Plus: Appeals court rules University of Minnesota Duluth coach was not fired for her sexual orientation; drought conditions improve slightly; state troopers will provide reinforcements in Minneapolis indefinitely; and more.
Plus: Voter turnout was ‘relatively strong’ in Tuesday’s primary; U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips asks Democrats and Independents to help Rep. Liz Cheney in Wyoming; wellness initiative created to address PTSD in law enforcement; and more.
Plus: U.S. Postal Service struggles; the National Weather Service details where the heaviest rain fell over the weekend; a St. Joseph company tries out small electric vehicles for trips around town; and more.
Plus: Five Black women hope to win primaries for a chance to serve in the Minnesota Senate; jury selection begins in Minneapolis in a 1993 cold case; the 2023 fishing opener will be in the Mankato-Madison Lake area; and more.
Plus: Voter who voted twice in the 2020 election faces charges in Hennepin County; gas prices in Minnesota are below $4; and weighing a self-defense claim in the Apple River stabbing case.
Plus: Minnesota Teacher of the Year Natalia Benjamin has left the classroom; June and July fourth driest on record; the purple carrot-seed moth invades Minnesota; and more.
Plus: a heat index in Hutchinson of 115 degrees; no confidence votes by nurses at Twin Cities hospitals; a season-ending knee injury for Paige Bueckers; and more.
Plus: a petroleum leak at the University of Minnesota; houses made of hemp; legal action against foreign robocalls; and more.
Plus: Much of Minnesota to be under a heat advisory Tuesday afternoon; GOP guv candidate Jensen now says he supports abortion rights for victims of rape and incest; Wild superstar Kirill Kaprizov back in the U.S.; and more.
Plus: Lawsuit over pharmacist’s refusal to fill emergency contraception prescription goes to trial in northern Minnesota; workers at Minneapolis Starbucks location join nationwide strike; Keewatin to get new U.S. Steel plant; and more.
Plus: Co-owner of popular Twin Cities food truck sues for defamation over social media post; AG candidate Wardlow pledges to “wage war” on Minnesota’s abortion laws; Walz promotes 10-year plan to boost Minnesota’s economy; and more.
Plus: Fliers promoting ‘virulently antisemitic group’ distributed around Twin Cities; ND’s only abortion clinic preparing for what could be final day; 7% of Minnesota’s eligible preschool-age children have received first COVID shots so far; and more.
Plus: Groups launch push to get city of Minneapolis to provide direct funding for abortion access; Hennepin County judge rejects motion to dismiss giant Chinese internet retailer as defendant in lawsuit brought by U of M student; Minneapolis North basketball coach Larry McKenzie announces retirement; and more.
Plus: Son of Penumbra Theatre founder Lou Bellamy found dead in Hennepin County Jail; daughters of slain Minnesota writer want father’s name added to charges against Mexican drug lord; former Twins Kaat, Oliva, Ortiz inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame; and more.
Plus: Birk doubles down on abortion comments; First Avenue cancels Dave Chappelle show after social media backlash; former MPD officer Thomas Lane to be sentenced in federal court Thursday; and more.
Plus: Flanagan criticizes Birk for recent abortion comments; Ilhan Omar arrested outside U.S. Supreme Court; Buxton hits home run at MLB All-Star game; and more.
Plus: Walz won’t ask AG to appeal state court’s abortion ruling; Anoka County and Metro Transit continue fight over Northstar commuter rail line; “Spoonbridge and Cherry” co-creator Claes Oldenburg dies; and more.
Plus: dangerously high temperatures expected in Minnesota on Monday and Tuesday; Frey, Vetaw endorse retired judge Martha Holton Dimick for Hennepin County Attorney; Minnesota Aurora headed to USL W championship game; and more.