Plus: appeals court temporarily halts a six-day extension for counting absentee ballots in Wisconsin; NY Times says Trump paid $750 in taxes the year he won the presidency; Twins open MLB playoffs against Houston Astros; and more.
Plus: Pence and Ivanka Trump make visit to north Minneapolis; Minneapolis police face off with protesters in downtown Minneapolis; Wisconsin’s daily COVID-19 case count hits second-highest total ever; and more.
Plus: COVID outbreak prompts warnings from Minnesota health officials about Halloween; Metro Transit workers authorize union to call potential strike; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota to make election day paid holiday; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Council votes to move forward with guaranteed basic income project; Minnesota man accused of joining Islamic State returns to face terrorism charges; Minneapolis ends lease negotiations for temporary 3rd Precinct police HQ; and more
Plus: Minneapolis Council members air frustrations over city’s crime spike; state seeking volunteers for COVID antibody testing; Minnesota State High School League set to reconsider restarting football and volleyball this fall; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell returns to work after recovering from COVID-19; Deluxe moving HQ to downtown Minneapolis; South Dakota AG being investigated after hitting, killing man with car; and more.
Plus: family of George Floyd launches George Floyd Memorial Foundation; Big Ten leaders punt on making football decision; Wisconsin sets single-day record for coronavirus cases; Ed Asner hangs out in Spring Grove; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Public Radio’s only Black classical music host is fired; U of M to cut several men’s sports; statewide police group pulls endorsements of Democratic state legislators; and more.
Plus: UW-Madison moving all classes online; McCollum questions Carter’s plan to use federal CARES Act funding for pilot program; MyPillow’s Mike Lindell threatens ‘legal redress’ over interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper; and more.
Plus: Winona State University quarantines itself for two weeks; Rochester man dies after falling from cliff in northeastern Minnesota; fired Hagedorn staffer’s audio recordings shed more light on mail controversy; and more.
Plus: many students returning to school buildings Tuesday for the first time since the spring; Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association condemns inclusion of St. Paul candidate in DFL fundraiser; plan to rehab Kenilworth channel moving forward; and more.
Plus: Jill Biden, Donald Trump Jr. to make campaign stops in Minnesota; Minneapolis authorities still looking at rash of racial attacks in wake of Floyd killing; Jimmy Jam’s former Lake Minnetonka mansion razed; and more.
Plus: In Kenosha, Trump blames ‘far-left politicians’ for violence; state aims to quickly distribute $300 unemployment add-on; U of M to restrict movement of students returning to campuses; and more.
Plus: ten more felony charges filed in connection with looting in downtown Minneapolis; suit reveals Big 10 presidents voted 11-3 against playing football; DNR asks Minnesotans to be on the lookout for invasive ‘jumping worms’; and more.
Plus: protesters gather in downtown Minneapolis; Wisconsin officials oppose Trump’s plan to visit Kenosha; Dean Phillips reports break-in at Minnetonka campaign office; and more.