Plus: Snow on the Gunflint; Hurricane Ian may cause Minnesota stadium to host Kansas City and Tampa; and more.
The DFL has been losing support in northern Minnesota, and court-determined redistricting has changed the political map. A MinnPost analysis shows these five Senate races and 15 House races are the ones to watch in 2022.
Plus: Richfield secondary schools closed after threat; Stillwater skateboarder featured in documentary; and more.
Plus: Interrogating the stereotypical TV Minnesotan; ancient canoe recovered from Lake Mendota; Har Mar Mall sold for $50 million; and more.
Plus: MyPillow Guy sues the feds over phone seizure; Leech Lake wild rice harvest faces threats; and more.
Plus: New Bloomington ordinance aims to curb catalytic converter thefts; phone robbery ring; crisp weather coming.
Plus: New Black-owned businesses along the Green Line; U of M requests city money for lighting.
Plus: Hennepin County attorney debate; COVID levels up; rising taxes on the Northside; the plight of the prairie chicken.
Plus: How many Minnesotans stay close to home; Star Tribune publisher to retire; some light panic at Panic! at the Disco as fire breaks out; and more.
Plus: Yes, Hardee’s still exists; a committee on maternal mortality; a raccoon is walked into a bar; and more.
Plus: Renaming a lake; Owamni written up in the New Yorker; Lindsay Whalen’s Basketball Hall of Fame speech; and more.
Plus: Man sentenced to life in murder of Jeanie Childs; the U’s funding request; a new hockumentary.
Plus: What you need to know about COVID-19 boosters this time around; fall colors; the juiciest Lucy; and more.
Plus: Target CEO to stay on; drought-stricken states want to tap the Mississippi (again); and more.
Plus: Very dangerous driving; license plate readers to hit St. Croix River hamlet; and more.
Plus: Auditor report finds cost increases, funding issues for Southwest light-rail; booster vaccine advice and spiders at Augsburg.
Plus: Remains of Indigenous people and sacred objects found at UND; 3M to eliminate jobs; and more.
Black Minnesotans are subjects in the vast majority of the raids, at a level that is far disproportionate compared to state demographics.