Police were called to the memorial site on Tuesday in response to reports of gunfire near the location where George Floyd was killed by former cop Derek Chauvin exactly one year ago.

Many feel that Chauvin's guilty verdict could launch massive reform in policing across the country, but with the simultaneous killing of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant, there is undoubtedly more work left to do.

Elected officials updated the regional curfew to exempt those traveling to and from prayer.

Arradondo's testimony, which opened week two of the trial, took the stand against Chauvin to examine his training as an officer and his use of excessive force.

Lawyers on both sides are weighing whether a $27 million civil settlement announced last week between Floyd's family and the city of Minneapolis, will derail their intended outcome of the trial.

Minneapolis City Council members reached the settlement on Friday, marking the largest police settlement in the city's history.

Prosecutors recently impaneled a grand jury and interviewed fresh witnesses in the ongoing investigation into Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis officer who kneeled on Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes.

Derek Chauvin reportedly agreed to plead guilty to third-degree murder which warranted at least 10-years in prison.

The ex-cop who kneeled on George Floyd's neck stripping him of life and dignity, will be tried separately from the three officers accused of aiding and abetting.

On Thursday police released bodycam footage of the fatal shooting and identified the victim as a 23-year-old Black man named Dolal Idd.

A white officer was filmed using excessive force by kneeling on a bystander's back and reportedly dislocating the man's shoulder during a December 4 incident.

A judge upheld the most serious murder charge against Derek Chauvin, the now-fired Minneapolis police officer who used his knee to apply deadly pressure to George Floyd's neck earlier this year. A lesser charge was dismissed, though.