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Who is Deona Marie Knajdek? Woman, 32 killed at Winston Smith shooting site as man rammed his car into protesters

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA: A man reportedly attacked a group in Minneapolis, Minnesota, while they were protesting at the site where a Black man Winston 'Boogie' Smith was shot dead by police officers. A woman, who was killed when the driver rammed his car at the site has been identified as Deona Marie Knajdek. She was using her car as a blockade according to the reports.
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Two Food Truck Festivals Are Coming To Minnesota

After taking a break last year because of COVID-19, organizers have out together an even bigger and better event this year with two separate events. The first one is The St. Paul Food Truck Festival this Saturday July 17 from 11am-9pm at Union Depot's Lot D. The second event The Anoka Food Truck Festival takes place on August 21 from Noon-10pm in downtown Anoka.
Hopkins, MNfox9.com

Hopkins police search for suspect after woman assaulted on trail

HOPKINS, Minn. (FOX 9) - Hopkins police are searching for a suspect after a woman said she was assaulted on a trail. Police say Thursday at 7 p.m. a woman noticed a teenage boy on a bicycle approach her near the intersection of Lake Street NE and Tyler Avenue N. She told police he followed her as she went on the LRT trail north of 2nd Street NE and east of Highway 169. He then assaulted her on the trail. The woman managed to get away after she screamed for help.
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1 dead, 1 wounded in shooting outside funeral in Minneapolis

A funeral for one of two people killed in a mass shooting outside a Minneapolis nightclub in May resulted in more death when gunfire erupted Friday afternoon. According to Minneapolis Police Department, the shooting was reported at 12:41 p.m. on the 1200 block of West Broadway Avenue in north Minneapolis. More specifically, it happened outside the Shiloh Temple at 1201 West Broadway.
Minneapolis, MNtennesseestar.com

Rep. Ilhan Omar Demands Further Investigation of Minnesota Police Forces

Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN-05) wrote a letter to the United States Attorney General Merrick Garland, asking him to expand the DOJ investigation into Minnesota Police Departments. The investigation was initially requested for the Minneapolis police force after the death of George Floyd in May 2020, but Omar wants the investigation...