Plus: Recreational marijuana bill signed into law; affordable housing project in Edina draws scrutiny; DFL House Speaker Melissa Hortman counts the reasons why people might choose to move to Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis city attorney says Frey can’t veto council’s rent control motion; Minnesota students competing in Scripp’s spelling bee; woman injured by bear; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz issues first veto following legislative session; U.S. Supreme Court sides with Minnesota woman over property rights; state regulators hope to begin issuing retail licenses for legal marijuana sales a year from now; and more.
Plus: Twin Cities musicians remember Tina Turner; right-to-repair; man charged with setting fire to apartment building while blasting Billy Joel; and more.
Plus: Legislature puts $41 million toward helping unhoused youth; southwestern Minnesota deals with wind energy transmission traffic jam; two young men plead guilty to carjacking and kidnapping; and more.
Plus: Controversial nurse staffing levels removed from legislation; Target’s return policy; Minneapolis Park Board announces movies in the park lineup; and more.
Plus: Uber and Lyft drivers celebrate passage of minimum wage legislation; Rep. Dean Phillips decries ‘gerontocracy’ in The Daily Beast; Minnesota ranks low compared to other states when it comes to reckless drivers on the road; and more.
Plus: What’s going on with Keg and Case; Minnesota needs more tech workers; air quality alert; and most popular baby names.
Plus: Fire at mosque in St. Paul suspected to be act of arson; woman and her diamond ring reunited 13 years after it was flushed down toilet; witness to George Floyd’s murder sues Minneapolis; MDH sounds alarm about xylazine; state announces details of settlement with Juul and Altria; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Park Board considers canceling regional trail status for Midtown Greenway; Gov. Tim Walz signs bill to get rid of lead water pipes; Uber solicits customers’ help in changing legislation; and more.
Plus: Air quality alert for northern Minnesota; DFL leaders to hold emergency meeting following chaotic Minneapolis endorsing convention; two men plead guilty in attack of trans woman at light-rail station; and more.
Plus: Highway 68 closes after mudslide; Minneapolis Public Schools wants to bring back school librarians; Joey Gallo homer against the Cubs defies technology tracking system; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Park Board wants to improve parkways; bill would transfer west central Minnesota state park land to Dakota; proposed legislation would effectively bar active shooter trainings in Minnesota schools; and more.
Plus: St. Paul considers more separated bike lanes; the components of “Minnesota Nice”; cattle collateral; and more.
Plus: Minnesota lawmakers close in on agreement over no-knock warrants; law enforcement officials plan to crack down on street racing this summer; Amazon abandons plans to enter Twin Cities grocery market; and more.
Plus: High school athlete killed in vehicle crash; Minneapolis Park Board wants vehicles to stop driving through Folwell Park; bear sighting in Minneapolis part of a larger trend; and more.
Plus: ‘Combined worldwide reporting’ tax appears to be dead; black bear shot in north Minneapolis; Harding High School teacher is Minnesota’s 2023 Teacher of the Year; and more.
Plus: Prosecutor wants St. Olaf student charged with threats back in Minnesota; Hamline-Midway library fight heats up; 3M will sell Park Rapids conference center; and more.
Plus: Store closures could free up retail space; Taste of Minnesota is coming back; not all e-waste is recycled; and more.
Plus: U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber holds mining hearing on Iron Range; state senator’s shirtless appearance goes viral; wildlife biologist confronts bear in northern Minnesota; and more.