped around twisted trees and tattered homes. Tens of thousands of people remained without power in Minnesota on Tuesday morning after strong storms left behind destruction.
Amir Locke Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of downtown Minneapolis on Saturday demanding justice in the fatal police shooting of a young Black man, Amir Locke, during a “no-knock” raid on his apartment earlier this week. The boisterous but peaceful crowd, chanting Locke’s name and the slogan “no justice, no peace,” rallied at Government Plaza in Minnesota’s largest city three days after Locke, 22, was shot on his couch by police. The day after the killing, police released video footage from the raid, which showed Locke was holding a gun as he twisted beneath a blanket on his sofa after being roused by Officers moments before he was slain. The warrant was issued in relation to a homicide probe led by detectives from the neighboring Saint Paul Police Department. Locke was not named in the warrant, and Minneapolis police have acknowledged it was unclear how or whether he was connected to that investigation.
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A suburban Minneapolis police officer grabbed her gun instead of her Taser during an arrest and fired a shot that killed a 20-year-old unarmed Daunte Wright.
The details and body-worn camera footage were released Monday by police in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, providing an account of what happened as officers tried to detain Daunte Wright on Sunday following a traffic stop but ended up shooting him. The officer who shot and killed Wright was identified Monday night as Officer Kim Potter, according to a news release from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA).Potter has been with Brooklyn Center police department for 26 years, according to the BCA. "I want to say that our hearts are aching right now, we are in pain right now, and we recognize that this couldn't have happened at a worse time," Mayor Mike Elliot said. "We recognize that this is happening at a time when our community, when all of America, indeed, all of the world watching our community." President Joe Biden called for "peace and calm. An attorney for Wright's family, Ben Crump, called the shooting "entirely preventable" and "inhumane." "As Minneapolis and the rest of the country continue to deal with the tragic killing of George Floyd, now we must also mourn the loss of this young man and fat. Wright was with his girlfriend Sunday afternoon, driving to his older brother's house, when police pulled him over in the Minneapolis suburb for an expired tag, police said. Officers learned he had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant and attempted to handcuff him while he was standing outside his car. Fundraiser
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