Plus: DFL moves ahead; Shakopee prison cuts back on strip searches; north Minneapolis’ Aldi closing; Edina schools copyright logo may be moving to resolution; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Police report 700 car thefts and 33 carjackings in January; potential passenger rail between Duluth and Twin Cities looking for legislative boost; Department of Corrections orders Ramsey County jail to reduce capacity; and more.
Plus: Rod Carew advocates for Pete Rose; Rep. Ilhan Omar signs on to resolution recognizing Israel; Best Buy to reduce its store count; and more.
Plus: Beyhive abuzz over tour dates including Minneapolis stop; why there’s no direct route between Ely and Grand Marais; MyPillow Guy makes return to late-night; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis starts towing cars violating winter parking rules; state lawmakers consider further regulating forever chemicals; effort to replace Minnesota’s flag are under way; and more.
Plus: Amazon to shut down Shakopee sort center; Minneapolis’ new health commissioner; Court of Appeals upholds ‘clean cars’ plan; Republican state senator calls Minnesota abortion act ‘abhorrent’ on Fox News; and more.
Plus: St. Paul to consider boost for homebuying program; national parks on Lake Superior shoreline to go carbon-free; Ellison goes after pool building company; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis City Council votes to demolish Roof Depot building; man convicted of murder in killing of Deshaun Hill; Legislature passes bill that bans discrimination based on hair texture and style; and more.
Plus: Class action lawsuit against state Department of Human Services; Justus Ramsey house to be disassembled and stored; ‘Name a Snowplow’ open for voting; rideshare apps under scrutiny; and more.
Plus: U of M’s role in future Fairview-Sanford merger still unclear; prospective home buyers overly optimistic about prices; Faribault Mill expands; teacher shortage being felt across Minnesota; and more.
Plus: Bill to extend mineworker unemployment heads to governor’s desk; search warrant alleges org that serves Minnesotans with disabilities cheated state insurance program; Fanni’s Mini Market owner dies; South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s office says her cell phone was hacked; and more.
Plus: Anti-abortion demonstrators mark 50 years since Roe v. Wade; tax experts say refunds will be smaller this year; wild turkey terrorizes Coon Rapids woman; six vehicles fall through Lake Pepin; and more.
Plus: Minnesota House further protects abortion rights; COVID-19 trends in Minnesota flat; HCMC seeing increase in slip and fall injuries; and more.
Plus: House committee bans conversion therapy; Minnesota’s trucker of the year has logged more than 4 million miles; controversy over a new trend in cosmetic surgery; and more.
Plus: New research shows PFAS contamination widespread in freshwater fish; St. Paul working to fix defective LED street light bulbs; Duluth Mayor Emily Larson insists she lives in Duluth full time; and more.
Plus: Former Lynx star Maya Moore announces retirement; winter storm is tracking to hit southern Minnesota this week; Minnesota Twins’ Winter Caravan would skip rural Minnesota this year; and more.
Plus: Another storm could affect Minnesota by Thursday; Ottertail teen sets goal of catching every Minnesota fish species; Duluth artist honored in competition that sends art into space; and more.
Plus: Hit-and-run crash near Lake Nokomis; CROWN Act returns to Legislature; officials break ground on new affordable housing in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Arden Hills mayor stripped of powers in move by ‘Advance Arden Hills’ council members; mortgage rates rise, cool home sales; Minneapolis Animal Care & Control look for adoption help; and more.
Plus: More free COVID tests available before Minnesota health officials phase out the program; CEOs at Minnesota-based companies make hundreds of times more than employees; Twins acquire right-hander A.J. Alexy from the Nationals; and more.