St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force ProtestsSPD Chief Holloway: “Officers have a duty to intervene to prevent or stop wrongdoing by another officer when it is safe and reasonable to do so.”
George Floyd To Be Laid To Rest In Houston Tuesday MorningGeorge Floyd to be laid to rest in Houston today morning.
Brands, Gyms Flee CrossFit After CEO Tweets Insensitive Remark About George FloydBrands, Gyms Flee CrossFit After CEO Tweets Insensitive Remark About George Floyd
All Living Former US Presidents Publicly Condemn Racial InjusticeAs the nation attempts to heal from recent racial injustices, all four living former U.S. Presidents publicly condemn recent racial events. 
COVID-19 And Protests: Bay Area Doctor Urges ProtectionCW44's Price McKeon speaks with Dr. Peter Chang from Tampa General Hospital about the risks of protesting in such close proximity without proper protection. 
George Floyd And Some Forms Of Activism His Death InspiredThough some forms of activism seem divided in nature and viewpoint, most seem to agree that violence only hurts the cause.
St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of HopeHer vision for the future includes more than just those marching. "...there is privilege in being white. Use [that] privilege to benefit and to uplift friends who are black. Family members who are black. Communities who have black people in it. That's my hope."
Selena Gomez Recruits Black Leaders To Take Over Her Instagram AccountSelena Gomez recruits black leaders to take over her Instagram account.
Bruce Springsteen Dedicates Eight-Minute Protest Song To George FloydBruce Springsteen dedicates eight-minute protest song to George Floyd.
Tampa Police Chief: 'No One Won Last Night. We Made 68 Arrests.'For almost ten (10) hours on June 2, Tampa Police officers kept protesters safe by blocking traffic as they marched approximately eight (8) miles in and around downtown.
St. Pete Officials To Protesters: 'We Have Some Healing To Do. We Have Some Work To Do.'Protesters and bystanders listened as Mayor Rick Kriseman, local pastors and other St. Pete officials spoke.