Plus: data show teen suicide was down in Minnesota amid pandemic; police officer credibility problems jeopardize legal cases; Twin Cities blues singer Big John Dickerson dies; and more.
Plus: Minnesota Historical Society to return 114 acres of land to the Lower Sioux Indian Community; 4,000 in-home day care spots lost last year; Spring Lake Park makes highway median loitering illegal; how changes in D.C. may affect Minnesota farmers; and more.
Plus: Rep. Angie Craig on the Equality Act; remembering the David Brom murders; rumors of potential Pitino departure from U; Target sales grew significantly amid pandemic; and more.
Plus: Stauber’s vote against pandemic relief bill gets a reaction; learning in nature; and more.
Plus: bill at Legislature would regulate smartphone app stores; people using credit card disputes to scam restaurants; the dwindling appeal of trapping; and more.
Plus: Best Buy cut thousands of jobs amid increased sales; comprehensive sex-ed bill introduced at Legislature; musician Peter Ostroushko dies; and more.
Plus: Scientists concerned about Upper Midwest topsoil quality; veterans testify at the State Capitol on legalizing marijuana; donation jumpstarts U of M antiracism center; Target HQ delays employee return; and more.
Plus: youth activists find purpose in Line 3 protest; Lindell responds to defamation lawsuit; Metro Mobility ends free rides for health care workers; and more.
Plus: the economics of restaurant-delivery apps; Timberwolves announce new head coach; U of M Rochester launches new hybrid learning degree program; Apostle Islands ice caves will not open this year.
Plus: flu practically non-existent in Minnesota this year; Caledonia school grapples with diversity; St. Olaf sees second departure of two employees of color at once; and more.
Plus: Minneapolis Park Board committee votes to take Hiawatha Golf Course down to 9 holes; Ramsey County’s use of hotels for shelter; Minnesota DVS adds Saturday hours to help with license renewals; and more.
Plus: Republicans see school openings as 2022 midterm topic; Moorhead may suffer blackouts due to storms in Texas; Wells Fargo to raze Lake and Nicollet branch; and more.
Plus: one in nine Minnesotans face food insecurity; creek reroute project near Vadnais Heights; why Halima Aden stopped modeling; and more.
Plus: how Save Our Stages came together; photos of empty Twin Cities music venues; new Hennepin County program aims to help youth on probation; and more.
Plus: Feds investigating a massive counterfeit N95 mask operation; Minnesota mom uses Instagram to dispute QAnon conspiracies; parkland versus parking in northeast Minneapolis; Moorhead to start collecting on unpaid utility bills; and more.
Plus: alleged Buffalo shooter’s troubled background; Diocese of Winona-Rochester reaches abuse settlement; Karl-Anthony Towns’ battle with COVID; and more.