COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (FOX21) — Protesters gathered despite the rainy conditions at City Hall in Colorado Springs on the eighth consecutive day of protests calling for justice for George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him at the neck.
Follow this story for updates on Sunday’s protests.
Warning: Videos and photos may contain profanity.
Protesters at City Hall passed the megaphone around and people were able to share their thoughts.
On Friday, protests remained peaceful throughout the day and a crowd still remained outside city hall 135 minutes past curfew.
The curfew, issued by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, is in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., which started Wednesday, June 3. It’s set to end Monday, June 8, but could be extended.
Colorado Springs Police are now investigating an incident that occurred at a protest in downtown on Wednesday where a woman was injured after an incident with a Jeep. Police are asking the public for any videos not already shown in the media regarding this incident.
- Norfolk City Council to hear pro-gun group’s proposal to prohibit local gun law changes
- VisitNorfolk receives $10,000 from Virginia Tourism program to promote small businesses
- Newport News to host One City Marathon virtually in 2021
- Virginia DMV offers eligible commercial drivers a chance to renew licenses online
- Sheriff: Florida rapper made music, then killed 2 men in recording studio