Plus: tribal groups slam U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber for trying to derail nomination of Biden’s Interior Secretary pick; Dominion Voting Systems threaten MyPillow’s Lindell with lawsuit; South Dakota legal marijuana industry off to a slow start; and more.
Plus: re-opened elementary schools in Minnesota to use first-of-its-kind testing program; home-care worker union members to vote on a tentative contract agreement; Minneapolis venture-capital firm to focus on Black, Latino and Native entrepreneurs; and more.
Plus: storm to bring whiteouts and hazardous travel to much of southern Minnesota Friday; state not on track to meet goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions; several Minneapolis Council members push for rent control; and more.
Plus: Minnesota’s U.S. House delegation splits along party lines in vote to impeach Trump second time; several inches of snow likely Thursday; Champlin Police ask residents to stop having sex in busy parking lots; and more.
Plus: U.S. House calls on Pence to invoke 25th Amendment, moves toward second Trump impeachment; More than 100 city employees in Minneapolis expected to leave by end of month; Lake Street Kmart’s ‘K’ sign on the move again; and more.
Plus: two Minneapolis city employees under investigation following violence at the U.S. Capitol; Wisconsin GOP group refuses to take down website message telling people to ‘prepare for war’; DNR’s Eaglecam back online; and more.
Plus: Pelosi says House will proceed with impeachment legislation; Walz orders flags flown at half-staff to honor Capitol Police officers; Jessie Diggins becomes first American to win the Tour de Ski; and more.
Plus: Republican members of Minnesota’s congressional delegation silent on Trump’s role in inciting Capitol mob; MPD releases personnel files of officers who shot Dolal Idd; judge fines Lakeville bar owners $3,000 per day for defying shutdown order; and more.
Plus: pro-Trump rally at Minnesota State Capitol includes calls for armed revolt; frustration mounts over pace of vaccinations at Minnesota nursing homes; St. Louis County Commissioner calls Duluth a ‘cesspool’; and more.
Plus: raid on the family home of Dolal Idd continues to raise questions; Minneapolis officials face renewed pressure to reopen intersection where George Floyd was killed; no criminal charges against police officer who shot Jacob Blake in Kenosha; and more.
Plus: warrant says police were trying to catch Dolal Idd in illegal gun sale; state expects to have enough vaccine to inoculate health-care workers, nursing home residents by end of January; Wisconsin pharmacist believed coronavirus vaccine would mutate people’s DNA; and more.
Plus: hundreds protest killing of Dolal Idd in Minneapolis; Trump asks Georgia secretary of state to ‘find’ enough votes to overturn state’s election results; COVID relief package offers bump in benefits to Minnesotans on food stamps; and more.
Plus: St. Paul police investigating shooting death of 2-year-old boy; first responders in Minneapolis won’t be required to take vaccine; state suspends liquor licenses of four more bars; and more.
Plus: winter storm expected to dump snow on much of Minnesota; cell tower agreement could provide mobile phone service to Gunflint Trail, parts of BWCA; South Dakota governor invites Minnesota bar owners to relocate there; and more.
Plus: Congress passes $900 billion pandemic relief package; Minnesota high school students celebrate eligibility for unemployment assistance; snow possible Tuesday; and more.
Plus: congressional leaders reach deal on $900 billion relief package; Woodbury doctor combats COVID misinformation within Hmong community; Gophers decide against accepting bowl invite; and more.
Plus: Gazelka threatens Ellison’s budget over bar crackdown; Emmer refuses to call Joe Biden the president-elect; Minnesota’s largest school districts plan on in-person instruction for elementary students next month; and more.
Plus: Duluth police officer ‘off duty indefinitely’ after department review; streaking meteor captured on sheriff deputy’s dashcam in Pine County; online road knowledge tests are back; and more.
Plus: Walz to extend restrictions on in-person dining; sting operation leads to 41 carjacking arrests in Minneapolis; fence around Minnesota Capitol to stay in place indefinitely; and more.
Plus: Duluth officials criticize Stauber for supporting effort to overturn presidential election; no charges against a pawn shop owner for fatal shooting during Floyd unrest; St. Paul sees 31st homicide of 2020; and more.