Plus: Home sales strong; Texas company seeks to relieve overcrowded Minnesota hospitals; a weather update; state officials and judges recommended for raises; and more.
Plus: Post-storm power outages update; Eaglecam nests falls out of tree; storm snarls Spring Break air travel; another possible storm this week; Strib pizza rankings; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis City Council preparing to vote on settlement over policing practices; Wright is Minnesota’s fastest growing county; Netflix’s “Love is Blind” is casting in the Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: UnitedHealth says it’s dialing back some requirements for “prior authorizations”; new evidence presented in Tony Lazzaro’s trial; sites being considered for the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct; and more.
Plus: City of Falcon Heights considering policing options; rain/snow mix expected late this week in southern half of the state; former Viking Eric Kendricks says goodbye to Minnesota; and more.
Plus: MSP-to-Tokyo direct flights resume; possible snow coming this week; YETI stores coming to the Galleria; and more.
Plus: Interest high in Minneapolis police oversight commission; MSP reports just a trace of snow cover; Project Prom giving away dresses; and more.
Plus: Beware of jury scams; Minneapolitan interviewed on Morning Edition show about Iraq invasion 20 years ago; DNR offering free state park days; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz on the national stage; Moorhead and Fargo end curbside glass recycling; Stillwater at risk of major flood; testimony in Anton Lazzaro sex trafficking trial; and more.
Plus: A budget deal among DFLers at the State Capitol; Macalester-Groveland neighborhood in St. Paul gets rave reviews; Stillwater letter jacket found in Paris thrift shop; and more.
Plus: House moves to bolster Minnesota’s abortion refuge status; demand for food shelves high; snow totals hit double digits for fifth consecutive month; and more.
Plus: Former Republican donor Tony Lazzaro goes on trial Tuesday; DFLer Leigh Finke named USA Today honoree for Women of the Year for Minnesota; Dawn Plitzuweit becomes Gopher women’s basketball coach; and more.
Plus: KARE 11 rates the worst potholes; Walz shares additional budget proposals; bill providing universal school lunch set to become law; and more.
Plus: ‘Interesting forecast model trends’ for Thursday weather; Duluth mall still closed after roof cave-in; the most catalytic converter theft-prone cars; Uptown transit station closed following security issues; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey compares pothole repairs to bagels and cream cheese; Feds no longer pursuing death penalty for Alfonso Rodriguez Jr.; Target discontinues Archer Farms; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz’s tax rebate proposal; Minnesotans’ Silicon Valley Bank tribulations; Josie Johnson receives highest U of M honor; Edina allows “No Mow May”; record northern pike caught on Mille Lacs; and more.
Plus: Slate profiles staffer for Rep. Ilhan Omar; Legislature looks to improve hospital staffing; MnDOT works with rural transportation providers to serve transit riders in Greater Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Questions raised over Minneapolis Black expo; Stillwater prison worker assaulted by inmate; $256 million solar energy project approved in Dodge County; and more.
Plus: Documents show former Hennepin Sheriff Dave Hutchinson’s command staff feared for safety; governor signs executive order on gender-affirming care; Minneapolis City Council may ask legislators to take action after disruptions, threats; and more.
Plus: Gov. Tim Walz signs driver’s license bill; Fairview’s chief executive endorses U proposal to takeover campus hospitals; St. Louis County judge dies while on vacation in Florida; and more.