Photographer Ashley Canay spends her days capturing the precious moments of people's lives, but as outrage over the death of George Floyd sparked cultural movements, she turned her camera to document history in the making.
A coalition of community activists Monday is calling for the firing of any Los Angeles Police Department employee who created or circulated a Valentine-themed social media post featuring an image of George Floyd that allegedly included the words "You take my breath away."
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving purchased George Floyd’s family a new home, according to former NBA player and close friend of the Floyd family Stephen Jackson.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will stand trial alone in March in the death of George Floyd, while the three other ex-officers charged in the case will go on trial together in late summer.
A Hennepin County District Court judge has granted a motion to join the cases of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd into one case.
The Minneapolis teenager who filmed the police killing of George Floyd is being honored with a prestigious courage award from PEN America, the literary and human rights organization.
A Hennepin County judge has dismissed the third-degree murder charge against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, but denied the defense's motions to dismiss the other charges against him.
The body camera video of George Floyd's previous arrest in 2019 will be released to the public after a Hennepin County judge rejected the state's motion to seal it.
When asked Tuesday about the video of George Floyd’s death, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said it is “obvious” racism persists in the U.S., but the issue of how the country should address it is up to policymakers, not judges.
Derek Chauvin has been released from the Oak Park Heights, Minnesota prison after posting a non-cash bond.
The man accused of setting fire to a Champs Sports store in Tampa during riots and looting back in May appeared in federal court Tuesday.
St. Petersburg police said in July that the city had set aside $3.8 million to hire 25 additional police officers, but instead the department would hire social workers and other trained professionals who could respond to calls for help that did not involve violence.
Christine Meier had never marched before, but there was no better place to start.
Police arrested a man during a June protest in St. Petersburg, alleging he intended to deploy a Molotov cocktail after a peaceful protest. He was arrested a second time, in July, for what police called terrorist activity.
One day after the body camera video from former Minneapolis officer Tou Thao was released, his interrogation by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has been released as well.
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The body camera video from two of the now-fired Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd was released to the public Monday. On Friday, Hennepin County District Court Judge Peter Cahill ordered copies of the footage from officers Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng to be released.
Judge Peter Cahill ruled Friday the that videos from the body cameras of Thomas Lane and J. Kueng taken on the night Floyd died will be made publicly available, though it is unclear how or when the footage will be released.
July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month - a time when the spotlight focuses on historically underserved groups. Bay Area counselors told FOX 13 talking about mental health is crucial to healing.
The hologram will tour the southern U.S., "replacing sites of racist symbols with one of hope and transformation," organizers said.