Plus: mental health evaluation ordered for driver charged in killing of Uptown protester; Biden signs bill making Juneteenth a federal holiday; 31 arrested as Line 3 protests continue; University of St. Thomas reinstates women’s tennis program; and more.
Plus: activists push to let Minnesota medical cannabis patients own guns; protesters gather in Uptown to remember Deona Knajdek; Southwest LRT sees $24 million in unexpected construction costs; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis police move in to clear Uptown intersection where protesters had blocked traffic; St. Paul Public Schools committee calls for end to student suspensions; soon-to-be T-Wolves owner Alex Rodriguez says he plans to keep team in Minnesota; and more.
Plus: protesters gather in Uptown to remember Deona Knajdek; Minneapolis Park Board will cut back on the use of pesticides; owner of Maplewood, Northtown malls files for bankruptcy; and more.
Plus: many Minnesota districts dropping mask mandates for summer school; four drown in separate water-related incidents over weekend; two Twin Cities charter schools vote to unionize; and more.
Plus: Omar says she wasn’t equating terrorists with U.S., Israel; Minnesota Capitol building reopens to visitors; southwest Minnesota high school softball coach goes into labor during game, delivers baby in car; and more.
Plus: 247 Line 3 protesters arrested in northern Minnesota; head of St. Cloud law firm accused of targeting pro-Trump employees for firing; Wisconsin Legislature votes to eliminate a $300-a-week federal unemployment benefit; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Public Schools cancels rest of school year due to extreme heat; teens sue for right to legally carry handguns in Minnesota; Line 3 protesters maintain blockade; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis crews make another attempt to open 38th and Chicago to traffic; Ramsey County sheriff pulls deputies from federal fugitive task force until they’re permitted to wear body cameras; Minnesota unlikely to reach July 1 vaccination goal; and more.
Plus: 14-year-old boy dies after shooting near a graduation party in Woodbury; demonstrators gather for fourth night after shooting death of Winston Smith; St. Paul’s Sunisa Lee finishes second overall at U.S. women’s gymnastics championships; and more.
Plus: activists put up makeshift barriers after Minneapolis attempts to partially re-open George Floyd Square; AG says professor misspent money raised in the name of Philando Castile; high temperature records expected around Minnesota this weekend; and more.
Plus: legislative Republicans renew push to end Walz’s emergency powers; hundreds gather in Minneapolis for funeral of 6-year-old Aniya Allen; one of state’s most successful high school hockey coaches resigns amid investigation; and more.
Plus: Chauvin makes initial appearance in federal court; Mesabi Metallics sues Minnesota over iron ore leases; Twin Cities restaurants offer signing bonuses; and more.
Plus: walleye fishing on Mille Lacs returns to catch-and-release only; mini-State Fair draws 70,000 people; group revives effort to create Black-led credit union in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Republican gubernatorial candidate Jensen part of effort to stop youth vaccinations; St. Paul Mayor Carter delivers annual ‘State of the City’ address; Memorial Day weekend expected to see huge surge in travelers; and more.
Plus: St. Paul man charged in Minneapolis shooting that left two dead, eight injured; Timberwolves minority owner says nothing in pending sales agreement prevents team’s relocation; U of M scientists predict big year for ticks; Wild stay alive in playoffs; and more.
Plus: teen who recorded Floyd’s death speaks out; state Court of Appeals upholds law barring Minnesota felons from voting while on probation; questions remain around policing of this year’s Minnesota State Fair; and more.
Plus: Washington County prosecutor involved in Potter case resigns over ‘vitriol’ and ‘partisan politics’; Grand Old Day won’t return in 2021; members of St. Thomas’ women’s tennis team challenging school’s decision to drop program; and more.
Plus: Rally begins several days of events marking anniversary of George Floyd’s death; families, Minneapolis leaders plead for information on shootings of three children; Hennepin Healthcare staffers call on hospital to look at use of ‘medical force’; and more.
Plus: Ilhan Omar one of three House Democrats to vote against measure to heighten U.S. Capitol security; Minneapolis parks board approves plan to rebuild Bde Maka Ska pavilion; Wild blow lead, fall behind in playoff series; and more.