A group of vandals was captured on video spray painting a slogan linked to a white supremacist group onto the storefront of the Hmong Cultural Center Museum in St. Paul, Minnesota.
‘Whitewashing’: Mark Pfeifer, program director of the cultural center, discovered the vandalism when he came to work on Wednesday morning, according to Twin Cities. He then informed his colleagues through a message that their storefront was “whitewashed” with a “possible white supremacist message.”
Hmong American Olympian Sunisa “Suni” Lee received a parade in St. Paul, Minn., after returning home from the 2020 Tokyo Games with three medals.
Welcome home: Crowds gathered at White Bear Avenue in St. Paul on Sunday as Lee, 18, rode atop a fire truck to a ceremony outside Aldrich Arena in Maplewood to celebrate her success at the Olympics, according to MPR News.
A man from Maplewood, Minn., has been charged with attempted kidnapping after allegedly chasing children and grabbing them last week.
What you need to know: The attempted kidnapping allegedly occurred on Agate Street in St. Paul at around 3:20 p.m. on July 9. The suspect, identified as Sun Oo, 31, is accused of targeting three children aged 6, 9 and 11.
Police in Bloomington, Minnesota are asking for help to find an Asian man listed as an endangered missing person.
David Shibata, 73, left his home on foot around 11 p.m. on Wednesday and traveled in an unknown direction.
A Minnesota man who was bailed out twice by the Minnesota Freedom Fund has been arrested again and is now facing charges for alleged possession of firearms and a controlled substance.
New charges: Thomas Moseley, 29, was arrested for the third time on Jan. 27 and is facing three new felony counts of fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm, according to the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office via Fox News.
A district judge in Minnesota has rejected a divorce settlement between former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin and his wife.
Minneapolis police officer Tou Thao, alongside officers Alexander Kueng and Thomas Lane, will remain charged in relation to the fatal arrest of George Floyd back in May.
Charges remain: Judge Peter Cahill refused to drop charges against the three defendants in connection to the high profile murder, KARE11 reported.
An unidentified man was captured on video assaulting an Asian American photojournalist during a Trump rally in Duluth, Minnesota, on Sept. 30.
The attack: Photojournalist Dymanh Chhoun was on an assignment to gather reactions at the rally for local CBS affiliate WCCO-TV when the attack occurred, the station reported.
A Minnesota family is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the driver behind a fatal hit-and-run.
Choulykor Vue, 26, was on a walk with his girlfriend around 8:30 p.m. last Saturday when he was struck by a speeding car and suffered severe head trauma.
A man of Chinese descent has been targeted in a potential hate speech attack after racists sprawled “China Virus” in his front lawn using what he believes to be some type of fertilizer.
David Chao described to ABC 6 News what happened at his home in Austin, Minnesota as “dehumanizing and demeaning.”
The four officers involved in George Floyd’s death, which has sparked a rise in protests throughout the U.S., have been charged.
The importance: Derek Chauvin, the man who put Floyd in an unauthorized chokehold and eventually killed him on May 25, was fired on the day after but hadn’t been charged yet. The three other officers, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng have also officially been acknowledged as accessories to the murder and will be taken into custody.
As protests hit the streets nationwide over George Floyd and support for the Black Lives Matter movement, so have the string of looting and crimes against small businesses.
Asian businesses in six locations across the U.S. were struck by looters and vandals days after his death.