Plus: charging decision on Brooklyn Center police officer expected Wednesday; defense witness testifies that Chauvin did not use ‘deadly force’ against Floyd; Ramsey Middle School students, staff pitch St. Paul board on changing school’s name; and more.
Plus: officer involved in shooting identified; Brooklyn Center gives mayor ‘command authority’ over police department; defense expected to start calling witnesses in Chauvin trial; and more.
Plus: defense is expected to start making its case to jurors this week in Chauvin trial; street racers shut down traffic in Minneapolis’ Lowry Hill Tunnel; Minnesota colleges and universities weigh requiring vaccines for students returning in the fall; and more.
Plus: Eagan residents balking at plan to remove trash receptacles from neighborhood parks; St. Cloud State makes NCAA title game in men’s hockey; new Prince album to be released in July; and more.
Plus: man who performed Floyd’s autopsy could testify as soon as Thursday; Minneapolis voters to face ballot question on giving mayor more authority; self-described member of ‘Boogaloo Bois’ from St. Cloud charged with illegal possession of machine gun; and more.
Plus: Minnesota legislators present different plans for changing state election laws; 25 days of COVID-19 case growth in Minnesota; 10-year-old boy takes minivan to buy Cheerios in Stillwater; and more.
Plus: state officials concern about growing number of COVID-19 cases in schools; report details pandemic’s economic impact on Minnesota breweries; Cher apologizes for tweet about George Floyd; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Legislature faces pressure to close a loophole in state’s criminal sexual conduct statute; business push back on plan to remove on-street parking from Hennepin Avenue in Uptown; Delta cancels flights due to staff shortages; and more.
Plus: seating capacities expanding at various Minnesota venues; state joins effort to seek refunds, loan cancellations for former ITT Technical Institute students; proposed plaque would honor first Black professional baseball player’s time in Stillwater; and more.
Plus: more students of color in Minnesota choosing distance learning; DFL leader says state House will vote on recreational marijuana by end of session; Twins open season at Milwaukee; and more.
Plus: judge rules against Hill Murray hockey players who sued to play in boys state high school hockey tournament; report finds 2020 was most profitable year in nearly a decade for Minnesota farmers; Walz and Pawlenty get vaccinated side by side; and more.
Plus: Bush Foundation pledges $100 million to close racial wealth gaps; one killed and one injured in Dinkytown shooting; Hennepin County sees record number of fatal overdoses from opioids or methamphetamines in 2020; and more.
Plus: family of George Floyd hosts Minneapolis vigil on eve of trial; mass tort case over 3M earplugs begins in Florida; three Minnesota teams make NCAA men’s Frozen Four; and more.
Plus: singer Sean Tillmann issues public apology after accusations of sexual assault; state Senate approves money to help municipal utilities address cost of natural gas spikes; why homeowner insurance premiums in Minnesota have tripled in the past 15 years; and more.
Plus: legislators call for opening U.S.-Canadian border; Klobuchar defends voting rights bill against GOP criticism; MyPillow’s Lindell previews his new social-media site; and more.
Plus: more than 80 Black leaders announce new effort to address racial inequities; Ramsey County unveils new Economic Competitiveness and Inclusion Plan; Twin Cities Marathon to return in 2021; and more.
Plus: U of M hires Xavier assistant as new Gopher men’s basketball coach; U.S. Supreme Court declines to take up appeal of Minnesota man serving two life sentences; southern Minnesota man charged with stealing 20 cases of Girl Scout cookies; and more.
Plus: lawmakers look to give Minnesota cities power to protect pollinators; Minneapolis to lose Canadian Pacific Railway’s U.S. headquarters after merger; all five Division I hockey programs in Minnesota make NCAA tournament; and more.
Plus: Chauvin trial judge expected to rule Friday on motions to delay, change venue; video captures clash between Minneapolis police and encampment residents; Minnesota likely to extend state tax filing deadline; and more.
Plus: two more jurors seated for Chauvin trial; bill to restore toppled Christopher Columbus statue headed to state Senate floor; White Earth Nation doubles minimum wage; and more.