Plus: Piece of Minneapolis history soon for sale; construction starting on I-35 in Bloomington; how legal marijuana could affect people with marijuana records; new TC Summer Fest at Target Field; and more.
Plus: Twin Cities home prices remain flat; Rolling Stone picks up on Minnesota’s marijuana legalization news and as advice for one lawmaker; calls for gender equity in American Birkebeiner; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Senate to vote on recreational marijuana legalization; Minneapolis City Council approves police oversight group members; high mortgage rates mean more new homes available for sale; and more.
Plus: After Nuggets loss, Minnesota Timberwolves’ Anthony Edwards cited for assault; SCOTUSblog analysis on Minnesota asset forfeiture case; Ruttger’s Birchmont Lodge fined by MPCA; and more.
Plus: House passes recreational marijuana bill; judge puts hold on decision over permit to carry age; farmers markets to open; Sean Sherman and Mecca Bos look to dismantle white supremacy through BIPOC Foodways Alliance; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz may move to Eastcliff, home of U of M presidents, during gov’s mansion renovations; rapper charged with indecent exposure for alleged behavior on flight to Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: U.S. Customs and Border Patrol reporter 41% rise in northern border crossings; experts warn tick season has begun; trans people find home and care in Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Mike Lindell told to pay up in ‘Prove Mike Wrong’ contest; Facebook users can submit settlement claims; GeekCraft Expo returns to Minneapolis this weekend; and more.
Plus: SCOTUS sides with Mall of America owners; Minnesota House votes to ban recreational wolf hunting/trapping; Minnesota’s 16th storm in 19 weeks; and more.
Plus: Local businesses say Minneapolis ‘Black expo’ hurt them; a new area code for southern Minnesota; Hennepin County attorney hands case to Ramsey County because of conflict of interest; and more.
Plus: Wells Fargo consolidating Twin Cities offices; Wolves are back in the playoffs; David’s Bridal may close five Minnesota locations; U of M Regent Ken Powell stepping down as board’s chair; IVF increase in Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Stillwater reaches flood stage; Minnesota Department of Education looks to bolster regulations for school meal contractors; fast food funny man puts on a show at Mendota Heights McDonald’s; and more.
Plus: Ice out dates for many lakes are later than average; allergy levels high in much of Minnesota; Lizzo fans defend her on social media after body shaming; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz’s public safety budget; Minneapolis Public Schools close April 21 in observance of Eid al-Fitr; father of missing Winona woman’s children speaks; Cub Foods workers approve new contract; and more.
Plus: Senate Majority Leader Kari Dziedzic not ready to return to the Capitol after cancer surgery; pork processing plant in Windom could lay off 1,000; Minnesotans get ready for weather whiplash as cold returns this weekend; and more.
Plus: Stillwater could see serious flooding by Monday; Minnesota woman to go on 50 dates in 50 states; some I-394 ramps closed until late June; search for missing Winona woman paused; and more.
Plus: More Russian asylum seekers landing in Minnesota, U.S.; Wisconsin investigating traffic stop in which two police officers were killed; Glen Taylor lands on Forbes billionaires ranking; and more.
Plus: Lizzo makes Star Wars cameo; older Honda CR-Vs recalled; warm weather on the way; giant waves on the unsalted sea; Twins announcer Dick Bremer to miss home opener due to COVID-19; spring flower events coming up; and more.
Plus: Honor the Earth founder Winona LaDuke steps down; AG Keith Ellison publicly disagrees with Hennepin County attorney Mary Moriarty’s juvenile plea deal decision; storm brings dust from out west; and more.
Plus: Former Minneapolis police union president Bob Kroll banned from working as officer in some Minnesota counties; Janet Protasiewicz wins Wisconsin Supreme Court race; Minneapolis church becomes Airbnb; all clear after hazmat incident at University of Minnesota; and more.