Plus: Marshall man missing after going on solo camping trip; Blandin and Teamsters reach tentative agreement; channel between Minneapolis lakes to reopen soon; Minnesota’s teen trans youth advocate; and more.
Plus: A heartbreaking PiPress obituary; St. Paul mayor unveils budget proposal; people of Reddit help man find lost Honda; long behind the wheel wait times; Walz tries an “Iowa Twinkie;” and more.
Plus: Walz to meet with Ricky Cobb’s family; KMOJ “possible target for demolition” in Blue Line extension route; a cash infusion for downtown St. Paul’s Pedro Park?; how making a habit of returns hurt small businesses; and more.
Plus: Duluthians headed to primary polls; DFL Rep. Wolgamott cited for DWI in Kanabec County incident; underage drinking deterrence down; mom of Markee Jones asks for brother’s release; brawl at the Washington County Fair; and more.
Plus: Minnesota losing college students; Artcrank is over; Lime bikeshare expanding to St. Paul; Barbenheimer a boon to local theater; Blandin workers still striking; and more.
Plus: Central Minnesota significantly short on child care spots; crime up on Metro Transit but agency says it’s making progress; COVID cases up in the Twin Cities; and more.
Plus: Increase in Great Lakes drownings; first marijuana recreational dispensary; I-35 bridge collapse anniversary; Shakopee leaders scuttle affordable housing development; “Ghostbusters” actor Ernie Hudson spotted at Ingebretsen’s; and more.
Plus: Osterholm on long COVID; serving up Minnesota sushi; Minnesota representation at first Asian New York Fashion Week; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O’Hara talks Third Precinct; MDE to get inspector general; Golden Valley’s open pit; downburst winds caused Hudson damage; and more.
Plus: Derek Chauvin will ask U.S. Supreme Court to review conviction; tennis ball-sized hail lands in lake; a mysterious fountain in Cloquet; Washington County ranch to become park land; and more.
Plus: All-terrain track chairs coming to more Minnesota state parks; search for Navaeh Kingbird continues; on the origins of the Aquatennial; Otsego townhomes destroyed in fire; and more.
Plus: All of state “abnormally dry”; the resurrection of 12 Rods; Coming soon: license plate tab renewal at select grocery stores; Former Viking Jim Marshall named semifinalist for Pro Football Hall of Fame; and more.
Plus: Man sentenced in killing of 9-year-old Trinity Ottoson-Smith. why the northern lights forecasts are not super reliable; more heat may be on the way; Lowry Hill Bridge by the numbers; and more.
Plus: Minnesotans in the 2023 NHL draft; more hot weather on tap; State Sen. Carla Nelson expected to make full recovery from open heart surgery; Duluth’s Apostle Supper Club has shuttered; and more.
Plus: Less severe storm summer; renowned dermatologist dies; fights breaking out in Brooklyn Park parks; Wedge LIVE! Cat Tour; and more.
During our summer fundraiser, we’re reflecting on what’s special about Minnesota: access to news.
Plus: Fire at Spice Lake affecting BWCA contained; severe storms could come Saturday; St. Paul School District’s budget over $1 billion; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Central senior prank; what to expect in air quality (it’s going to get better); the story of the kidnapped Hamm’s heir; Juneteenth events; local Jeopardy contestant; and more.
Plus: Calculate what happens to your taxes under tax law signed into law; MPCA says Twin Cities have a trash problem; fishing wolves; and more.
Plus: Cat goes on a ride to Amazon facility; pictures of Bobby Zimmerman growing up in the Northland; Cottage Grove Culver’s owner sued; vigil marks three years since George Floyd’s murder; and more.