Plus: child care providers eligible for state relief funds; Minnesota’s Indian boarding schools form part of federal investigation; wild rice harvest; and more.
Plus: Smith pushes green energy program in reconciliation bill; continuing problems with needle litter in south Minneapolis; 6 tribes sue to stop Wisconsin wolf hunt; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis’ public-safety amendment debate; the challenger in Minneapolis’ Ward 5 City Council race; Mankato-based fun.com renting hotel rooms in bid for workers; and more.
Plus: More details on investigation into Dunn County quadruple homicide; Hagedorn claims wife Carnahan was victim of “cancel culture”; early voting underway in Minneapolis; and more.
Plus: Supreme Court rules against changes to Minnesota pardon system; Chauvin pleads not guilty in civil rights case related to arrest of 14-year-old; Justice Department to consider racial discrimination policies when making grants to law enforcement agencies; and more.
Plus: Supreme Court will hear case on Minneapolis public safety ballot question; judge says he lacks power to compel governor to impose statewide school mask mandate; Minnesota launches vaccination records app; and more.
Plus: St. Paul firefighters want to embed social workers with first responders; 46,000 Minnesotans age 12-17 vaccinated in weeks before school start; St. Paul city attorney asks state to suspend Rep. John Thompson’s driving privileges; and more.
Plus: parent storms into Richfield elementary school, complains about masks; dozens arrested at Line 3 protest near Bagley; man who drove car into Uptown protest, killing one, found competent to stand trial; and more.
Plus: St. Paul schools affected by bus driver shortage; breweries collaborate on sexual consent awareness project; electical malfuncition leads to lockdown at Chanhassen High; and more.
Plus: Walz laments patchwork of school masking regulations; Ramsey County attorney will no longer prosecute felony cases stemming from stops for minor traffic violations; and more.
Plus: GOP donor Anton Lazzaro hit with federal lawsuit; judge blocks death penalty for killer of Dru Sjodin; the fight over Minnesota social studies standards; and more.
Plus: large study in Minnesota, other states affirms safety of COVID-19 vaccines; Andrew Luger likely candidate for Minnesota U.S. attorney job; cyber navigators work to keep county election systems safe from foreign hackers; and more.
Plus: Senate Republicans elect interim leader; Wisconsin’s Fort McCoy housing largest group of Afghan refugees; Michael Osterholm on the delta variant; and more.
Plus: Mike Freeman won’t seek re-election as Hennepin County Attorney; Minnesota National Guard unit involved in Afghanistan evacuation; northern Minnesota hospitals filling up amid COVID wave; and more.
Plus: GOP senator threatens health commissioner’s job over vaccine, mask mandates; opioid addiction in the East African community; Minnesota academic links big agriculture and increased threat of pandemics; and more.